Most Underrated Dog Bisquits

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  1. 3-Chord-Genius

    3-Chord-Genius Poster Extraordinaire

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    With a plethora of gourmet and all natural dog biscuits for pet owners to choose from, with some wildly incredible prices, the original multi-colored Milk-Bones are still my favorite. I could eat those all day long.

    And no, I'm not joking. I have eaten them and I actually like the taste.
     
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    I make my own.

    From scratch.

    And I dont have a dog.

    So there.
     
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    You are one sad puppy.
     
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    We've done that also, but I'm referring to the low end, mass-produced dog biscuits that are actually quite good.
     
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    Had some of those and a crescent wrench in my back pocket when the nice man gave me a ride to a county jail for riding my motorcycle wrong way on a freeway so they had to have been good right.....right?
     
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    If I remember correctly, Milk-Bone makes a few different types. I don't like the shiny dark brown ones, but I do like the smaller, matte finish multicolored dog biscuits in the variety box.
     
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    My ex father in law used to eat those with a little peanut butter on them probably an acquired taste.
     
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    Whoa.


    My dogs like the gravy Milk Bones. My French Mastiff prefers that I break them in half for some reason :lol: but my chocolate lab doesn't care. She'll eat em any way I give them to her. Pieces. Full bones. Crumbs. It don't matter.
     
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    I don't like the taste of them, but when I was a kid we used to play a game with a box of the red, green, and tan Milk-Bones. We'd each pull one out of the box (without looking) and whoever got the odd color had to eat it. In other words, if two of us pulled out red ones and one guy pulled out a green one, the guy with the green one had to eat it.
     
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    Once upon a time, a Mexican restaurant in a suburban town in Colorado got closed down because the health inspector found too many empty dog food cans in the trash.

    mmm. Burritos. Beef and chicken.
     
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    As an auto parts delivery driver (retired-part time) I deliver to a lot of places with large carnivorous dogs, mostly multiple dogs at the garages and junkyards. When my canine friends see me coming it’s “cookie time!!!”

    Milk Bone Gravy Bones are their favorites.
    Every Morning I fill a zip lock baggy and seeing their happy faces makes my day too. People know when I pull in because all paws are on high alert.

    The cats get Temptations and eat right from my hand and demand belly rubs.

    Pit Bulls, Mastiffs, Great Danes, Akita’s, and big mixed breed junkyard dogs too. Milk Bone Gravy Bones are the ones.

    I never approach the first couple of times but will leave a cookie as I go to my next stop. They let me know when I’m
    cool because they’ll start doing The Canine Boogaloo.

    That is all.
     
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    I never had any mess left when I had my dogs, they never left a crumb. Talk about doggy vacuum cleaners lol.
     
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    Those are the ones I'm referring to. The different colors all tasted similar, but there may have been subtle differences. It's been a while since I've eaten dog biscuits.
     
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    Definitely the kind spelled with a Q.
     
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    Animal Craquers
     
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    This!

    We had a Siberian Husky and they are kinda known for being a bit hard headed, but ours would do anything we asked for an animal cracker. Cheap too! Bought the HUGE bags at Sam's Club and they would last a very long time. Low in sugar as well - great dog treats.
     
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    Yeah, they all tasted the same to me. They weren't horrible, but they weren't good, either.
     
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    My wife and I visited a Chinese resturant before moving here and the chinese was abit odd.Had different texture meat and small bones.It was closed down and prosecuted when they discovered remains of dogs ,cats and tins of cat meat out back .Yup ,we had eaten doggies .Still they didnt charge us extra for that authentic Chinese taste .The food was perfectly edible but ....
     
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    I make my own - sliced sweet potatoes, blanched and dried in the food dehydrator. Simple, crunchy, only one ingredient, and the dogs love them. And they're not made in China.
     
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    I realize that this is a slightly different subject matter but , dogs love dried deer lungs .
     
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