I was wondering what to give Ginger for a late time snack with a little bit of sardines. I’m looking for healthy and low cal. Thanks in advance
How about a few pieces of kibble or a bit of chicken. Or maybe a super green supplement or a few blueberries for the antioxidants.
Hi Zach, I sometimes give Patch ‘Rice Cakes’ at night they’re very low in fat if any …smear 1 sardine on the rice cracker biscuit, then break up or cut up, Ginger will love it…
I like BC’s suggestions.
I’ll also add that my dogs bedtime snacks of choice are Vital Essentials freeze dried tripe treats. VE makes lots of treats I like.
Well, this might not be low cal, but my dogs love a few chips. Potato, tortilla, anything crunchy makes them happy, even the teensiest, tiniest bit (if those are words). They are 35 and 25 lbs. Hope that helps.
Thanks guys for all the input. Dogfoodie, I was about to order some VE beef treats, the beef and beef tripe and lung etc. treats. I think I will order them, and thanks for the other suggestions guys. BC, any good ideas for Super food supplements?
I just opened up a package of Wellness Superfood treats. Here’s a link: http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/m/categories.aspx?pet=dog&pt=3&pl=18&ct=2. Click on dog treats if it doesn’t take you right there. I’d also be interested in other suggestion for something less processed.
This is one super food supplement that I liked, but there are many good ones. Just look for one that doesn’t have green tea in it. Any of the brightly colored berries are superfood. Bee pollen is great.
Mine usually get Springtime Fresh Factors, which contain bee pollen, in the evening. They don’t care for Spirulina wafers, which are often left behind when I try to mix them in with their meals.
Yeah, I have heard of those supplements. I might try them. Thanks guys!
Mine make a big production out of eating spirulina wafers, but they do eat them. I usually mix a few different superfood powders together and I think my dogs would eat anything to get to the seaweeds.
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