I dunno, is it? It definitely shouldn't be given to a dog with a corn allergy (pretty common). I also don't give any flavored kind - just unsalted and unbuttered plain popcorn. Actually, our obedience trainer recommended it to teach a dog to catch. It really works!I thought popcorn was bad for dogs. That's what my friend told me, at least.
LOL what the heck was that?
Most popcorn is bad for HUMANS! lolHmm...my friend told me that popcorn was bad for dogs...
Egg isn't bad for dogs, or at least not for all dogs. I feed Gir EVO red meat large bites, and egg is pretty high up on the ingredient list. Not only is it not harming her, but she's never looked or acted healthier.I don't normally buy treats, I will ocasionally, but I usually make my own, more often or not though, I just give things like carrots, chicken bits, green beans, egg (so I suppose I'm incapable of own a dog as well ), etc.
Nobody here is seriously suggesting that eggs or cheese are bad for dogs (in moderation). It's kind of an inside joke, based on that thread that CurbsideEgg isn't bad for dogs, or at least not for all dogs. .....
As for cheese, I've heard that it's bad for dogs, and I'm not risking giving any to Gir. My sister occasionally gives some to her dog, though, and her dog hasn't gotten sick from it.
OK I guess I should read some more threads so I'm a bit more familiar with what goes on on these boards. Sorry about that.Nobody here is seriously suggesting that eggs or cheese are bad for dogs (in moderation). It's kind of an inside joke, based on that thread that Curbside
Prophet linked to. We all got a good laugh out of that one.