Discussing Questions And Answers About Sauces For Dog Food

Chris asks…

Is it bad to give your dog this?

Is it bad to put a little bit of ranch or bbq sauce on your dogs food every once in a while? Not a lot… just like a table spoon mixed in with his food?

Jimmy answers:

People food is not good for dogs, especially sauces. They can have reactions to it, get diarrhea, and other problems. Stick to regular dog food – they’ll be better off.

Helen asks…

How do you stop dogs eating poo?

My dog tends to eat fox poo when she finds it in the feild. How can i stop her eating stuff she finds and picks up?

Jimmy answers:

My dogs did that for ages,
give them abit of extra food or when your out walking take along some snacks and keep her close to you and give her treats if she behaves.
Another way, and this sounds ridiculous but works, when you see a peice of poo she’s going to eat, poor a little amount of chilli sauce (tobasco) over it, can put them off for life.

Mandy asks…

What are some easy to make finger foods?

What are some easy to make finger foods for a 9 month old? SHe has 6 teeth and is pretty good at chewing small peices of stuff. I usually make her a cheese and turkey sandwhich but I am sure she would l ike some other stuff. Any ideas?

Jimmy answers:

Little squares of toast with butter or all-fruit jam, cooked peas & carrots, Cheerios, banana slices, cooked sticky rice balls, cut-up cooked ravioli with parmesan cheese & butter sauce, scrambled eggs, soft breadsticks, stir-fried tofu chunks…

Those are some of the things I remember my son enjoyed at that age. The best thing you can do is try to introduce a LOT of different flavors, textures, etc, so she doesn’t become a picky eater. My son was eating spicy Indian food, sushi (Calif rolls…no raw fish) and teriyaki before age 1, and now that he’s 5 he’ll eat pretty much ANYTHING. By age 1 she should be eating pretty much anything you eat, with the exception of honey (botulism risk) and the obvious choking hazards (grapes, hot dogs, raw carrots, raisins, peanut butter, etc). And stay away from the pre-packaged garbage that is marketed to kids (pre-made meals, etc). They are full of sodium, sugar, preservatives, etc. Feed her REAL food!

Good luck! There are a lot of library books you could get too that have lots of different ideas for kids’ food at different ages.

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