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    Doggy Cookies

    When the kids were all home we always had a scrap eating dog around. We like dogs but there is no one around any more to take care of one. When the last one died we decided not to keep one any more.

    However, my sons both have big old dogs that they bring over to visit grandpa.

    Any left over meat or fish that normally would be thrown out, I save in the freezer. When I get enough, I make doggy cookies.

    Chop up the meat, mix with an egg and some flour until it is a cookie dough consistancey. Then I bake, freeze and store them in a zip lock bag. When the doggies come over I pop a couple in the micro wave.

    Now when they come over they stare and whine at the freezer door until I give them their treat.

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    I thought this thread was going to be about something else.

    Anyway. That's a cool idea.

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    I'm sending my dog to your house...AIR MAIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattm View Post
    I thought this thread was going to be about something else.

    Anyway. That's a cool idea.
    That's funny The old guy got edited.

    How about: " I made cookies in a style that a doggie would really enjoy."

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    I thought of that last night

    and thought my Dog would really like some of those. Then I thought "She like these leftovers she's been smellin more now" sho she already ate um. I agree, thats only sumpthin somebody who doesn't own a dog could make.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
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    Our dumb dog will not eat Mac & Cheese or really anything with cheese. What's up with that ? Maybe she's lactose intolerant.

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    This thread should have been titled Doggy Style.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    I have a chihuahua/Jack Russel mix named Wrecks and he adores ice. We don't have an ice dispenser on our fridge door. When I'm at my parents house, Wrecks stands in front of the fridge and cries until my mom gives him an ice cube. In the summer, he often gets his paws caught in the cooler because he tries to sneak in and steal ice while somebody is grabbing a beer.

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