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    Default What dog biscuits are healthy?

    What do you all recommend as a healthy dog biscuit to give when you switch to one meal/day?
    My girls simply do not eat much and never eat kibble in the morning. I have put the kibble in a kong, mixed it with good human stuff, all of that stuff, but they just wint have it.
    I am thinking of offering a healthy biscuit just to give them some nutrition in the morning and then their kibble in the evening. I dont mind giving them fruits and veggies, but they seem to prefer a biscuit. I have some of the NB Sweet potato and fish biscuits, but I dont know if they are nutritious enough to have one every morning.

    Thay also get the NB turkey rool (cut up) as a treat. I guess I could give them a little of that as a morning snack.
    Any ideas?
    Last edited by Harley & Carley; 18th April 2007 at 04:21 AM.
    Mom to Harley & Carley (7months)

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    The only biscuit Molly will eat are Greenie Biscuits. They come in two varieties:
    http://www.petco.com/Shop/petco_Prod...ID_100104.aspx
    http://www.petco.com/Shop/petco_Prod...ID_100104.aspx

    She just loves them
    Molly and Cooper's mom, Bev

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    Kodee just got Wellness Yogurt, Apple and Banana and loves them. Unfortunately they do have rice protein concentrate. It is popular in alot of pet foods. Their website does state they dont use the current China supplier involved in recent recall... but they fail to admit its another China supplier. I emailed them, as I want clarification it not ANY China supplier before continuing.

    At this point I say "lets go bake doggie biscuits".

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    Wellness Bites and Old Mother Hubbard's dog biscuits are two good ones.
    ~Heather

    New mom to Bella Mia, born 2/11/07

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    Speaking of greenie biscuits-- you can get a free sample--
    http://www.greenies.com/en_US/2K6Sam...1001s_greenies

    I hope that works-- if not google greenies and it will come up. sandy

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    California Naturals Health Bars are great (full of vitamins) as are Innovo biscuits (no grains!).

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