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if your dog is a bin dipper...

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by laurahair, Nov 27, 2012.


  1. laurahair

    laurahair PetForums Member

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    And gets a significant amount of food, say half a block of mouldy cheese, a 7" pizza and a load of leftover shreddies and honey hoops, would you bother giving her dinner?

    It's my fault, I didn't shut the door properly :eek: But she had quite a lot of (revolting, gone off, leftover) food, should I give her dinner? She's not overweight or anything.
     
  2. DoodlesRule

    DoodlesRule PetForums VIP

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    LOL probably not no
     
  3. Sarah1983

    Sarah1983 PetForums VIP

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    Mine has the sense to raid the bin AFTER dinner :rolleyes:

    But no, I wouldn't give dinner and would be ready for clean up duties in a few hours :001_unsure:
     
  4. Muze

    Muze PetForums VIP

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    Oh dear LOL, it happens sometimes.

    I have a heavy ktichen bin so it's not much of an issue tbh, no doubt Diz would certainly have her snout in it given the chance.

    I wouldn't give her anything else tbh, I imagine her digestive system is having fun with what's she's already had!
     
  5. laurahair

    laurahair PetForums Member

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    yes I will certainly find out how delicate her tummy is before the night is out...

    she has garlic breath from leftover kebab too :eek:
     
  6. Sarah1983

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    Well it'll keep the fleas away at least :D
     
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