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We give our dog specific dog friendly peanut butter but what alternatives can you give them.

I have heard people using yoghurt as a spread on licki mats.

Bossclaz
27 days ago
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jcd
jcd23 days ago

https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-treat-reviews/2154/kong-easy-treat

You can get liver and fish pastes too which are good

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HollyDolly22
HollyDolly2223 days ago

you can get doggie version of peanut butter 🙂 maybe doggie ice cream or wet nice smelling dog food? my dogs are on a strict diet so this is hard lol

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lornaae
lornaae22 days ago

Natural yoghurt (in small amounts) is good, especially in the summer when it is hot as it can be a nice cold treat to cool them down

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ldnnorton
ldnnorton22 days ago

I bought a tube of liver paste from our vet. Occasionally I also use Primula cheese as it has no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. My 2 love both. Image

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davidstockport
davidstockport22 days ago

Unless peanut butter contains XYLITOL which is an artificial sweetener that seems to be recognised by the dog as sugar, which then causes an over production of insulin which then causes hypoglycemia resulting in death to dogs (in most cases), normal peanut butter in reasonable quantities should do no real harm.

Even a very small amount of XYLITOL (look for it in ingredients) is likely to kill a healthy dog.

If you suspect a dog has eaten anything containing xylitol, symptoms are vomiting, weakness, staggering, decreased activity, incoordination, collapse and seizures. The first aid is to rub anything containing sugar onto the dogs gums and teeth, then get the dog to a vet as soon as possible. Don't try pushing sugary stuff down the dog's throat it's got enough problems without being choked as well.

Should perhaps add that dogs with liver problems should not be given peanut butter that contains too much salt.

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