Dec 30, 2016 - It would seem dogs don't mind eating anything they can get their lips ..
ELIZABETH: We offer a bacon wrapped dog for any of our specialty dogs. We also offer real bacon bits as a popular dog topping. Our most popular bacon wrapped dog is the classic Texas Tommy. It’s wrapped with bacon AND stuffed with cheese. Our Texan regulars introduced us to this one and it’s a house favorite. We also always carry the BLT dog, all the usual suspects over a bacon-wrapped dog. It’s a simple one and a great seller. You can’t beat a BLT!
Alice looked on patiently as I managed one bite. The sundae had melted a little during the walk home, so a very aggressive bacon-bit crunch interrupted the vanilla creaminess. It felt like sipping on a smoothie mixed with sand that tasted like overcompensating meat. Overwhelmed, I spat it out. I didn't technically inhale, so my vegetarian card remained intact.At last, it was Alice's turn. She did not seem deterred by any textural issues. The Bow Wowzer lasted longer than expected, clocking in at a whopping two minutes of slurping. Alice ate the biscuit last, then somehow got the bowl stuck on her head. I pulled it from her nose.Our second ice cream excursion was much less exciting, but still quite sweet. Alice and I ventured to Bruster's, a walk-up ice cream shop with locations in North Raleigh and Apex, to order a "pup cup." It is nothing more than a scoop of vanilla in a disposable container, topped by a little biscuit. Though it's all I ordered, the young woman at Bruster's insisted I take the "pup cup" at no charge. Alice devoured it in approximately thirty seconds. A half-minute of free, unbridled joy is still a pretty good deal.After these consecutive confections, I wondered how much ice cream dogs can—or rather, should—eat. With her furiously wagging tail and saucer-sized, sugar-high eyes, Alice told me that she'd be OK if this experiment lasted forever. I reached out to a veterinarian at Wake Forest Animal Hospital for a second opinion."Whenever you treat your pet, it's always good to use the everything-in-moderation rule," the very astute Jenny Bennett told me. "Many dogs are lactose intolerant and will get diarrhea with too much dairy. Otherwise, plain vanilla ice cream is fine."Bennett added that if you're not sure as to your dog's specific degree of lactose intolerance—a lesson many must learn the hard way—you should go with a dog-specific ice cream. They often contain less sugar than the human variety, and they are often dairy-free.On that tip, Alice and I traveled to specialty pet retailer Phydeaux, where an entire chalkboard above the cash register details the store's dog-specific ice creams. I selected a box of SweetSpots, which come in two flavors: peanut butter honey and sweet potato molasses. Sweet potato felt too artisanal for a dog that rushes to eat bits of lemon rind that fall off the counter while I'm cooking, so I went with the peanut butter flavor.
It shouldn't be a full meal, but a treat now and again is fine
Those fake dyed red bits of flour and plastic
This recipe makes a large lettuce and dog treat salad for dogs. You can use several different kinds of dog treats if you prefer. You can give your dog a small amount in his bowl as a treat. You could add some bacon bits or other yummy things to make it even more special. Don't give your dog too much at one time since the treats will likely contain a lot of calories. You can store the “salad” in the refrigerator for a couple of days if you keep it covered.Listen , dogs can eat bacon , and if they couldn't why is there a treat called "Bacon Bits" for dogs , and if bacon kills a dog , the treat will be reported to the animal society or the government . Didn't you say commercialized foods are good for dogs?