Murreydobe· Sea Hag
My guys get an extra large milk bone every night when Gary comes home from work. LOL, and if I run out of them, we almost have a riot here.
That's my feeling as well. I'd say mine prefer Scooby Snacks taste-wise, but the sheer size of the extra large Milk Bones makes them the overwhelming favorite. They're greedy little suckers!micdobe said:It' But if they expressed such a preference for a particular brand of treat, I'd let them have one occasionally, I don't see it hurting anything.
The extra large ones are probably 5-6" long. I buy them in Petsmart. The markets around here do stock the large dog milk bones, which are still larger than the "average" size dog biscuit.Dobedad said:How big are these milk bones? Any that we give are gone in milliseconds although I've only ever seen ones that are around an inch or two in length?
Yeah, there are 3 big bags of fish skins in my refrigerator right now..they like them, too. (no shortage of treats around this house).2dobesuk said:The favourite in our house at the moment are crispy fish skins and also fish biscuits which are completely natural. Do you have those over there?
I ordered them online from sitstay.com . They're called Icelandic Dried Fish Skins-expensive, but the dogs do love them. They also love the freeze dried salmon available thru sitstay.comnatdobe said:I've never seen the fish skins or biscuits here. I'll bet the dogs would love them though.
Liver brownies go over big, and as Bug said, they don't get diarrhea from them, which can be a big issue when you use it for bait in the ring.dobebug said:I make liver cookies for the handler and every one loves those and they don't tend to cause the diarrhea that often comes along with giving liver, roll over etc for bait.
Because liver brownie recipes generally use a lot of oatmeal. Oatmeal holds the brownies together well, especially since they can go through a lot of abuse in a handler's pocket.Okie-dobie said:Why does the liver not give them diarrhea?
Even dogs who aren't highly food motivated seem to get enthusiastic about them..but I'm just as glad the handler I have now uses chicken or string cheese for bait.BackInBlack said:As much as they looooove nasty, stinky stuff, Im sure they would think those were yum yum yummy!
I'm going to bump this up, in the hopes Dobebug will see it and can respond.DobeMom616 said:Cool!! Fish brownies sound superb! Do you liquify the fish too? About how much fish do you use? Is it fresh or canned fished with or without oil? I would like to try the fish ones. Cole did not care for the liver ones.