Elroy: Standard Poodle
What human whole food fruit or vegetable treats do you give your poodle? So far I've found that Elroy likes Bananas, carrots, and blueberries. He's turned down green beans and apples.
The trims of the asparagus, the ends of cucumbers, broccoli stalks, trimmed of skin, the stalks of lettuce and cabbage (sometimes), the green tips of radishes. I explain that most dogs like carrots (she likes them cooked; I think it is the lack of many molars), no go. All meat, of course, although chicken is now a problem.What human whole food fruit or vegetable treats do you give your poodle? So far I've found that Elroy likes Bananas, carrots, and blueberries. He's turned down green beans and apples.
My 3 month old Tpoo puts everything she can grab in her mouth. I have to put her in her crate when I eat or she'll jump all over me to get to the food. You would think I didn't feed her 3 balanced meals a day with carrots, broccoli and a little plain Greek yogurt for snacks. Yep. Still training... lolOld man Teddy (toy poodle) turns his nose up at any and all vegetables and treats anything but meat, raw or cooked with total disdain. His look says very clearly 'Are you trying to poison me human?'. One year old Ernie, (miniature poodle) loves anything that will fit into his mouth. If it comes off the table its his! Of course this means we have to be super careful about what may be on the table as he is a champion counter/table surfer. We are gradually teaching him not to grab anything and everything that he sees. I think the only vegetable that he just played with for a while but didn't eat was a Broadbean! The little monkey dances along the sides of the tables and counters on his hind legs to see if he can spot anything within reach. It's actually very funny to watch him doing this as he is also trying to keep one eye on us to see if we are watching him. If he sees our eyes turn his way he makes a fast grab for whatever is within reach before we get to him. Lot of training still needed here