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Steph M   

sorry, but ice-cream is not an appropriate treat for a dog!

Unless it's a soft serve from Maccas - then its 100% OK.

ha, ha ...good one :D ...no, our dog gets only dog food and appropriate treats, anyone offering her something else gets shot!...you are warned :D

That's unnecessarily threatening...

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sorry, but ice-cream is not an appropriate treat for a dog!

Unless it's a soft serve from Maccas - then its 100% OK.

ha, ha ...good one :D ...no, our dog gets only dog food and appropriate treats, anyone offering her something else gets shot!...you are warned :D

That's unnecessarily threatening...

Meh - Never mind Steph - I didn't see it that way - and the chances of me ever being in a position to feed Willems dog a treat are about zero.

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Boronia   

Is that the photo of her not eating as she thinks you are trying to poison her DDD?

Give her no-sugar home-made yoghurt then Willem will go away happy

https://www.easiyo.com/easiyo-product-details/skimmers-unsweetened-yogurt.html

or this one which is really yummy https://www.easiyo.com/easiyo-product-details/greek-unsweetened.html

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Is that the photo of her not eating as she thinks you are trying to poison her DDD?

Yes :laugh: :laugh: Everything is suspect - except the icecream. She hoed into that with barely an initial sniff let alone a suspicious one.

Mmmmmmmm - yummy!

I’ll look for those.

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LisaCC   

Love how they bounce back!!

You know what else is delicious?

The end of my FROGURT! biggrin.gif

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Yep, dogs are the most amazing, resilient, and forgiving creatures that humans have had the privilege of co-habitating with.

ETA is that like yoghurt? Mine love to lick the nearly empty yoghurt containers.

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Yep, dogs are the most amazing, resilient, and forgiving creatures that humans have had the privilege of co-habitating with.

They bring me to a sense of wonderment daily.

ETA is that like yoghurt? Mine love to lick the nearly empty yoghurt containers.

Not all mine like yoghurt. Tamar thinks it is poison, LOL.

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Roova   

Love how they bounce back!!

You know what else is delicious?

The end of my FROGURT! biggrin.gif

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Haha the look of absolute bliss!

I can get very speedy responses to trick commands when I have a nearly finished yoghurt container in my hand. Problem is two dog heads trying to access it at once lol

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tdierikx   

What a little trooper! Maybe her owwie teeth had a bit to do with her aversion to food? Moreso as she gets older, yes?

I remember meeting and playing with all of your dogs... Tamar is the sweetest little girl... please give her a soft cuddle and a kiss from me for being so brave at the vet...

T.

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LisaCC   

It's frozen yogurt, somewhere between ice-cream and yogurt. Much less healthy than yogurt laugh.gif

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Lhok   

It's frozen yogurt, somewhere between ice-cream and yogurt. Much less healthy than yogurt laugh.gif

Whenever frogurt is mentioned all I can think about is that cursed froghurt episode of the simpsons lol.

Hope your little one mends well DDD.

--Lhok

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:flower: Tamar (not to mention her devoted, dotty mum) says thank you for all the well wishes. She has been duly kissed and cuddles. I have so many lovely photographs of her and the others, thanks to Tdierikx. :thumbsup:

She has bounced back and, so far, doesn’t have the “tongue hanging out” look, but she is doing a lot of licking which I suppose is to do with the strangeness/discomfort. She looks a bit different because her fangs used to poke out. :laugh:

She ate normally last night and through the day had (dare I say it in case my cruelty is reported) a treat ........ roo jerky.

In all seriousness, I don’t buy dog treats. Their treats are little piece of dried liver or roo jerky or chicken jerky. And, of course, from time to time bits of my vegemite toast.

So long as it isn’t fat ridden, Danny gets whatever his little heart (and taste buds) wants. But I will definitely be looking in the supermarket shelves for froghurt. Icecream is a rarity simply because I am cannot be trusted and I am already too fat.

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Yep, dogs are the most amazing, resilient, and forgiving creatures that humans have had the privilege of co-habitating with.

They bring me to a sense of wonderment daily.

ETA is that like yoghurt? Mine love to lick the nearly empty yoghurt containers.

Not all mine like yoghurt. Tamar thinks it is poison, LOL.

Zeph is suspicious of all offerings, including ham and pizza. He is not a normal Rottweiler :shrug:

Dee on the other hand will eat anything on offer. :rofl:

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tdierikx   

Maybe I should come visit you and the Moochers again with my latest whizz-bang camera and lenses? *grin*

T.

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Mine also loooooves ice cream and yogurt. It's a tradition to stop in at a Maccas to share a soft serve ice cream whenever she does well at a trial. :D

Life is too short and I refuse to begrudge my dog her favourite treats once in a while. :D

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Mine also loooooves ice cream and yogurt. It's a tradition to stop in at a Maccas to share a soft serve ice cream whenever she does well at a trial. :D

Life is too short and I refuse to begrudge my dog her favourite treats once in a while. :D

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Yep, when we go to Perth and take the dogs they get a soft serve & a cheeseburger from Maccas thumbsup1.gif considering they accompany us to Perth only a couple of times a year and are generally fed healthily, I really doubt it's going to give them instabetes.

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