Out of dog food as DH didn’t buy it! What can I give him this morning?

(17 Posts)
parrotonmyshoulder Fri 13-Dec-19 06:06:02

Poor dog! What can I feed him this morning? Haven’t got anything obvious...

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SexlessBoulderBelly Fri 13-Dec-19 06:08:55

Scrambled eggs?

damnitdamnit Fri 13-Dec-19 06:08:59

What about rice with something it's suppose to be good if they have upset stomachs

SexlessBoulderBelly Fri 13-Dec-19 06:09:08

Rice?

HalyardHitch Fri 13-Dec-19 06:09:49

Rice and chicken?

PenelopeFlintstone Fri 13-Dec-19 06:10:16

Toast
Weetabix with milk

chipsandpeas Fri 13-Dec-19 06:11:05

chicken or tuna

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HyggeHeart Fri 13-Dec-19 06:11:35

Chicken and rice? - this is what I give mine when he has an upset tummy.

parrotonmyshoulder Fri 13-Dec-19 06:11:35

He can’t eat gluten! Unless I want a very messy house when I get home.
Rice and scrambled egg it is.
Brain doesn’t work in the morning. I can manage kids’ packed lunches but wouldn’t want to be regularly cooking for a dog!

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IDespairOfTheHumanRace Fri 13-Dec-19 06:12:13

Scraps and leftovers (your husband that is) - full english for your dog obviously!

Frenchw1fe Fri 13-Dec-19 06:13:38

Tin of sardines. Good for his bones. Or raw meat. Even better.

parrotonmyshoulder Fri 13-Dec-19 06:24:05

He has been delighted with his breakfast and finishing off with a carrot!

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funmummy48 Fri 13-Dec-19 06:25:00

Feed him your DH? 😉

feelingsinister Fri 13-Dec-19 06:27:46

Mine love it when we run out of their food which generally happens when I've forgotten to defrost it.

Tuna, peppers and raw egg is a big favourite.

GertrudeCB Fri 13-Dec-19 06:31:15

Rice, fish and a bit of veg? Mind you, mine is a lab so he would eat anything and everything

OhWellThatsJustGreat Fri 13-Dec-19 06:35:47

Cheese scrambled egg, it's mines favourite, or minced turkey with gravy and rice.

DH, bread and water.

nopoli Fri 13-Dec-19 14:05:05

Scrambled egg and cheese is always my go-to in this scenario.

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