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Q: What type of treats should i get my dog?

March 22, 2009 | By Michelle A. | 20 answers | Expired: 1941 days ago

Michelle A.

Some of the treats we've gotten our Black Lab have made him throw up so we don't want him to get sick again. Any advice?

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Julia R.
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Apr 03, 2009

i would try just giving him/her human food like bananas, cut up apples, cut up chese, any healthy food would work!!! that and some of that baby asprin that heals babys. not the stuff for likr headaches or any thing, just over the counter stuff. that is what i give my puppies if they are sick.

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Suzin
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Apr 03, 2009

Our dog just loves the Bacon ones that the television shows (Beggin' Strips). She just begs for them and they usually make her better trained.

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Erica M.
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Apr 01, 2009

My dog likes Natural Balance Dog Food Rolls. We put them in the fridge to harden a bit. Then cut them into small pieces. He really likes them, and they are easy for training. The only down side is preparation.

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cassidy t.
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Apr 01, 2009

beggin' dog treats are good

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Holly S.
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Mar 27, 2009

My solution is to give my dog bites of his regular dog food as treats. but he's a lab (husky mix) and a bottomless pit, so he's happy with anything.

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Pamperedpawgifts
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Mar 25, 2009

I have had all the treats myself and they are yummy! Really!
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Tucker B.
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Mar 25, 2009

Homade ones. i think those are the beat treats you can give if you make them right they can help with fleas.
heres a good website www.bullwrinkle.com hopes this helps.

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Melissa D.
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Mar 23, 2009

I find carrots and apples are great for them and i know many vets that recommended it as well. They help clean their teeth and freshen their breath plus they are way healthier then the store bought ones.

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Azzurrapl
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Mar 23, 2009

I agree with Pia on this one. My dog is a mix - lab/we don't know ... but he gets sick on stroe bought treats. He was finally diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis - so I just use real meat - like Pia says. Good Luck with your dog.... I also bake him treats - from the Bubba Rose Biscuit Cookbook and the Three Dog Bakery Cookbook - try their German Shepherd Pie - your dog will die for it!

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Pia S.
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Mar 23, 2009

Try to keep them wholesome and natural. Also, you might want to stick with white meat chicken, steak or other meats. These can be easily on the dog's stomach. Too many can also affect the dog's digestive tract.

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