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    Puggerup, my treats are packed away in the kitchen pantry, awaiting a new addition to try them out. *huffs off in jealousy* LOL.

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    I have never tended to "treat" my dogs. The exception was pigs ears when Pretty was a chewer. Mine tend to get the odd "bits" of things..eg parson's nose on a chook, bit of this or that if it is suitable for them that I am cooking with. All dogs have always had their outside stashes of buried bones when ever they want them.
    I have never used treats for training, maybe my dogs have been amiable enough that they loved just the praise.

    Shadow used to love dragging home road kill. Hubby once brought him home a half decomposed calfs head. (Don't ask me why or how, I did not want to know)
    Poor dog just sat by it and howled, so I demanded he take it away again, lol.
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    OOOOO, GSD, roadkill flavour with the smell to match!!!!!!!

    Wotcha recon, a winner ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    OOOOO, GSD, roadkill flavour with the smell to match!!!!!!!

    Wotcha recon, a winner ?
    And if that don't work, chuck the road kill in a barrel for a few months with some water, then chuck it on your gardens, fruit trees etc...bloody marvellous stuff, believe me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    My fussy eater who was playing funny buggers for weeks not wanting to eat dry food, now (thanks to the powder stuff that I have been sprinkling on her food).. is eating kibble

    They also love the roast chicken treats.

    What's your dogs favourite?
    I'm so chuffed that you're happy with the treats Pugs. You know I make them all with love don't you?? ... and that's the main ingredient.

    DA ... your new pup will be "spoilt for choice" in the treat department when they arrive.

    Not sure what to say about the whole "road kill" conversation ... so perhaps it's best that I don't comment.

    Thanks so much "Pugs" for starting this thread about my treats ...

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    If Pretty goes back to being ultra fussy after the wubbles, I will be trying the powder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    If Pretty goes back to being ultra fussy after the wubbles, I will be trying the powder.
    You get a free sample of "Apperteaser" powder with every order, so you can't go wrong really .... can you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post

    What's your dogs favourite?
    Definitely the cheese treats..... I swear she has supersonic hearing whenever we open the treat jar and will materialise out of nowhere when we do lol

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    Roles and Lades love both.
    It was so funny, I pulled out more than I needed so I just fed about 7 to Roly, one after the other. After all of them, he literally had drool hanging from his mouth
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