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Post by sandypaws on Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:18 am

i put this on another site..

preheat oven 350 degrees.. dont know celcius

2 potato
4 carrots
some onion and celery
1- 4 week old toy poodle puppy (anycolor)
salt/pepper/garlic to taste..





[/b]JOKE JOKE JOKE JOKE!!!!!! DONT FREAK OUT JUST A JOKE!!!![b]
AGAIN JUST A JOKE
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Post by sandypaws on Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:19 am

yeah i know ... im sick.....




i am gonns get kick off of here for this arent i...????
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Post by Emmalovesbeth on Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:30 am

HAHAHA...... that is soooo cute hehe.......
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Post by Donna on Sun Aug 30, 2009 11:11 am

Delicious... huh hmmmm... oh i mean cute looking puppy!! ....No offense meant but i think us Aussies are a bit more broad minded than to kick you out for that and can recognise the "tongue in cheek" with which you posted ....Anyone who owns as many animal friends as you do would obviously only be exercising your sense of humour!!

Gotta love a sense of humour!! Very Happy

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Post by GroomRoom on Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:18 pm

Taste like chicken huh lol!

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Post by mutleymanor on Tue Nov 03, 2009 4:31 am

I make my liver, heart or beef treats in a food dryer. I don't add anything, just slice the meat into thinnish pieces and use the Sunbeam food dehydrator.That way you don't get as bad a smell Wink It takes overnight but you know it's pure meat, no preservatives, additives etc. The dehydrator pays for itself as it is so much cheaper than bought treats and it keeps well. HHmmm I may make some to have on hand to sell to clients......
I am gluten intolerant, and have read that it is a major cause allergies in dogs too, so avoid barley,rye, oats and wheat in my dogs' diet. Rice is better.
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