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A handy Infograph for fridge snacks!

Discussion in 'Doberman Nutritional Care' started by Viemarangelrock, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. Viemarangelrock

    Viemarangelrock $ Premium Subscriber $ Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Thought this was handy to print off and stick on the fridge.
    We hear so much of what they can’t eat so here we have what they CAN eat :dobe:

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  2. LifeofRubie

    LifeofRubie Notable member

    I think Kelp is the only thing out dogs haven't tried on that list... I'm sure it comes in different forms but I'm imagining buying and storing fresh-cut, green, slimy kelp in my fridge :woot2:
     
  3. Tropicalbri's

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    Crush it in blender then freeze into cubes. I mix fruits and veggies in chopper/blender then freeze in ice trays, pop out of tray and put in a freezer bag. It’s great as a frozen treat on hot days.
     
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  4. Tropicalbri's

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    I use the cigar shaped or bread stick shaped ice trays for the twins. They like it better than the cubed.
     
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  5. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    Are Bell Peppers okay? I always heard no, because its in the nightshade family? I never looked any further into it. I just never gave it to my dog. Anyone?
     
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  6. Tropicalbri's

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    I wasn’t sure about it so I don’t give it to them. They get so many other things that I figured why bother. I have read that asparagus wasn’t good for your dog either so... I don’t know about it. I eat a lot of asparagus but have never given the twins any.
     
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  7. Tropicalbri's

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    @MyBuddy garlic is another that has contradictory information. Most say because it is of the Allium family (onions, leeks and chives) that it is toxic and affects the kidneys.
     
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  8. JanS

    JanS DCF Owner Administrative Staff Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

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  9. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    I think confusion around garlic is because you need to dose it for the size of the animal. Get the dose wrong and then you have trouble, so it’s safer to spread the message that certain foods are “bad”.
     
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  10. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    I just realized Green Beans aren't on the list and that's what I use the most! ;)
     

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