One may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but there are some dogs you probably shouldnâ€™t try to teach any tricks. Aside from knife throwing and that knife between the fingers tabletop thing, there just arenâ€™t that many good things to do with a kitchen knife aside from the preparation of food. Especially when it comes to kidsâ€™ knives.
More bark than bite, the Kuhn Rikon kinderkitchen Kids’ Dog Knives are specially designed with kids in mind and feature blades that are just sharp enough to cut through soft foods. Available in either a serrated version or not, the bright designs are intended to attract kids into the kitchenâ€”which actually might be the best trick of all.