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  1. #21
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    Oh you ruin all my fun GSD's!!! I was thinking of use the apperteaser on my youngest as he has decided he actually doesn't like vegetables any more! Oh well I will have to think of something else.

    I know that Aust Post always delivers early in the morning here so I decided I was going to hold off my dogs breaky and sprinkle a few treats on the top and see if they would eat (of course asking them to do something to work for the treat first) so it was really good to see the extra packet in there and to see that it actually worked!

    Millie ate a full cup of kibble in about 2 minutes flat. This for her is a miracle because even when she does want to eat it takes her over 5 minutes usually.

    Thanks again Lynn and for anyone that wants something a little healthier for their pooches, I recommend Happy Paws Training Treats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    Oh you ruin all my fun GSD's!!! I was thinking of use the apperteaser on my youngest as he has decided he actually doesn't like vegetables any more! Oh well I will have to think of something else.

    I know that Aust Post always delivers early in the morning here so I decided I was going to hold off my dogs breaky and sprinkle a few treats on the top and see if they would eat (of course asking them to do something to work for the treat first) so it was really good to see the extra packet in there and to see that it actually worked!

    Millie ate a full cup of kibble in about 2 minutes flat. This for her is a miracle because even when she does want to eat it takes her over 5 minutes usually.

    Thanks again Lynn and for anyone that wants something a little healthier for their pooches, I recommend Happy Paws Training Treats.
    You can sprinkle the Apperteaser on his food if he likes a "meaty" flavour as all the ingredients are human grade. I had a client who used to buy the Pooch treats for her boyfriend. He put them in a bowl, poured on milk & them. Not my cup of tea, but he loved them.

    You shouldn't have a weight issue by adding the treats/powder to the dog's food, as I remove as much of the fat as I possibly can. Potentially fatty ingredients like the ox tongue is processed up to 3 times to remove every last bit of fat that I can get out of them.

    I don't like to have any "crumbs" in the packets, so when I get to the bottom of the storage container for things like the roast chicken, I give a little bag of all the crumbs to the next order of roast chicken (weight permitting) as a little treat that can be sprinkled on their food etc. You might get some Roast Chickie "sprinkles" next time you order.

    Thanks so much for your kind words Cate. Without people like yourself ordering & supporting the biz, there wouldn't be a Happy Paws Treats.

  3. #23
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    GSDs4Ever,

    I love the treats... Thank You so much...

    Cassie and Elwood luv the treats, Cass even did a recall for one...
    Buster is indifferent but thats Buster for you...

    Will definately have to order more in the near future... I am going to try the samples tonight...
    Dogs Aren't Our Whole Lives, But They Make Our Lives Whole


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    Thank you very much for those lovely words. It's always very nice that people take the time to write to me. I appreciate it very much. Enjoy the samples.

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    Roo treats now available. $18 per 100 grams. I'm yet to update the website, but if you want them, just put in an order ....

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    Just got a call from the "Master Dog Breeders Assoc". Happy Paws Training Treats have been nom'd for the second year in a row for "Best Dog Related Product". Last year, they won the award. To be annouced in Sydney some time in March ...

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    Congratulations GSDs!! That's fantastic news. Not surprising really........

    In My Home Dog Minding
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    Congratulations!

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    Congrats GSD's!!!

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    Thanks "Greys" & "Clea". People sure do seem to like them enough to write a beautiful, heart felt nom letter. I cried when she read it out to me. "Zena" would be proud ...

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