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    Once I cooked Nigella's brownies (very nice brownies-should try) and gave a really tiny bit to dogs...say 1cubic cm? I posted on another dog forum about this.....I am not joking how tediously a person carried on like I had tried to poison my dogs.....I really could not bother to talk that woman. Well my dogs gather around me when eating but they do not take sweets etc from our coffee table. Does not this tell something about my attitude for feeding dogs? BTW I also fed grapes and avocado....guilty
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    Alarmists are fun. They're the kind of people that take their children to the doctor after they've eaten a handful of dirt. Just makes you wonder what a terrible life they must live, always panicking at the slightest thing =(

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    I am guilty of giving mine tid-bits of choc biscuits and the like (until recent events).
    Barbecues are always a favourite, lots of yummy naughty snacks thrown their way.
    As long as its occasional and in small quantities I don't think it hurts.

    Obviously chowing down on 5 pork sausages or a bag of chocolate will make a dog sick, but just like us... everything in moderation.

    One of mine is a coffee NUT, I buy those instant cappuchino sachets, just add boiling water and stir and it froths up... well he goes crazy for the foam and the dregs in the bottom of the cup.
    He can tell when I have almost finished the cup by how far I tilt it... and of course he starts whining... amazing.

    silver - my OH's aunt is one of those mothers, it drives me crazy. Every time they visit if her daughter (5 years old) pats the dogs she races over with the hand sanitizer.
    The daughter fed one of our dogs a bit of sausage at a barbecue (with my consent) and she nearly had a pink fit!

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    Iknow its not a Dog but we used to have a cat that would lick deep heat off u as fast as u could get it on. One day he chewed up a tube of it and ate heaps of it. Nothing happened though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Pugs are like that hey I remember when Ollie ate an entire bag of kibble in one sitting and had to get his stomach pumped
    We've had that happen twice so far! The second time, they had to climb over a fence (albeit it wasn't that high) and then climb up into a wheelbarrow! Damn little Pigs... um, I mean Pugs.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessalyon View Post
    Iknow its not a Dog but we used to have a cat that would lick deep heat off u as fast as u could get it on. One day he chewed up a tube of it and ate heaps of it. Nothing happened though.
    Hahaha Deep heat, Oh I love the smell of that stuff!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    I am guilty of giving mine tid-bits of choc biscuits and the like (until recent events).
    Barbecues are always a favourite, lots of yummy naughty snacks thrown their way.
    As long as its occasional and in small quantities I don't think it hurts.

    Obviously chowing down on 5 pork sausages or a bag of chocolate will make a dog sick, but just like us... everything in moderation.

    One of mine is a coffee NUT, I buy those instant cappuchino sachets, just add boiling water and stir and it froths up... well he goes crazy for the foam and the dregs in the bottom of the cup.
    He can tell when I have almost finished the cup by how far I tilt it... and of course he starts whining... amazing.

    silver - my OH's aunt is one of those mothers, it drives me crazy. Every time they visit if her daughter (5 years old) pats the dogs she races over with the hand sanitizer.
    The daughter fed one of our dogs a bit of sausage at a barbecue (with my consent) and she nearly had a pink fit!
    Argh, yes I forgot about coffee! Yeah Maggie loves froth too - I always let her lick the lid of my coffee lid I think it's preparation for when I have kids, who I'm sure I'm going to have to feed the cappuccino chocolate to. (I don't know why my mum ever let me eat it, it's totally the best part).

    God - hand sanitiser... ASLDKFJALSKDFJALKSDFJASDF. I'm so against it on principle! I'm going to be one of those parents that lets their kids roll in dirt and eat slugs, and not wash their hands after patting a dog. GRR.
    Even worse than parents that are obsessive around their kids, are ADULTS who clearly had parents like that, and are germ-phobic. Eg my housemate.

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    Much to alot of people disgrace Me and Ruby often share food! Going bite for bite! hehe Funny enough the one person that has to kiss me doesnt mind LMAO
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    ewwww bulldogs slobber too LOL

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    [QUOTE=Hyacinth;129302]Dog would have to eat one or more whole onions to be in trouble.

    I do find that a small amount can lead to deadly farts.
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    Last edited by ruby mc nugget; 07-06-2011 at 01:42 PM.

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