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May 10, 2007 at 2:29 pm in reply to: natural/homecooked diet – including the now famous porridge ….. #92140
excellent. I’ll get some this afternoon. They eat the nail bits too then? blerg lolMay 10, 2007 at 1:26 pm in reply to: natural/homecooked diet – including the now famous porridge ….. #92138
can you give pigs trotters raw?April 22, 2007 at 12:25 am in reply to: natural/homecooked diet – including the now famous porridge ….. #92124
ah excellent. I found that ‘dangerous foods for dogs’ sticky
I never would’ve thought of chick peas! nice call. I saw you posting about pumpkin seeds a few weeks ago so have been using a spoon of the seed mix I have on my cereal. Thanks for the tip about bananas – Shep loves them but Mollie only mouths a piece and drops it somewhere where someone can tread on it in their bare feet in the middle of the night 😀
Good, I can branch out a bit now and they can can get some more interesting stuff. Y’know since I came on here a few months ago when I first got Shep and read everyones advice I dropped the complete dried food for Mollie. Both dogs have benefitted hugely from all your advice on feeding dogs, and Mollie eats all her dinner in one go which she never did before, so she must be enjoying it. Shep came to me with a bag of Eukanaba, but now he also eats a range of foods which disappear as soon as my backs turned!April 21, 2007 at 11:27 pm in reply to: natural/homecooked diet – including the now famous porridge ….. #92122
What fruit and veg can you use in dogs diets? So far I’ve used (all raw) apple, carrot,banana, peas and broccoli fleurets – any more ideas? I hope it’s ok to feed these raw and not cooked, but I just read that apple pips can be poisonous to dogs – is that correct? I’ve been leaving them in :-\
We’ve had a GSD since we got Perry in 1985. She loved my two sons who were little at the time. We were so sad when she was getting old and her back legs were weak, so we bought another GSD pup , Mollie, before Perry died in 1997 and Perry mothered Mollie for a lovely 3 months. Mollie has grown up to be a strong loyal friend. Now we have a new GSD in the family, 8month old Shep (yeah I know, but we kept his original name) who was rehomed with us a couple of months ago. They’re gradually settling down with each other.
All three of mine were/are very gentle around people. Mollie hardly ever even barked before Shep arrived with his boisterous ways! I love their loyal temperament and their beautiful, magnificent heads. Your Flame is gorgeous Mossy. I’ll get some pics up tomorrow.