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Old 01-21-2013, 05:10 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Ive had better luck with these...
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Chagall seems to be the only poodle to experience digestive upset (puddin' poop) from these. He loved them, but they didn't love him quite so much in return. Really stink-free chewies have a lot of appeal (to me, he cares not!). Maybe I'll give them another try. Thanks for the reminder, Ms Stella!
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OMG Miss Stella,
These are like doggie crack! My spoo started licking the box as the UPS man handed it to me. It also gave us a chance to get in some manners training. Charlie at 11 months old, has never had food aggression issues before, but when I tried to take this from him-- well let's just say he was swiftly corrected. We then practiced me giving it to him and then taking it away and giving it back. He soon learned if he gave it up he would get it back with lots of love and praise, so he learned a great lesson today.

Yesterday was the first time he had one and today his poo is on the soft side, but it maybe just from running a lot at the dog park or just the introduction of something new. The price couldn't be beat, if he does well on them I'm definitely ordering more.
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Looks like we'll be ordering more. These are a winner.
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Looks like we'll be ordering more. These are a winner.
Glad he loves them too. We are out right now. Madonna really loves them too.
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Jewel loves these too. I have been free feeding them. Some days she doesn't even sniff them and sometimes she works on a few at the same time. No poo issues for her but sometimes she throws up. Not sure if it is from these or not. I did notice when she gets them chewed to the point where they are small enough to fit in her mouth that she sometimes swallows the remainder whole. I try to catch her before this happens so I can take it away. She is too quick most of the time.
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