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    geez, who thinks of this stuff!!? Did i just see a dog eat Burger Rings and a pie with tomato sauce? I hate to think about how all that junk will look coming out the other end.

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    Ha ha, crazy ay !
    Dont worry, he dosnt feed this stuff to his dogs usually, only for this video. He has 2 GSD's he loves to bits and treats them really well.
    I couldnt believe it when i saw it either, i mean tomato sauce ??? yuck...BBQ sauce only for me.


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    It smells so bloody yummy too, unlike other dry food i've used ,so much so i dared my young fella to eat it which he did and he reckons it's heaps better than the cheap stuff.
    Ha Ha Sean, my kids used to eat Cat and Dog bikkies sometimes when they were little. Apparently, they enjoyed seeing me freak out over it.
    In their 20's now, but they mentioned at Christmas Lunch on front of inlaws that cat biscuits in particular are "really nice".

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    Thanks for this post, it is just what I need. I am very worried and confused about my dogs diet at the moment. He is a big golden retriever. He as 2 feeds a day. 1 200g chicken breast (200 Cal) and 1/2 Optimum dry dog food (200 Cal) each feed and two medium pedigree dentastix (140 Cal) per day. Total 940 Calaries. He is 4yo, very placid and will sleep all day unless I walk him. I walk him 40min or more every day. He is very overweight. Should be 35kg but is about 42kg.

    Suggestion please. He can not eat liver treat, those dried kangaroo treats, raw chicken drumsticks or a lot of red meat - makes him very sick.

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    Thank you for everyone's feedback so far, it's good to see different peoples outlook as it helps me with my research.

    sue_says_hi, happy to offer you some advice to help your dog lose weight fast and healthily but you will need to prepare your dogs food at least fortnightly and this will require time. It is not so much about the fat content, but rather the type of fat your dogs are consuming. Let me know if this interests you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sue_says_hi View Post
    Thanks for this post, it is just what I need. I am very worried and confused about my dogs diet at the moment. He is a big golden retriever. He as 2 feeds a day. 1 200g chicken breast (200 Cal) and 1/2 Optimum dry dog food (200 Cal) each feed and two medium pedigree dentastix (140 Cal) per day. Total 940 Calaries. He is 4yo, very placid and will sleep all day unless I walk him. I walk him 40min or more every day. He is very overweight. Should be 35kg but is about 42kg.

    Suggestion please. He can not eat liver treat, those dried kangaroo treats, raw chicken drumsticks or a lot of red meat - makes him very sick.
    Once my dogs stop growing i only feed them once a day usually just after our dinner time. I'd be cutting that first meal of the day back till its just a bone or similar. My dog's have always had a good shape and weight to them and thats even includes my first dog which was a Labrador.


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