Comments on People Food: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Kayla - 252817   

6/8/2012 11:57:17 AM

Bella's been acting strange.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

12/26/2011 7:01:28 AM

good article, thanks

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Disgruntled   London, UK, NOT USA, YT

11/8/2011 3:36:41 PM

WHENEVER I TRY TO CLOSE THE AD, IT OPENS UP A POP-UP WINDOW, AND IT WON'T CLOSE. I can't read your
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Lillian Fina   Lockport, NY

7/31/2011 8:40:07 AM

People are telling me that giving my dog canned apricots or peaches are bad for the dog. Are They?

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Alie   Tishomingo, MS

7/15/2011 7:05:05 AM

I feed my dog a little bit of people food.But only dog friendly kind.Its actually good for him.Greasy fried foods are not really healthy for dogs.Most people say people food makes a dog a picky eater.It's not the case with Pepper!

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Nick   South Lake, KS

6/15/2010 9:52:13 AM

It always amazes me that people forget about grapes. I've complied a huge list of harmful dog food at my site www.bestdogfooddiets.com - Its a must read before any food is given to your dog. Dont delay!

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Kristi   Springfield, MA

5/24/2010 9:45:47 AM

The list is usually longer. Here is a website I found. Can anyone verify
this?

http://www.peteducation.com/article. cfm?c=2+1659&aid=1030

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Penny   Zumbrota, MN

1/4/2010 8:39:59 AM

Also, for people looking for tasty human food for their dog, remember that dogs have one-sixth the number of taste buds as humans do. Their sense of smell is what has to be "tasty" to them.

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Penny   Zumbrota, MN

1/4/2010 8:33:19 AM

A nutrition vet at the U of M said to add tomatoes and avocados to this list. Ever heard of this?

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Joy   Grand Haven, MI

9/21/2009 3:47:55 PM

good basic information. . .but I thought that nuts, at least peanuts, are also dangerous for dogs. Should that hae been inclded too?

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

7/27/2009 5:39:15 PM

Helpful article-thanks!

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Thelma   McAllen, TX

7/22/2009 1:03:49 AM

dear
Gloira,
I give my little poodle Greenies size teenie, even it says that can be eaten daily I only give them to him twice a week. He loves them and are good for teeth and breath.

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gloira   montreal, QC

4/29/2009 4:23:32 PM

My little yorkie loves to chew, chew on a bone and cannot find one that is not either nylabone, which she does not like, or rawhide which I gave in one day and gave her a bad stomach. She has atopic dermatitis, which is an allergy, and need to fine one that she can tolerate. Can anyone suggest
one.
Thanks

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Courtney   Baltimore, MD

1/27/2009 6:27:05 AM

Very helpful info. Thanks

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susie   Sun City, AZ

1/18/2009 4:34:08 PM

This is great, cause Iam comfused as to what to feed my baby, Well, shes a year old and 4 months. I would like to know what you guys give yours? I feed her Nutro Natural choice. Is that bad? Please someone, tell me. I dont want to kill my little maltipoo, Ali. Susie

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MARIE   WARSAW, IN

12/20/2008 3:12:38 PM

I HAD HEARD THAT GARLIC WAS GOOD FOR OUR DOG..I HAVE BEEN ADDING IT TO HER ( HEATED ...LOL ) DOG FOOD...WHAT DOES IT DO FOR THEM OR IS IT BAD....I REALLY HOPE NOT BAD....

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Denise   Atlanta, GA

6/19/2008 12:12:45 PM

We feed our labrador macaroni and cheese with chicken, and spagetti with meat sauce- Is it better than regular dog food?

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Maria Elisabeth MUSSENDEN   Gainesville, FL

1/8/2008 12:21:58 PM

Your information about onions has been the most useful and specific I ever found. I heard, and read that onions are not good for dogs, but, does it mean the raw onion.... the cooked onion .... sauces containing onion? You answered that question. this really is kind of difficult! If you read almost every dish has onions. Seasoning salts have onion! Pre-mixed dishes ... salads. Onions are everywhere! And sadly I love them! What could be healthier substitutes that "perk-up dishes, serve as moisteners or basters for meats, and add to the flavor, and still I can share with my dog, without having to cook a meal for me, and another to my dog (anyway, my dog likes my meals, even though I give her as her main diet commercial foods, including Science Hill. The issue of onions seems fairly recent. Not long ago, I bought the book "BONE APPETIT!:Gourmet Cooking For Your Dog" by Suzan Anson. As I looked at it, I saw ... page 88 Scottish Soup - 1 onion, chopped ......page 90 Vegetarian Dog Chowder - 1 clove garlic, minced; 1 onion, coarsely chopped .... page 94 Bouvier's Beef Pie - 8 small white onions, peeled.... As I glance from the book, the recipes with onions go on and on.... This book is ISBN: 0-942257-13-8. Now, it was published in 1989. So .... what happened to dogs before we discovered all this? Are all onions bad ... the red. the pearl .... scallions.... vidalia. Are some worse than others. What about the green onions? I showed this book to the store employee - a store that really caters to natural, health oriented dog and pet products. To her dismay, she retrieved the books from the shelve. I kept mine to show people, how careful you have to be. And this author in her acknowledgement section lists several names of sources of consultation in the preparation for her book, including the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell
University!

Anyway, thanks for your information!

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steve   salina, OK

11/30/2007 12:43:30 PM

turkey causes pancritest in dogs

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Nick   conroe, TX

9/5/2007 5:40:45 AM

Wow i dont know i need help my dog loves to eat everything hotdogs any human food you can name she wont eat her dog food so im worried help me! ps shes a minture daushund also i spelled wrong

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