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Old 06-14-2017, 08:57 AM   #16
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Had some friends that threw their little darlings food at the table while they ate. Would spend the meal time kicking the little bastards in the ribs under the table.
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So you accepted an invitation to dinner at a "friends" house knowing they feed the dogs from the table while you kicked them in the ribs under the table?
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Old 06-14-2017, 11:00 AM   #17
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My better half spent years working in a vets office. As a result, our two great danes do not get any "people food", other than a raw egg or some oil in their dry food occasionally. Begging dogs are right up there with misbehaving children on my list. Unless you really know what you are doing, people food can do much more harm than good.
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Old 06-14-2017, 11:13 AM   #18
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Never fed our dogs anything but their kibble until they stopped eating at around 12 years old. Then it was ground beef and rice for a while, Then chicken thighs, then raw and now a mixture of anything we can get him to eat. Vet says he's just old but he lost his sister in November and hasn't been the same since.
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Old 06-14-2017, 11:27 AM   #19
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Last year we switched to a raw diet for our dogs. It consisted of a dehydrated food along with cooking BLSL chicken thighs for them. After the one we were doing it for passed we tried to get the other one back to regular dog food. Not a chance. We tried for about 6 weeks until we got to the point where we were worried something was wrong. He had lost a decent amount of weight. Last night I gave in and cooked some thighs on the trager so I didnt have to heat up the house. Dog devoured 2 bowls last night and licked his bowl clean this morning. So ya, he wins. Jerk dog.....
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Old 06-14-2017, 11:31 AM   #20
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Mine gets leftovers too. Sometimes I'll grill a burger for him though.
Jeanie, I've see the dishes you put together. He gets some fine leftovers. I'm definitely jealous of your dog!!
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Ours get stuff after we have eaten. There are always parts of any meat that are disposed of anyway. Chicken skin, pieces of fat, burned edges...the dogs love them.
One of the big dogs favorite are the pieces of cartilage from spareribs. After we have eaten, I snap them off and the dogs will do anything to get one.
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My dogs get leftovers and I will also feed the big dogs trimmings when I am trimming meat before I cook
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Jeanie, I've see the dishes you put together. He gets some fine leftovers. I'm definitely jealous of your dog!!
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So you accepted an invitation to dinner at a "friends" house knowing they feed the dogs from the table while you kicked them in the ribs under the table?
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It was the wife's doing, the husband felt as I did.

I am one of those that realize the difference between pets and children.
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Old 06-15-2017, 08:31 AM   #26
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It was the wife's doing, the husband felt as I did.

I am one of those that realize the difference between pets and children.
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Realizing the difference between animals and humans is a good thing. Abusing either of them is wrong.

That being said I can imagine you wernt hurting the dogs. Id guess it was more of an annoyance to them.
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Old 06-15-2017, 08:52 AM   #27
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Nah. I keep trash rib bones in the freezer after we have ribs and give them a treat every now and then. I might be willing to smoke an ear for them. No BBQ goes to the dogs except for what doesnt get cleaned off the floor after we eat. I guess it could be okay but I dont let the dogs inside while we eat so they arent under and around the table.
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