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02-01-2014 03:42 PM
Redberry Sorry here's the link http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-fo...d-rolls-moist/


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02-01-2014 02:16 PM
Redberry I use freshpet vital rolls instead of natural balance ones.. Same form and she loves it as much but healthier (she's on a grain free diet)

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-fo...ital-dog-food/

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01-29-2014 01:00 AM
havery
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If your budget allows, get a dehydrator. You can then make your own treats out of fruits, veggies, chicken and beef. I haven't done the math but suspect that the savings in treat $$ will soon make up the cost of the dehydrator and of course, you know that the treats are of good quality.
I got a really nice dehydrator for $60, it's more than paid for itself by now. The chef I work for hand cuts petit filets, duck breast, rack of lamb, etc and I get the fat and extra trimmings. We also keep a doggie bowl in the kitchen, meats scraps from uneaten food and uncooked bones go into it and I split it with a friend of the chef and we take it home to the pups every night. What doesn't get used in a couple days as fresh treats gets dehydrated. They LOVE that stuff.

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01-28-2014 10:59 AM
SpookyShepherd Mine will do back flips for beef hearts... but I hate cooking those up. Learned that trick off a couple borrowed pieces from confo-folks. My girl will use a jute tug reward at PSA training, but at our AKC club she won't touch jute. So we definitely take advantage of her extreme food drive. The boy is all about being loved on. So he gets lots of parties when he does good stuff.
01-27-2014 08:39 PM
mspiker03
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Paisley gave it two paws up!
Leyna did too!!



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01-27-2014 06:10 PM
Cassidy's Mom
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+1 on Cassidy's Moms suggestion - she recommended it to me! I buy the 10lb bag! I also use cut up cooked meat for tracking and nosework training.
Paisley gave it two paws up!
01-27-2014 01:24 PM
mspiker03
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As far as commercial treats go, I've been using mostly Real Meat dog food: Real Meat Pet Food

The 90% Meat Air Dried Foods come in perfect bite sized pieces, but can be broken up into smaller pieces with your fingers if you like. It doesn't need refrigeration, which makes it very convenient. It's not cheap, but a 2 pound bag lasts a long time. I also use string cheese.
+1 on Cassidy's Moms suggestion - she recommended it to me! I buy the 10lb bag! I also use cut up cooked meat for tracking and nosework training.


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01-27-2014 01:16 PM
PINESTATE If your budget allows, get a dehydrator. You can then make your own treats out of fruits, veggies, chicken and beef. I haven't done the math but suspect that the savings in treat $$ will soon make up the cost of the dehydrator and of course, you know that the treats are of good quality.
01-27-2014 12:32 PM
natalie559 If food- food rolls!! Red Barn or Pet Botanics. If toy- ball on string.
01-27-2014 12:04 PM
arby665 Dog crack.

Amazon.com: Louisiana Alligator Jerky for Dogs - 42oz Bag: Pet Supplies Amazon.com: Louisiana Alligator Jerky for Dogs - 42oz Bag: Pet Supplies

This is the best thing I have found so far. It is available at Sam's for much cheaper. We use the jerky and get about 5 pieces out of each treat. It is the only thing besides bacon I've tried that my dogs will do anything for.
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