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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Household products for treats

Hey all

I was just wondering what products in the kitchen I could be using for treats. I've heard if cheese and chicken breast but don't know of what else. What does everyone else use?


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kangaroo, just kidding. , anything meat and the leaner the better. Stick with human food, it's the healthiest.

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Peanut Butter!!! They loooove it. But no more than a teaspoon a day, or else it wouldn't be very healthy.


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Peanut Butter!!! They loooove it. But no more than a teaspoon a day, or else it wouldn't be very healthy.
great idea and the Ausies have our Kraft salt and sugar free http://www.ausfoodnews.com.au/2013/0...r-variant.html

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Mine doesn't like peanut butter. He loves cream cheese though.

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Thanks guys. Haha I should note Doug does get roo treats.


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Thanks for the Kraft link. I sometimes do salt free chicken stock and freeze it for a flavour ice treat in summer.


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Tillie's favorites are Red Bell pepper pieces, broccoli and puree'd sweet potato frozen into little training size treats.

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Thanks guys. Haha I should note Doug does get roo treats.


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lol , not roo.

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