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|06-02-2014 04:30 PM|
|canyadoit||Also when I trim the horses hoves They love these|
|06-02-2014 01:48 PM|
Bananas!! Titan will sit at my feet and stare with those big brown eyes until I give him some of my banana. LOL he cracks me up. I have never had a dog that like fresh foods like that.
I also do frozen rib bones.. pickt he animal, ours are usually lamb, beef, or pork depending on what's on sale. I freeze them and when I want him to have a treat he gets one on a towel to devour.
Now this one is a dog food, BUT we use it as treats.. Natural Balance Food rolls in any of the flavors. It is Titan's crack for training. I cut it up into small training treats bag them and freeze them. I take out bags as I need them.
Animal crackers don't sound any worse than the other dog biscuits that have fillers, so I would say limit those like you would dog biscuits anyways.
Oh and cheese.. one of Titan's faves.. string cheese, cheddar cheese, mozarella cheese, you name it.. it's a show stopper
|06-02-2014 01:24 PM|
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|06-02-2014 10:37 AM|
|ApselBear||Dog crack... I mean cheese whiz(bacon flavor). Not the healthiest, but it gets his attention.|
|06-02-2014 10:31 AM|
Homemade dried liver treats. Cheap, cheap, cheap.
Boil until no longer bloody. Dry off and cut into little chunks. Bake in slow oven (275-300 F.degree) in a single layer on a foil or parchment lined baking sheet until nice and dry. Store in freezer or refrigerator.
The broth from boiling makes for a nice topper for kibble or freeze in ice cube trays for snacks.
I've heard cautions about too much liver but the pieces are really small and we only use for training.
Lynn & Traveler
|06-02-2014 08:19 AM|
|06-02-2014 08:09 AM|
Carrots would be top of the list. But peanut butter, hotdogs, and cheese are very high as well
All treats are given in moderation
|06-02-2014 08:03 AM|
|LaRen616||Carrots and apples, sometimes with peanut butter.|
|06-02-2014 01:41 AM|
Mine loves frozen carrots, apples, berries of all kinds, sugar snap peas, peanut butter, frozen apple sauce, cheese bits....I really just ended up buying random things at various points and tested each one out to see if he liked them. Cheerios are another one he loves. Super low calorie training treats, quick to eat, and he doesn't fill up on them.
Some things, like the cheerios or apple sauce may not be the healthiest for him due to grains/sugar etc, but I figure I don't eat perfect 100% of the time either. If I can stuff my face with some Oreos every now and then, I can begrudge my pup some Cheerios.
|06-01-2014 11:22 PM|
I would avoid the animal crackers. Grains are just not natural for any dog to eat any very processed with fillers. I'm actually about to frustrate some liver. My dogs in the past have loved that.
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