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My dog only listens to me when i have treats


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My dog only listens to me when i have treats. The problem is, my treats are all dried out and crumbly, and my dog will eat it anyways. I don't want to keep buying treats, and i've been trying to think of some good substitutes. Something that my dog might actually eat. Any suggestions?

My dogs love peanut butter, and they will eat it, but the problem is, it is really hard to get, and not always easy to spread, especially when the dog isn't eating it at the time. What are some good things that my dogs might like better?

The easiest way is to just give your dog a good treat like freeze dried food to chew on when you give it peanut butter. Peanut butter works well because it's bland, and the taste won't make a difference in the treat and its consistency.

Another solution, is to try giving your dog something bland that is also easy to spread and won't make the peanut butter taste bad (like dry dog food). To make the peanut butter taste better, mix in some of the pln dry dog food with the peanut butter.

If your dog doesn't eat the dry dog food, then just mix in some peanut butter.

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My dog doesn't really have a choice. I only feed him the dry food, which is better than what I've been feeding him for the past 2 years. I didn't want to keep wasting food. The peanut butter actually tastes better than the food. I mix it in with a little of the dry food, and I usually give him a full bowl of both.

Do not give your dog peanut butter. If they have a food allergy to peanuts, they will not have a safe tolerance to a peanut butter based treat. The best thing you can do is mix in some kibble or chicken and rice (which has the same amino acids as meat and is also nutritious and a much more palatable option).

My dog gets an allergy test (for skin allergies) every year and this has been the most common allergy for dogs. It's caused by the peanut oil.

The vet sd he will never have a peanut allergy.

He says he can only tolerate pln meat (so if I put in peanut butter, he will have to eat it), he has tried adding a teaspoon to his dry food, he still has a peanut allergy.

He has a peanut butter allergy.

There is no way you can get around this allergy. He will NOT tolerate any combination that includes peanut butter, even if you mix it in with a different kind of food. It could work in kibble or ground beef, but not ground turkey. (And even then, he would have to eat a tiny bit of it every day.)

I would say there are no safe options. Not only are there ingredients in peanut butter that aren't safe for an animal, but dogs who are allergic can get really sick from any sort of nut allergy.

The good news is that he's happy and healthy, so that makes it easy to overlook this issue. And there's no better place than your own home to experiment and figure out what he can and can't eat safely. :)

And that's a good thing.

But as far as making it a routine food, you can start mixing in a tablespoon of the peanut butter with the dry food. You'll have to experiment.

He has a peanut butter allergy.

There is no way you can get around this allergy. He will NOT tolerate any combination that includes peanut butter, even if you mix it in with a different kind of food. It could work in kibble or ground beef, but not ground turkey. (And even then, he would have to eat a tiny bit of it every day.)

I would say there are no safe options. Not only are there ingredients in peanut butter that aren't safe for an animal, but dogs who are allergic can get really sick from any sort of nut allergy.

The good news is that he's happy and healthy, so that makes it easy to overlook this issue. And there's no better place than your own home to experiment and figure out what he can and can't eat safely. :)

And that's a good thing.

But as far as making it a routine food, you can start mixing in a tablespoon of the peanut butter with the dry food. You'll have to experiment.

My little girl is allergic to all nuts and she is fine, but the problem was it was in the dry food. If she had other food it would be different but not good. So it was no use.

Also, it is very important to make sure to have a bowl for her to drink water out of. And she must drink water out of that bowl too.

We have been to vets, but what I have read doesn't really say they give away recommendations. Also, we want to make sure he has a routine and it's just like eating a human. But you sd he can eat from a human diet, that means we should be able to.

There are a few websites that have recipes, you can find them by searching "peanut butter dog recipes." There are also commercial products, like the ones on Amazon, but the websites have lots of recipes for you to try.

What I did to find ingredients that were safe was to go to a pet food superstore, like Petco or Petsmart, and asked the vet what to look out for when trying to find safe recipes. As I mentioned, I'm not a vet, so he can't give me any suggestions about specific brands or products.

I wanted to get them the most expensive peanut butter we could afford, and the best brand. I was going to try the Naturals one since that is what he used. But I saw that they only had one and I did not want to get it only to find out they were only providing it to help the company out. I went to the grocery store where I found their PB brand, and found that they did not have the one that was sold online (but they sold another flavor). It was also more expensive than the one I wanted.

There was another brand I saw that was peanut-free and had zero ingredients listed, and they did have a picture of peanut butter, but was more expensive than the brand I found online.

We bought a jar of PB in the grocery store, and a little contner of peanut butter flakes to give to him. He is much better now, but I'm still having problems with my own allergies. I have to use an EpiPen or Mylan before I eat anything. I would have bought one of those peanut-free jars if I had known how easy it would be to make.

Since it's peanut free, I think I'm going to use it for my dog's peanut butter and tell him it's for me.

I also found a brand of peanut-free pet treats from a supplement company, they only have one flavor, but it was good.

I've found many recipes on the internet, but the one that I liked was from "Slim Fast Peanut-Free Diet" I didn't like their first recipe (you need a lot of ingredients). The second recipe I found worked well and I had a lot of ingredients.

Thank you for that information! What you recommended about the recipe worked perfectly for me. My kibble was in a big



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