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  • Wow this stuff is amazing…they eat stuff like chicken & rice with veggies?!?! I dont even eat half this stuff. They eat some healthy stuff. They don't eat dog food? Sorry if thats a dumb question. I dont own one yet I am just researching. Is this the bananas, melons, peas and all that stuff a part of their normal diet or is that only on special occasions?

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  • I give it to my guys as treats, more than biscuits and cookies

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  • o ok, I was starting to think that they dont eat dog food at all

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  • Some people do cook for their dogs or feed raw, when my guys are out of dog food and the shipment hasn't arrived yet I do cook for them and they love it

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  • The quality of food is very important regardless of the breed of dog… and many people do not use dog food, but either use a raw diet (that includes raw meaty bones, bones and all, which are safe unless cooked).. and many cook for their dogs. If you use commercial dog food, be sure to use a high quality, it costs a little more but you feed less and they get more benefit from it... I have always given my fruits and Veggies.. raw, cooked .... rice is a good filler for them... pumpkin has many health benefits for dogs...

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  • Sahara loves the commercial Chicken Jerky for dogs. Does anyone here have a recipe for Jerky for pets? I think I can dry it myself cheaper than what it cost. The good brand is expensive and she loves it.

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  • There is a recipe on another thread-I tried it (the recipe) and it was very good-for both dogs and my husband :eek: and his friend:eek: !!:D

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  • @youngandtired:

    Sahara loves the commercial Chicken Jerky for dogs. Does anyone here have a recipe for Jerky for pets? I think I can dry it myself cheaper than what it cost. The good brand is expensive and she loves it.

    I like beef jerky! if you get like chuck roast on sale at coborns or your local grocer. You have them cut it into jerky strips *like an 1/8 or 1/10 of an inch. then you dip it in soy sauce and put it on the dehydrator.

    Cook it for 2-4 hours. it will just be a little red inside when its done. but you can see its brown on top.

    I LOVE IT and my dogs go CRAZY for it! its very recommened by me and my basenji! lol

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  • Paco eats Chicken Soup for the Puppy Lover's Soul usually, and will move up to the Dog Lover's Soul when he's a year old. On occasion, the store is out of his food and we either cook him some boneless chicken or give him raw beef - he's also a huge fan of eggs, more cooked than raw, though he'll eat it either way.

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