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lil_abi
« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2007 11:54:28 AM »

Wow,  these are all great ideas!  It's great if your pooch just likes ice cubes, but Finley never sticks with them for very long, and then they just become a melty puddle to slip on.  Yogurt-tuna pupsicles don't last long enough to melt.  I, too, read about the broth thing, but it's not something we keep at home, and I am, as usual, concerned about the sodium.  Esp. since this is supposed to be a cooling down post power-walk snack. 

Great ideas, though.  Does anyone have any good bad experience with dogs and dairy yogurt?  I thought that milk was bad for their tummies?
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« Reply #11 on: June 05, 2007 12:55:33 PM »

Seamus cannot tolerate dairy but yogurt does not bother him. 
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« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2007 05:53:20 PM »

I'd love to try some of these ideas for my dog, Sirius, but he's a picky eater. XD And if he doesn't want to eat something, he tosses it around and rolls on it like it's a toy.

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« Reply #13 on: June 05, 2007 06:35:45 PM »

My dog has no problems with the yogurt.  Peanut butter made him gassy, so did grapes.  Just wanted to add that the frozen yogurt cup is not messy at all. 
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« Reply #14 on: June 05, 2007 06:40:29 PM »

My dog has no problems with the yogurt.  Peanut butter made him gassy, so did grapes.  Just wanted to add that the frozen yogurt cup is not messy at all. 

grapes and raisins have been found fatal to doggies! please dont feed your dog anymore  Cry dont feel bad though, i didnt know either and used to give them to my dog all the time... it just gave him bad diarrhea tho.

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« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2007 06:49:59 PM »

My dog has no problems with the yogurt.  Peanut butter made him gassy, so did grapes.  Just wanted to add that the frozen yogurt cup is not messy at all. 

Ew, doggy gas. Silent and deadly. Cheesy

My dog has no problems with the yogurt.  Peanut butter made him gassy, so did grapes.  Just wanted to add that the frozen yogurt cup is not messy at all. 

grapes and raisins have been found fatal to doggies! please dont feed your dog anymore  Cry dont feel bad though, i didnt know either and used to give them to my dog all the time... it just gave him bad diarrhea tho.

ok i think ill stop now.

Yes, please don't! No harming doggies please! Sad
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« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2007 07:10:07 PM »

Ok this might be a bit gross but we used to make pops for the animals at the zoo I worked at. We made them the appropiate size for the animal (5 gallon bucket = tiger) but we made them with blood (they ate raw meat), meat, fish, turkey,worms, fruit, and vegetables.  differet animals got different viraties.  We stayed away from the dairy due to upset tummies.  by the way Elephants love Kool-aid.
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« Reply #17 on: June 06, 2007 07:54:34 AM »

My Dogs LOVE this!  I have to use a really big mold because I run a doggie daycare for little dogs.  I usually use vanilla yogurt mixed with water and then drop in whatever treats I have on hand.  In this pic I used chopped up natural balance and chicken strips.  Yogurt is actually really good for dogs - it helps with digestion and eliminates gas (which is a huge plus!  Cheesy)!

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« Reply #18 on: June 06, 2007 07:59:01 AM »

I usually give my pup frozen broth with a jerky treat in the middle to encourage her to finish the ice cube. But mostly I want to say DogGrrl that pic it too cute!  Grin
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« Reply #19 on: June 06, 2007 08:04:11 AM »

AWWWWWWWWWWWW TOO ADORABLE!
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