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Can dogs have crackers?

I have one and I take it with some of the things I feed it. Usually it is in the morning but I did have it at night and I just don't think it liked it but I just gave it some more.

It seems to get sick when we go camping with us. They are pretty rough for the most part. I know they can't have everything. I don't like to be mean or harsh but when I cook food that I know will make them sick they just don't care. I don't think they know what they are doing is wrong and they just do it. I usually feed them food in the morning and night and they will eat a little after that. Sometimes they don't eat as much after the first time.

I don't get it. I've never had a problem with dogs and eating my leftover food. I think they are a lot smarter than we think.

Just because they like it, doesn't mean they should get it all the time. Even if they like it, it may not be the best food for them. It can make their digestion worse, or can upset their tummy or even make them sick.

There's nothing I can do about my dog, I was a dog owner and got my dog when she was a puppy from a shelter. She was rescued from an owner with my friend. She ate all my food that was left. And she loves it. That's just how it is with dogs. They always want what you eat. Just don't give them what you don't want them to have, otherwise they get it. But when we go camping we take the left overs from the last night's dinner. If it's beef, we put some bread in it. I'm sure your dog will appreciate that.

Just because they like it, doesn't mean they should get it all the time. Even if they like it, it may not be the best food for them. It can make their digestion worse, or can upset their tummy or even make them sick.

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Just because they like it, doesn't mean they should get it all the time. Even if they like it, it may not be the best food for them. It can make their digestion worse, or can upset their tummy or even make them sick.

If your dog is healthy and he needs an occasional treat, then give him what he wants. Otherwise, it will be best to feed them something else.

Just because they like it, doesn't mean they should get it all the time. Even if they like it, it may not be the best food for them. It can make their digestion worse, or can upset their tummy or even make them sick.

If your dog is healthy and he needs an occasional treat, then give him what he wants. Otherwise, it will be best to feed them something else.

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I guess if they're small like a teacup, they will drink most of it. There's no problem with this.

If they drink it at night though, and have a big appetite in the morning, then we'd need to stop them from eating as much.

My dog is very small. We don't have a problem with him having too much food.

Just because they like it, doesn't mean they should get it all the time. Even if they like it, it may not be the best food for them. It can make their digestion worse, or can upset their tummy or even make them sick.

If your dog is healthy and he needs an occasional treat, then give him what he wants. Otherwise, it will be best to feed them something else.

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I guess if they're small like a teacup, they will drink most of it. There's no problem with this.

If they drink it at night though, and have a big appetite in the morning, then we'd need to stop them from eating as much.

My dog is very small. We don't have a problem with him having too much food.

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You'll have to feed them less when they get older. But they won't starve themselves, so they don't need to cut back their meals that much.

I am not sure if that link is the right one. I'm trying to find out if you can tell a certain amount of weight for a certain amount of time to get an idea for them. My vet said that my dog had to lose some weight, but I'm not sure which is best.

My puppy would die with out treats. I'm not sure if we're making him any worse.

Also, he will always eat more if I hold it in front of him and he'll even eat the whole thing if I hold it with out showing it to him. So, in my opinion, he doesn't need to have so much food.

He has never been sick from eating too much food.

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It's best to keep your pup healthy, not starving him. But you can put some things on the side and feed less.

My vet advised me to cut back a bit of my dog's food after a while.

But if she had a few treats, she wouldn't have been eating less.

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My puppy has such issues with his teeth that I think it could help him when we start taking him to the vet.

I'm not sure what's best.

Does your dog come from an environment with lots of other dogs?

When they chew on him, is it because he's just trying to play or because he needs to get his teeth cleaned?

I think it's important to talk to the vet about what you're doing, so he/she can really tell if the problem is an eating problem or something else.

I also worry about putting too much in my dog's mouth, so I think a smaller amount of food each day might be better for him.

Do you just feed him on a regular schedule?

If you feed him on a schedule, do you feed him too much every time?

My dog likes to chew on stuff. I think my mom taught him