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Old 01-05-2013, 02:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Oh I never thought to freeze yogurt and PB in little cups. They would love that! I will definitely do some with just yogurt too.

Nikki, his pooping is normal but I will definitely take him to the vet if he continues. He has not thrown up since yesterday and he is still romping around like his usual self, so hopefully he will eat tonight and be back to normal. Fingers crossed.

I hope your nieces dog gets better soon! Thanks guys!


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The recipe for the treats is 32 oz yogurt and 1 cup of melted PB mix together scoop out and freeze.


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Thanks. I'm definitely going to try this recipe!! Ive bought frozen yogurt dog treats and they were pricy.


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Im going to make those peanut butter yogurt treats!! Thanks for sharing !
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Thanks for the recipe!!!


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Yay! Benjamin GOBBLED down his rice and yogurt just now. He has not been sick all day and hopefully will continue to feel fine after his bland meal.


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Hope Benjamin is all better now

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Thanks! He seems to be but I will keep him on bland rice and yogurt for the next meal or two to make sure.

I think Kari was right - I must have exasperated an already upset tummy with the beef from pot roast.


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Kibble fed dogs can and do get hunger pukes. My mini schnauzer gets them. She has a congenital liver and stomach problem and she doesn't digest her food right. If she eats too much it stays in her tummy too long and doesn't digest, and if she eats too little or goes too long without eating she vomits, but unless her liver is irritated it is not bile- it's just white and foamy. She has to eat every 6 hrs or she will puke, so yes, it can and does happen. She also has to have a very very low protein and low fat diet. She was eating nutro ultra- for 7 yrs - and was the only thing she could eat - without making her go on I've fluids- but now I'm switching her to the grain free nutro- with 21% protein and 12% fat. I know there are better foods out there- and our boxer puppy eats blue buffalo- but she is extremely sensitive and can only have a certain brand. I would def look into maybe getting your dogs bloodwork checked for liver enzyme counts- vomiting bile is not good- and a sign the liver or pancreas is upset or not working right. Also, some dogs can't handle the high protein in the foods such as the wilderness. I honestly would not worry about the coconut oil or pumpkin. I give my schnauzer one tsp coconut oil per day and it has actually helped her bloodwork. We just got it done one week ago


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Thats not hunger pukes. Hunger pukes are when the stomach has to much acid in it. When a dog has an empty stomach this acid irritates the stomach lining which in turn causes a hunger puke that is mainly yellow bile (excess stomach acid). Kibble stays in the stomach for up to 15hrs unlike Raw that only stays for about 4hrs.

You yourself have said your dog suffers from liver issues. Its an entirely different issue. Have you considered placing her on milk thistle to help support her liver?
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Thanks! He seems to be but I will keep him on bland rice and yogurt for the next meal or two to make sure.

I think Kari was right - I must have exasperated an already upset tummy with the beef from pot roast.


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Last summer, I made Maggie & Pheona banana yogurt treats. I just took some plain yogurt & mixed in some mashed bananas. Put it down some in the mini muffin pan & froze them. Then popped them out & put into another container. They make nice cool treats for the girls with how hot it gets down here.
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