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What's your dog's favourite food that isn't dog food?

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oxocube Tue 19-Jul-11 11:52:23

My golden retriever is very partial to spag bol, loves pancakes but her all-time favourite is cheese grin

ellangirl Tue 19-Jul-11 12:33:13

If they got their way, anything that I'm eating would go down a treat smile! Cheese or liver cake is good for training

effingwotnots Tue 19-Jul-11 12:40:24

My german shepherd eats apples. He waits patiently for the children finish theirs then eats the cores!

Cheese is also a firm favourite!

bosch Tue 19-Jul-11 12:41:16

Top three are stick, apple cores and cheese!

PerditaAlderton Tue 19-Jul-11 12:42:30

My German Shephard adores cheese too, and ice poles!

bosch Tue 19-Jul-11 12:44:01

Oh, wait a minute, I forgot to include football in that list hmm

violetwellies Tue 19-Jul-11 12:44:32

Baby rabbits eaten whole eeuyyuk shock

Mumswang Tue 19-Jul-11 12:44:44

Cheese. It's the only word that'll guarantee her coming back

Marrow Tue 19-Jul-11 12:45:36

Apple cores and cheese for our lab!

ednurse Tue 19-Jul-11 12:46:00

She's a Beagle....so ANYTHING grin

munstersmum Tue 19-Jul-11 12:52:21

Where to start?

You just need to see his face when given a cherry tomato & he bites into it for that juicy burst grin

Another one for apple cores and has just taken to helping himself direct from tree as lower branches drooping they are so laden.

Cheese, cheesy puffs, carrot, peppers, toast.......mango, ice cream!

In 11 years have established does not like lettuce, peas & sprouts.

Ormirian Tue 19-Jul-11 12:54:51

Sofas, dining chairs, teddies, playmobil...

At the rescue when we picked up Harley a Neapolitan Mastiff had just arrived. Very malnourished and thin sad Apparently his owners, because he was an 'Italian dog', had fed him on spag bol. No honestly!

thestringcheeseincident Tue 19-Jul-11 12:56:05

salmon or any fish really. drives him MAD.

BitOfFun Tue 19-Jul-11 12:58:09

Roast chicken.

QueenofJacksDreams Tue 19-Jul-11 13:03:23

Crisps and Bananas he's a JRT and those are the only food he will beg for normally he wouldn't even come in the room if we're eating but all bets are off with those two!

DooinMeCleanin Tue 19-Jul-11 13:54:15

Cheese for all of them, the stinkier the better, although Devil Dog is also rather partial to mince cooked or raw.

Weearchiesmum Tue 19-Jul-11 13:58:13

My springer will eat anything....apart from salt and vinegar crisps!

wildfig Tue 19-Jul-11 13:59:58

Dog 1 loves ham, asparagus, cheese of any kind (she's a canape girl), chicken wings, cooked chicken, sardines, mince and horse manure. She couldn't possibly pick a favourite.

Dog 2 loves bananas, but more than anything else, butter. Given the chance, he can scoff a whole packet in one go. He also has a deathwish love of chocolate, and also any meat that sets off his IBS. He's more of a Pete Doherty character.

hiccymapops Tue 19-Jul-11 14:00:49

Cheese here too, although pester me is an understatement if I open a tin of tuna grin

wildfig Tue 19-Jul-11 14:00:53

NB we don't feed him butter. My kitchen's got a lot tidier since he learned he could reach the counter tops.

Ephiny Tue 19-Jul-11 14:03:43

Cheese is the favourite here too, though he will quite literally eat anything.

oxocube Tue 19-Jul-11 14:14:34

oh forgot about the raw meat and horse poo shock. Ds will now often make two sandwiches - one for him and one for the dog grin

OldLadyKnowsNothing Tue 19-Jul-11 14:17:11

Shavings from the hooves of horses, and several varieties of poo.

BeerTricksPotter Tue 19-Jul-11 14:17:44

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claracluck71 Tue 19-Jul-11 14:21:36

I think I must have a rather odd dog - she's very partial to cauliflower, broccoli, carrots...in fact most raw veg. She even went so far as to dig up and eat all my cauliflower and sprout plants from the garden, and she will help herself to carrots once they've grown too!

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