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What is your dog’s favorite treat?

May 25th, 2011 4 Comments

Poor Mason is so anti-social….

Anyway, I’m wondering what your dogs favorite treats are.  Besides table food.

It’s hard to know when you’re looking at all of the bags in the store.  Obviously you can determine the ingredients, but I’ve heard mixed reviews about certain brands.  Specifically the Greenies.  Mason won’t eat them, but some people have said they’re not healthy.

I personally use real meat that I would eat. I wash off any seasoning and just give them little bites, like I am here.

Just looking for your thoughts on this one.

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  • Caroline

    My Lua (Female Chihuahua) loves her dog sushis so much : these are chicken rolled in fish. Se also like Philadelphia (st moret in France) and also chicken breast, right from the table.
    But one of her favourite food is …tomatoe. Strange ?!

    My sister, who is a vet, says that it is good to give our animals food AFTER us. Cause we have to be the “chief” and pets have to know that !

  • Mary

    We have been using Zukes Mini-naturals. They are small and perfect for training .

    As we set more difficult training goals, I’ll be using very small pieces of cheese, turkey, or hot dog so she’ll be extra motivated to learn.

    Her night-time treat (when we want to keep her occupied for a length of time) is a Himalayan Dog Chew . It’s basically hardened yak cheese originally used by sherpa’s. But they realized that dogs loved them too. It requires a little more vacuuming-up after her than other treats, but it last for a couple of days.

  • Kristen

    I have been using zukes too. Because my dogs are little I split them, they last longer and its the perfect size treat for them.

  • See if you can find Stella and Chewy’s (or order them). It’s this awesome all-natural freeze dried product. When I gave to my dog, it completely solved her recall problem. She’s always running back to me for more. Doggie crack.