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07-08-2014 01:42 PM
Valerae I work in a cheese shop so you can be sure there is always cheese in my house to be shared. Sometimes they'll get the stinky, rotty end of a cheese that has met its maker and is no longer fit to be sold. Other times they dine on small bits of some of the world's fanciest cheeses like Montgomery's Cheddar, Stichelton blue or Tome d'Aquitaine. However, that's only because they give me THAT LOOK when I'm eating and I'm totally a sucker.
07-05-2014 10:40 PM
mydogs I sometimes use shredded cheese as a topper


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07-05-2014 07:09 PM
SuperG
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Just wanted to add that I've fed small cheese cubes to my pups during training sessions and they didn't have any problems. I just prefer to feed grain-free jerky and raw meat treats over dairy, especially after reading that there *could* be problems digesting milk products. They have zero problems digesting meat! Ha. And they like meat just as much as they liked cheese, if not more.
Have you ever tried dehydrating fish,fowl,beef or pork for treats?

SuperG
07-05-2014 05:23 PM
counter Just wanted to add that I've fed small cheese cubes to my pups during training sessions and they didn't have any problems. I just prefer to feed grain-free jerky and raw meat treats over dairy, especially after reading that there *could* be problems digesting milk products. They have zero problems digesting meat! Ha. And they like meat just as much as they liked cheese, if not more.
07-05-2014 04:28 PM
Maxil Thank you all for your answers
07-05-2014 12:55 PM
misslesleedavis1 Lol superG, she will look stunning diamonds

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07-05-2014 12:12 PM
llombardo I'll have to try cheddar cheese. Mine love American and string cheese .
07-05-2014 11:59 AM
Susan_GSD_mom
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The kind made from milk. Mine love parmesan rinds. The stinkier the better.

David Winners
Heh--being of Italian heritage, I like parmesan, and even better, pecorino romano, bitier and stinkier. The dogs love it, too. I have to fight them away when I grate it for anything! I do always end up giving them each a couple small pieces--SMALL pieces--the good imported stuff is $10-12 lb, for goodness sake!

Susan
07-05-2014 11:12 AM
shepherdmom
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Mine certainly enjoys her cheese as well....her particular favorite is a well aged chèvre such as Crottin de Chavignol or a Bleu du Bocage with a glass of Picpoul de Pinet or perhaps a sassy younger vintage Sauterne to wash it down. I had no idea GSDs had such a discerning palate and would have me spending a small fortune on their ridiculous indulgences. I sure hope she doesn't decide she likes jewelry.

SuperG
07-05-2014 10:48 AM
SuperG Mine certainly enjoys her cheese as well....her particular favorite is a well aged chèvre such as Crottin de Chavignol or a Bleu du Bocage with a glass of Picpoul de Pinet or perhaps a sassy younger vintage Sauterne to wash it down. I had no idea GSDs had such a discerning palate and would have me spending a small fortune on their ridiculous indulgences. I sure hope she doesn't decide she likes jewelry.

SuperG
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