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    Our Barney. 16 years old yesterday. He’s got cataracts, is nearly deaf and has kidney disease but he’s still plugging along.

    Pics are when he was 6 weeks old and yesterday demanding more treats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nastorino View Post
    My pack. 6yo beagle coonhound mix, my wife's rescue before me. The older shepherd is 3.5yo and the younger one is 1.5yo. Both males around 80/85lbs. They are uncle and nephew.

    I walked into my shed for 2min to grab the next cabinet to put in the bed and I find these three clowns in the bed. That project was halted. LOL
    Let’s get one thing straight right now. That’s their truck. Your just the driver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nastorino View Post
    My pack. 6yo beagle coonhound mix, my wife's rescue before me. The older shepherd is 3.5yo and the younger one is 1.5yo. Both males around 80/85lbs. They are uncle and nephew.

    I walked into my shed for 2min to grab the next cabinet to put in the bed and I find these three clowns in the bed. That project was halted. LOL
    That look on their faces proves the truth in the saying... "They are part of your world, but you are their world"
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    We lost are old Brittany last Saturday morning. We are of course heartbroken as is our 9 year old Catahoula. Every time we fed them the Catahoula would leave 2 pieces of food in his bowl and the Brittany would always come happily in to eat them.

    Now6 days latter he still leaves 2 pieces of food and hops up on the couch to see if the Brittany will come to get them.
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    Looks like the perfect candidate for a puppy! Older dogs make great trainers. Sorry for your loss.
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    From our local "Dog Treat Bakery"......

    These are all dog treats and no, that is not chocolate. It's some "dog friendly simulated chocolate" or something, I am not sure, but I do know they are intended for our K9 friends.

    I will tell you from personal experience, they are NOT as tasty as they appear, at least to me.

    Of course I tried them......

    The large "Woof Stick" is the closest to "people food tasting" as it was very much like a dried out bread. The rest are surprisingly bland tasting.

    They aren't cheap, but the cookies are also a lot of work for "Dog Treats", the 6 cookies and the 'Woof Stick" were $9. Main thing is the kids like them, but only once in a great while, maybe twice a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    These are all dog treats and no, that is not chocolate. It's some "dog friendly simulated chocolate" or something, I am not sure, but I do know they are intended for our K9 friends.

    I will tell you from personal experience, they are NOT as tasty as they appear, at least to me.

    Of course I tried them......

    The large "Woof Stick" is the closest to "people food tasting" as it was very much like a dried out bread. The rest are surprisingly bland tasting.

    They aren't cheap, but the cookies are also a lot of work for "Dog Treats", the 6 cookies and the 'Woof Stick" were $9. Main thing is the kids like them, but only once in a great while, maybe twice a year.

    For us those would not last a day but our dogs get home made dog cookies all the time. My wife's business was "big Paws Pantry" for close to 25 years but she sold the recipes and business a while back. Since then she bakes only for our dogs and will fill up 4-6 big 18x24 inch trays baked in our oven. Ours taste good to people too and we both eat them there super good stuff no "China Colored Processed Junk" the stores sell for our dogs. Here is a picture of the ones she baked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    These are all dog treats and no, that is not chocolate. It's some "dog friendly simulated chocolate" or something, I am not sure, but I do know they are intended for our K9 friends.

    I will tell you from personal experience, they are NOT as tasty as they appear, at least to me.

    Of course I tried them......

    The large "Woof Stick" is the closest to "people food tasting" as it was very much like a dried out bread. The rest are surprisingly bland tasting.

    They aren't cheap, but the cookies are also a lot of work for "Dog Treats", the 6 cookies and the 'Woof Stick" were $9. Main thing is the kids like them, but only once in a great while, maybe twice a year.

    I hear that horse cookies are rather tasty though...
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