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Old 12-15-2012, 10:23 PM   #21
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I ordered Ziwi Peak jerky (from Amazon) and Rosie got diarrhea from it. Darn.
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Old 12-16-2012, 12:20 PM   #22
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For awhile I took chicken breasts and dehydrated it it my oven it was more like a jurkey but was a bit crumbly. Mine love love love Zukes very berry grain free treats I brake them in half a they share one. I'm trying to teach them to sit nice for a picture. Now I have to put them on tables and Maddie jumped of a really high table last week I felt bad.
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Old 12-16-2012, 01:15 PM   #23
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I poach chicken breast (bring to boil then reduce to simmer) for 15/20/25 mins for sm/med/lg cuts, then cut into raisin-size pieces. I measure a handful per ziplock bag and freeze whatever I'm not using. A large chicken breast can last a couple of weeks.

Occasionally we will bring home a rotisserie chicken from the deli and I will cut up the leftovers into tiny squares and freeze a handful in ziploc bags. My guys go nuts for that. When we go to Rally class, I pack the baggie in an insulated lunch sack with a frozen cold pack to keep the chicken pieces sort of frozen, as they can get a bit messy when they have thawed. I also use the string cheese occasionally. Or tiny pieces of cheddar cheese. They don't get treats other than for training purposes.
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:46 AM   #24
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Linda, good point about treats only for training purposes.
Freddie has been LOVING Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Bites:
http://bluebuffalo.com/dog-treats/wi...-bites-chicken
I've been cutting them into small pieces as they are quite large for him straight from the package.
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Linda, good point about treats only for training purposes.
Freddie has been LOVING Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Bites:
http://bluebuffalo.com/dog-treats/wi...-bites-chicken
I've been cutting them into small pieces as they are quite large for him straight from the package.
I think ALL the commercial training treats are too big for our guys (even as adults) without some "customization". Even the little round ones like "Tricky Trainers" I break in half.
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Old 12-18-2012, 01:09 PM   #26
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Linda, good point about treats only for training purposes.
Freddie has been LOVING Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Bites:
http://bluebuffalo.com/dog-treats/wi...-bites-chicken
I've been cutting them into small pieces as they are quite large for him straight from the package.
Oops. I just realized I kind of lied. They also get treats after I get through grooming them - a couple of the tiny pieces of frozen chicken. And also Finn got some when he had a bit of a regression with potty training.
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