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Do you feed your dog table scraps?
Sep 20th, 2012 at 1:46pm
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Do you feed your dog table scraps? Does your dog wait for you to hand some over?
  
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Re: Do you feed your dog table scraps?
Reply #1 - Sep 24th, 2012 at 3:28pm
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We donít feed our dog table scraps for a few reasons. One: We donít want him to be rude during dinner time and beg. Two: He is allergic to grains and has a sensitive stomach so I never know what is ok to give him beyond his healthy pet foods.

I do like to give my dog a variety of pet foods though. I feel bad when I make a gourmet dinner and he has to smell the delicious scents- it would be mean not to let him partakeÖ So we actually give him little gourmet meals sometimes too and put them out when we sit at the table to eat. He gets chicken, beef, egg, cranberries and spinach all in one package with one offering. Itís cool to mix it up with this kind of stuff sometimes- it makes me feel like I am feeding him a gourmet dinner too.† Grin
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