Here’s another splendid option that suits Russ and his scottie friend. Thanks Russ for sharing this!
We feed our little boy 50 grams of kibble ( Acana grain free ) and 25 grams of cooked lamb, turkey, chicken, bison, or salmon twice a day. Allergy testing revealed that he is allergic to corn, soy, beef, and of all things RICE! He is o.k. with wheat, so for treats we use spoonsized shredded wheat biscuits. He was having some acid reflux issues first thing in the morning, so the vet suggested a bedtime snack. It worked like a charm. His step-sister, the hound mix, that we rescued gets the same at feeding time although roughly twice the ration as per her size.
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I give my two Scottie boys and wire fox terrier girl carrot chunks as treats. The carrots are crunchy and sweet and the dogs love them. Also carrots are much more affordable than the doggie treats from the pet shop. 🙂
I gave our Scottie some uncooked beef marrow bones over a period of several days. (one each day or every other day) He loved them, of course. But, today he has had loose bowels and this evening he threw up part of his dinner (about two hours after he ate his usual meal.) He did not have any marrow bones today.
Is there something special I should do for him besides not give him anymore bones?
Kay W. Yount
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