Yup, you guessed it, questions about alternative treats I feed my dogs. Well, not just treats, sometimes I'll mix it with their food. I usually feed them Beneful, original or the soyprotein, depending on which is available. They love that stuff, and they especially love Veggies and fruits. I'll buy them the occasional dog treats like Scooby Snacks or beggin strips (for large dogs which I cut in half and give them each a half) but I usually substitute that for veggie or fruit treats. Below is a list of what I usually give them, and I haven't had any problems with it but I want to be sure it's safe to give them... the web actually isn't that helpful that's why I'm posting it here. Carrots - raw and cooked Broccoli - cooked Apple - slices, with or without skin (Greedy only, Sissy doesn't like them) Banana Chips Mixed Greens - cooked (turnip, mustard, collard greens) Cabbage - cooked (they prefer smothered cabbage rather than boiled) Potatos - smothered (they won't eat potatos unless they're cooked that way) mix with food: rice/pasta pieces with any combination of cooked carrots, broccoli, and meat (chicken, beef, or pork) I don't mix stuff with their food every day though. So far, their favorite as a treat are carrots(raw), broccoli, and banana chips. They get greens, cabbage or potatos(very occasionally) when we cook them. Their favorite green veggie are the mixed greens, it's so cute to see them get excited every time we cook greens because they know they'll get some after everyone else eats. Does anyone have anything to add? Some other alternative treat I could give them? Actually, does anyone know of a simple dog cookie/treat recipe that uses kibble? I'm sure the pups would go nuts for something like that.