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Hi all ...
Just curious ...
What is it safe to give to a young pup as a treat?
We're not HUGELY enthusiastic about giving treats too regularly or for every little well done task, BUT would like to give our little guy a small surprise treat every now & then.
What is a good / are some good household food items that are safe to give a pup?
Thanks all!
And Happy Holidays!!!
 

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Awesome Jare!
Thanks for chiming in!
Been getting a lot of great feedback on the forums since joining.
Just trying to be cautious of the steps i take in a few different areas so i know the questions might seem a little silly but just wanted to make sure not to give him something that might harm him.
the stuff you mentioned sounds great and if it wasnt because im still full id head to the kitchen to make myself a snack !
LOL! :)
 

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Hi Kérstan,
LOL! ...
[Liver is NOT a household item in my household. lol.]
BUT ...
with a new member in the family - you never know!
Thanks! : )
 

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Carrots, raw pieces, or slightly cooked.
Apple slices can work too.

A hint on the liver jerky/ dehydrated... you'll not want to give too much.. or it's a bit messy out the other end ;)

if you're feeding kibble, you can also just use that as a reward too. 1 or 2 pieces at a time.
 

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My man loves apple, and usually takes it away to eat it. He has gotten a corn chip now and then, just because it's soo cute when he crunches it. A little pepperoni or hot dog if for special treats as well.
 

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@Heartbeat2k9,
s'more good ideas - thanks again.

@jkliveng,
Mick looks like a lot of fun!
Thanks for feedback!
 
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