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  1. Hello everyone! I'll be rehoming a greyhound in a few weeks time but am so confused regarding what to feed him for breakfast and dinner. My greyhound, Benny, is 3 years old and around 33kg. A few adoption sites in Australia, I'm from there, recommend mixing wet meat with kibble. So, the diet would look something like this- Breakfast: 250g chicken neck/ chicken frame/ chicken wing Dinner: 1.5 cup kibble + 250g mince beef. I'm unsure of whether it'll be okay to mix wet meat with kibble from some sources though. My friend recommended me the PMR raw diet and has calculated this for me- Split between two meals: 1050g red meat (beef, roo) 130g raw bone (chicken neck, chicken feet- keep the nails, duck neck, wings) 66g (cow liver) 66g (giblets, kidney, spleen or lungs) Alternatively, could I just feed my greyhound solely kibbles? Would love some suggestions and advise on a diet that my greyhound can follow. Many thanks!
  2. At his recent dental, Milo had 2 extractions and was on soft food orders for a couple of weeks. He believes it is his God-given right to treats 2 times a day. Being lazy, I wanted a treat that did not require any prep on my part. (In this house, opening the refrigerator door is counted as prep.) Both Milo and Jeter give an enthusiastic 2 paws up for Peanut Butter Softies from Blue Dog Bakery. Peanut butter is doggy crack for the boys. No preservatives, but high molasses content keeps treats from drying out or dissolving into crumbs. Readily available.
  3. I think I might have found a more addictive treat than peanut butter. I know it doesn't seem possible but bear with me. Greyhounds like chicken, greyhounds love sausages but if you put the two together you get chicken sausages mmmmmmm. The proof. I had some for tea and gave Grace a small end piece in her bowl after I had finished which she wolfed down. The following day I had the rest of the sausages and for the first time ever Grace came up to me whilst I was eating asking for a bit.
  4. Alright GT. I have a mission for you all. Pictured below are the magical pink oreo treats from Petco Unleashed treat bar. Wasabi will do ANYTHING for these. And she could pretty much care less about any other treat we tried (which was quiet a few back in our basic obedience class). Here is the problem: These babies give Wasabi the WORST GAS EVER. I only give her crumbs at a time, she rarely gets more than a quarter of these per training session. Still ends up with room clearing farts, when she never has gas normally (she eats Iam's green bag and Olewo's carrots everyday). I am trying to find a replacement treat for these that she will like as much, but that won't upset her tummy so much. Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions?
  5. So, Jessica from Notes from a Dog Walker sent out a recipe for Tuna Fudge earlier this week, and of course, I can't leave a good recipe well enough alone. I like kitchen experiments, I finally have a weekend off, and as usual my hounds told me to cook for them. So, loosely inspired by Tuna Fudge, here's my recipe for sardine treats. Sardine and Cheese Balls Makes approximately 300 (25 dozen) treats (halve the recipe if you don't have multiple hounds or give treats to all the neighborhood dogs ) 6 eggs 5 cans sardines in water, undrained 1/4 cup safflower or vegetable oil 1 cup shredded mozzarella 2 cups quick rolled oats 3 cups+ all-purpose white flour Mix sardines, eggs and oil. Stir in cheese, then oats. Add flour a cup at a time, mixing thoroughly; continue to add flour gradually until dough becomes stiff. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Roll dough into small balls (dusting dough and hands with a bit more flour can make this easier) and flatten into cookies. Place on baking sheet covered with foil (treats can be placed closely since they don't spread during cooking) and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes, then lower heat to 300 and continue baking for another 20 or 30 minutes until treats are crunchy/dry (not spongy in the middle) and slightly toasted. Let cool completely, then store in freezer up to six months, or fridge for a week. Alternative to rolling all those pesky little balls (my back was giving out, so I tried this for the second batch), roll dough out to a little less than 1/4" thick, then score into 3/4" squares with a knife. Bake as above. Next time I make these, I might increase the cheese and sardines a little bit, but these are already an eye-rolling hit with Simba and Stella. I'll be giving some to a couple neighbors for their dogs for their review, too. If you happen to make these, I'd love to know how they worked for you and any adjustments you made. Bone appetit!
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    Cow Ears

    So I've discovered a new, non-messy, reasonably inexpensive chewy treat. I can get them for a dollar-ish, less if I buy in bulk. Does anyone else go through a lot of freeze dried cow ears?
  7. I have been giving Wally and Brady kongs every morning on my way out the door, with some kibble, a couple of small treats, and sealed with peanut butter from the freezer. They seem to enjoy these very much. What else do you fill these with? Also, while shopping at Petco, someone introduced us to bully sticks (P.U! Stinky!) and beef soup bones. We don't like to give them these while we aren't home to monitor the small pieces. Any other treats you might leave them with while away from the home? The beef soup bones make my hounds teeth bleed, is this ok? Also, they actually try to chew off pieces and swallow the bone, not just the marrow. Is this ok? Thanks for your help in advance
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