Prescription Diet Treats

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  1. DogMinded

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    If you have a dog on a prescription diet like K/D..R/D..W/D.. you can make them treats from the can food. Open a new can and slide all of it out still circular. Slice it into thin rings. Place them on a foil cover cookie sheet. Cook in oven on 350 for about 5-10 minutes until top is dry. Turn them over and cook another 5-10 minutes..until dry. You can make them as crunchy as you want and as thick as you want. Dogs love them and are safe for their diet.
     
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    puppydog Tru evil has no pantyline

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    Except Hills is cr@p food and making treats from it is a waste of time.
     
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    I agree Hills is cr@p food. However a lot people feed it because their vet says they need to. The treats are as healthy as the food. :confused: But at least the dog gets something crunchy and the owners do not have to worry about any side effects.
     
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    naturalfeddogs love the fluff

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    Something crunchy? No side effects? Meaning....:confused:
     

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