Discussing Questions And Answers About Sauces For Dog Food

Steven asks…

Picnic or cookout food ideas besides the norm?

Got some ideas other than hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, potato salad, macaroni salad, baked beans, corn on cob, deviled eggs and fruit salad? Sorry for the long “besides” list, but my family is bored of the same old same old at gatherings. I appreciate any suggestions.

Jimmy answers:

Humus with a veggie plate
chips and salsa
bacon wrapped steak
pickles wrapped in cream cheese and turkey
cookie sandwiches
ribs with BBQ sauce
hope i helped a little! Have a good day! :)

Chris asks…

what is a good smelling dog kibble for picky eaters?

I have a 10 yr old dog who has given up eating her kibble since it does not smell enough. What is a good smelling kibble to entice her back to eating?

Jimmy answers:

When my senior dog gave up kibble, it was due to gum disease. If your dog has been vet checked and there is no medical reason for her to be off her food…you can try mixing a little canned food in with her kibble. Buy the smelliest kind you can find…what is offensive to you is great to them. I found the liver kind worked for my dog. There are also dog gravies and sauces that enhance the dining experience. And if nothing else works…one tablespoon of wet cat food mixed in with kibble is a no fail solution. (Cat food does have more protein and isn’t good for dogs but in small amounts is OK)

Betty asks…

Do you feed your dog people food?

Occasionally, my Mom would feed her 87pound rottweiler a quarter pounder from McDonalds. About two miles before we could see a McDonalds, her dog would go bonkers.

Jimmy answers:

No one should eat McDonald’s but there are foods that people eat that are also appropriate for dogs.

I sometimes supplement with leftover green beans, rice, plain meats (not any meat that I’ve spiced or cooked in a sauce and not any meat trimmings that are very fatty), plain yogurt. There are a lot of so called “people foods” that dogs absolutely should not eat, like chocolate and onions. There are plenty of lists available on the internet outlining foods that are toxic to dogs.

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