In Response to Re:???? Pumpkin for Dogs??????:
My dogs love carrots, pumpkin, celery, cabbage, broccoli...I could go on and on. The vet did warn me that carrots have a lot of sugar so I would be better off giving them frozen green beans. I figured I would switch to the green beans for winter when the activity drops off a bit. (I wish someone would limit my food intake...) I will make the dog treats they sound pretty good. I think rolling them in a rope shape then cutting them into little bites would be great. Will let you know the results. May go buy a pie pumpkin I saw the other day. They were .69 a pound a bit less than a can of pumpkin but the cooking has to be done. I will see how it goes. I happen to have a bit of "stale" Italian bread and was going to make pumpkin bread pudding this weekend. The pumpkin will do for both.
Posted by nikki p
I feed my dogs all sorts of veggies they love them also.Whenever I was using any of my electric gadgets they would come out and bark like crazy so I started giving them veggies and they soon stopped this nonsense.They associated these noises with something good to eat.Now they sit and wait for their treat,quietly.I make home made sauerkraut and they always share the core and they also like a little sauerkraut when it's done fermenting.I wouldn't feed store bought sauerkraut too salty and I'm not sure how it is processed .You can roll the dough out too and cut with cookie cutters,although I think that's more for us then them lol lol !