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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Dining' started by uggboy, Apr 29, 2016.
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Would You Pay £30 for Your Dog to Dine in a Restaurant?
No. My Malamute is just fine with her usual diet. The only "human" food she receives is after I've let a piece of meat rest after cooking, then the leftover juices get poured onto her food.
No, definitely, I won't pay that much for my dog just to dine in. Of course, I care for my pet but I'm just being practical. Despite of that, I don't give mine "human foods". His vet is not recommending it. Perhaps, I could just give my dog a special treat that he would really like to eat at home.
No, because a) it isn't very practical whatsoever and b) I value my dog's life over the experience of having an expensive meal with my dog.
My dog is happy with dog food, and the yoke of a boiled egg.
I have seen how an overweight dog can suffer.