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Old 12-14-2012, 05:18 PM
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too cute...you can almost see him thinking: Is it a toy? Can I eat it? What do I do with it?

Thanks for the smile.
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hehe thank you, i almost want to put a voice to it as you can really see what he is thinking... even his face when you can see he doesnt like it

One thing he goes crazy for and i mean insane crazy is ice cubes!
i have trained him with treats and he does quite good with treats but when i have ice in my hand and i say sit lay down paw or stand up he doest them to so fast and precise!!

One thing i found usefull if you have guests is to freeze a cong with
P-butter and give it to him, it take him so long to eat it and keeps him very busy!
I now even freeze his toy rope and he loves that too!
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We tried sodium free green beans and carrots with Max. He will take them, but then drops them on the floor. Does not eat them. He is fond of rocks and twigs, though.
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So cute!!!
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My two would eat anything offered, that is until the day my DH offered each a piece of pear (canning type, more firm), they had just had a carrot, then when DH offered the pear, Coop looked him in the eye and spit it right in hubby's face! I about lost it laughing!!! But Coop decided it wasn't so bad and gobbled it up.

This video had us holding our sides with laughter. Thank you for posting it.
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He is so cute, playing with his broccoli!
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:16 PM
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I hear most really like frozen watermelon too but haven't tried it yet.
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I started my Summer out early trying different foods. Some things like celery and pickles she will take then drop and look at me like she is saying "YUCK". I tell her "you took it now you have to eat it" and eventually she does.

Summer loves bananas so much that I haven't been able to finish one by myself for years.
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That is so cute! I think he's not sure what it is...is it a toy, an animal, surely it can't be something I eat My dog wasn't a huge fan of broccoli and would spit it out. But, he LOVED carrots and snow peas!! He would also go crazy for raw potatoes and zucchini. Whenever we would go to my husbands grandmothers house she would give him a whole big carrot. So then whenever we would go, he would go straight to the refrigerator and sit there until he got his carrot. Apples are fine too, although my dog did have issues later on in his life with them because of the acid, but young healthy dogs should have no problems.

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It's like he's saying :"this stinky thing has to be alive. I'm going to catch it when it runs"
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