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Originally Posted by sammydog View Post
Do you cut it up?
Yep! I the raw squash into cubes before I boil it

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post #42 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 12:11 AM
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For high value treats I use colby cheese, cooked sausage/ chicken or dried liver pieces. Otherwise it is just normal puppy Pro-plan or Eukanuba kibble. My trainer uses Possum Yum, but Loki really isn't keen on it. Cheerios in NZ are small hot dogs, so I was trying to imagine peanut butter favoured hot dogs! String cheese? I imagine that is what we call grated cheese? I am definitely going to look through the breakfast cereal shelves next time I go to the supermarket. I guess nothing sweet? Great idea & good value for money. Commercial treats are very expensive here & contain a lot of preservatives, which I have heard are not good for dogs. Is that raw carrot or boiled carrot?

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