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    I have had lots of hers too but I do find that cheaper alternatives are just as good.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I use the salami sticks that you get at the deli, or at the pub.. lol... they are small enough for one session and smell yummy... they are also long lasting and so always ready... and as they are people food you can pop them in your mouth when you need two hands... they are more costly thou, although I did see them at Aldi recently cheaper...

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    I use cheese! they love it!

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    Thanks Everyone lots of ideas to try!
    With Sookie being a lab everyone was telling us they are so food driven etc but she just doesn't seem interested. Might try a new squeaky toy and she loves the one she has

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    I use cheese! they love it!
    Ruby loooooves cheese but anymore then a nibble gives her a sore belly.
    Rubylisious


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Ruby loooooves cheese but anymore then a nibble gives her a sore belly.
    awww... poor girl!
    My dogs could eat a bucket load of cheese and be as happy as Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    awww... poor girl!
    My dogs could eat a bucket load of cheese and be as happy as Larry
    Like her mum she is super keen on the strong amd bitey cheese. Well I am convinced she is anyway lol
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    Hello there,

    There are a lot of treats available in the market. biscuits and or sausages. You don't have to limit the treats to food you can also use toys. Its really you that can determine what works best for you and dog.

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    For high value treats, I discovered that our local IGA sells chicken pieces and "pizza pieces". The latter is mainly diced ham. And sliced fankfurts work well too.

    For lower value treats, I use liver treats.

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    There are dog who are not very fond with food as a treat. Try to offer toys and see if he responds to it better.

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