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So i want to start making my own healthy treats to give the girls as my vet said that every time i give them a packet treat its like us eating a mars bar!! so since last week i havent been giving the girls any treats!
Does any body have any low fat/heathy recipes i could cook/make the girls from scratch that will be better for them than the packet stuff u buy?
 

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Ah thank you very much! :) i shall have a look!!
I was just seeing if any 1 could share some favourites with me! :) x
 

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I'm sorry I can't give you any favorites of mine. I don't give my chi treats because I've been struggling with severe allergies with her; food and environment, so she's on a strict diet til I get her straightened out. I might give her a little carrot or a piece of brocoli or cauliflower every now & then. Maybe others will have favorites they feed their chis & offer it up to you.
 

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I don't have a recipe, but I stopped giving Radley treat last week as they don't overly agree with him. I now just chop up a cooked piece of chicken and spread it over a couple of little boxes, freeze one and put the other in the fridge.

I just give him a few little pieces when training or as a treat and he loves it, I only have to touch the tubs now and he runs in and does just about everything I ask of him.


AND no upset tummy!! :)
 

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My kids love baby carrots, green beans, bits of peeled and cored apples and melon in season. I've opted for that because I've got two that have weight issues. :)

The recipe I used to use has garlic powder in it and I guess that is very controversial now.
 
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