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Old 02-02-2013, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My eight year old girls eat in the car (snacks, burgers you name it lol). I don't want cooper to feel left out but don't want him eating their junk either. Do you feed your dog in the car and if yes what do u feed them?


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Sometimes i feed my two little bits of their own usual food that we keep in the glovie in a zip lock bag for that purpose, especially in the winter like now because it keeps cool in there. But I have to clean everything up if anyone leaves burger wrappers or coffee cups in the car because our dogs will try to eat the wrappers and whatnot.
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My son loves his peanut butter and jelly. But because its a banned substance from school he meets us in the parking lot and eats in the car. I've never thought about Murphy feeling left out. I know he sniffs and is desparate for a bite but I guess I deprive him. Lol.

My son always lets him lick his face when he's finished. So I guess he does get a treat!
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I'm probably a lot older than you guys... My kids are grown up and have their own children... I have never eaten in my car and would never allow anyone else to eat there... If we were going on a long trip, we would take breaks on facilities available on the trip, which would usually include toilets...

Saying this, I know that all my grand kids eat in their parents cars...
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We don't usually travel far enough to worry about the dogs eating in the car.
However, when we had our last foster dog, she didn't appreciate riding in the backseat with the other dogs and would growl and cry and make an overall pathetic case for herself.
We started handing each dog a bully stick as soon as they got in the car and this fixed Blue's issue. (However peeling them away from their treats to get out was a different story!)
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No never have, no need to. The girls eat twice a day and that is usually when we are in a hotel anyway so that's where they eat. If we're camping then they eat at the campsite too. If they ever did get something it would be a natural dog treat


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