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    Default Dog treats... yummm!

    Since we have a thread on dog food, wht kind of treats do you give your dog?

    Mine love Liv-a-Snaps, Milk Bone and Hill's Science Diet dog biscuits.

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    Milk bones and those beggin strips,and table scraps
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    Cheese mostly. McDuff and Shannon are like crackheads for the stuff.


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    i feed mine whackers for lunch and band aiders for diner !!


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    The mistake I made is I fed her Jello shots and she followed me home......

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    Milkbone or Ol' Roy for my WIFE'S collie. (I shall take no responsibility for ownership of the beast)


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    Red face When I was young...

    Medium sized multi-colored milk bones, my dog liked 'em too. Seriously, when I was around 4-5 years old I would sneak a handful onto the porch for my dog and I to share.
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    Ice cubes directly out of the front of the refridgerator door

    (90 # chocolate lab, I sincerly hopes he never learns to hit the button himself)

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    Carrots, nothing but carrots.

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    Rilee is our Golden Retriever, nicest dog you'll ever meet. He's part goat because that boy will eat anything. Haven't found anything yet that he won't eat (napkins, kleenex, business cards, he now leaves socks alone)! Favorite treat of choice...carrots!

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    Murphy & Sam will eat ANYTHING. It does'nt matter to them if its animal,vegetable, or mineral.
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    scooby snacks

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    Ol' Roy cookies, Pigs ears, Shank bones from the local grocery store, and my wife likes giving her table scraps, I on the other hand dont like it or the results. Peeeeewwwwwwwwwwwww!
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    Milk bones and carrots. Although I do my best to stop it my lab loves to snack out of the cat litter box The only good thing about it is I don't have to clean it as often..... but she's not allowed to kiss anyone
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    Where did you get that toy? My dog would love it.

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    Originally posted by firemanpat29
    scooby snacks
    Had a friend in H.S., back in Chicago, whose black lab ate what they called "Scooby Snacks". Only these came from the litter box. That same dog ate a case of dried pasta one day when down in the basement. I've never seen a dog swell up like that. Damn near killed her.
    At the same time my dog had a field day with the 17 year cicada. A real site if you've never seen such an event. Yards were covered with these things coming out of the ground. As they started to dry they couldn't quite fly right, just a couple feet off the ground and for a short distance. My dog would go ape sh*t eating as many as he could, until he threw up, only to start all over again. Good thing the event only lasted about a week. Same dog also ate a carton of cigarettes (thanks to my older sister). Packages, filters, plastic, everything.
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    we dont give our poochie dog treats ..........
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    My beagle will eat anything and consider it a treat. Mostly carrots and the odd dog biscuit or beggin strip. He's just as happy with one of his kibble. That's the joy of having a hound; they're easy to please when it comes to food.
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    Most are to salty to be any good now ... OH you ment for the dogs.

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    Murphy my Lab is the same way. She could be a mile away, but if you open a slice of cheese look out. She also like the apple flavored horse treats, of course so do I.

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