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November 20, 2008 | By Barbara B. | 4 | Need to know

Has anyone given this to their dogs? I was very interested in it since it has carrots, corn and celery. I am always looking to find healthy treats. If you go on the Pegetables website you can request a sample. I did that and am waiting for it. Has an… more ›

Barbara B.

November 18, 2008 | By AnimalLover06 | 2 | Need to know

I just want to know how I would know if the treats are going bad or how long they would be good for. I really hate how when you purchase by the lb you don't really know.

November 18, 2008 | By Hannah A. | 8 | Just Curious

I don't understand why my cat hates every treat I bring him. He doesn't even like catnip! Are there some kind of obscure brands I could try that he'd maybe enjoy?

Hannah A.

November 18, 2008 | By cathie w. | 13 | Just Curious

My first cat

cathie w.

November 17, 2008 | By connie m. | 40 | Need to know

I have heard they are hard on the stomach of dogs.

November 14, 2008 | By Tracy C. | 3 | Just Curious

What kinds of fruits and vegetables are best for mice? What kinds do they seem to prefer?

Tracy C.

November 10, 2008 | By Savannahbomb | 17 | Just Curious

Someone told me that they are not digestible and that they are actually really bad for dogs. Has anyone ever heard that?


November 7, 2008 | By paige s. | 21 | Just Curious

i know that chocolate is toxic to dogs but some people say their dogs have eaten chocolate and nothing has happened. does chocolate affect only certain dogs. i am so curious about this tell me how this works and what is in it that is so bad???????

paige s.

November 5, 2008 | By Ro M. | 1 | Just Curious

Contains no cocoa butter or cocoa or chocolate

Ro M.

November 4, 2008 | By Diana A. | 23 | Just Curious

My Claude, a Shihtzu, is very picky. I worry about keeping his teeth clean. He doesn't like rawhides, he doesn't like snausages, he doesn't like beef jerkey, or anything in between. Forget about trying one of those bones FOR keeping a dogs teeth clea… more ›

November 3, 2008 | By Sarah G. | 10 | Need to know

Ok so I's trying to train Annie( my 8 month old Toy Fox Terrier)and the thing is she is way way picky with her treats and even then most times she still don't want them. She takes pretty well with verbal praise but I wanted to do something a little … more ›

November 3, 2008 | By Djmoser | 5 | Just Curious

Ok doggy food network. What's the best way to cook a sweet potato chip to get it chewy so it doesn't go down in one gulp.

October 24, 2008 | By Rachel F. | 18 | Just Curious

what type of treats and food is good for your cat? i have allot of cats and i dnt know what would be good for all of them

Rachel F.

October 24, 2008 | By Chellebelle007 | 7 | Just Curious

Was wondering if anyone had recommendations for readily available Gluten Free Treats that most grocery chains carry? I just adopted a 3 year old Doxie Mix that has a wheat allergy. Thank you!


October 24, 2008 | By Djmoser | 17 | Just Curious

I saw in the Foster and Smith catalog that dried sweet potato slices are sold as a dog treat. Anyone have experience with this? Seems like it might be a healthy treat for the doggies -- even one we can make at home.


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