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nina c

What are the names of your dogs and what is the approximate weight of the dog who will eat the most treats?

Money Penny is a 60 lb olde english bulldog


We have 3 dogs.
Gracie is a Yorkie she is 4 yrs. old and weighs 13 lbs and her daughter Liela is a Yorkie she is 2 yrs.old and weighs 1o lbs. Then we have Ambrea she is a Belgian Malnios/Shepard mix. She is 11 mo. old and weighs about 65 lbs.
The Yorkies' are the ones that would eat the treats. They love treats.

Jubee Moxley

We have 2 neutered male dogs, Biscuit and Gravy. They are both mixed breeds involving a lab?akita?pointer? that we rescued (1 thru Petsmart and the other thru local agency) Biscuit is 12 and eats pretty much everything whole. Gravy chews at least, and eats very carefully. They both love to wander with me on the farm but snuggle in the covers every night. Treats are a part of our everyday. They think they are yummy, only I know how good they can be for them.

Laurel McGilvery

I am owned by 10 dogs, all rescues, which consist of 8 livestock guardian breed dogs who started out as foster dogs and stayed (saint bernard mix, great pyrenees, akbash, and anatolian, in order by age from 12 to 2 are Max, Rae-Anne, Sugar, Sasha, Aphrodite, Honey, Crystal, and Ameera), one lhasa apso (Nellie) and one shih tzu (Charlie). Although they range in weight from 140 to 17 pounds (Aphrodite to Charlie), I have to admit that Sugar, an 85 pound Anatolian-Akbash mix will eat the most treats given a chance. She doesn't waste time chewing, just bolts everything down as quickly as possible. Aphrodite eats the least treats, mainly 'cause she eats so slowly and is so laid back that everyone else grabs 2-3 for each 1 of hers. I have to make sure she gets her fair share by hand feeding her treats.

Christina Hess

We have four Shih Tzus. Dolly is 6 and 10 pounds. Maggie is Dolly's sister and litter mate and weighs 12 pounds. Missy is 8 and weighs 12 pounds. Spikey is 8 and weighs 17 pounds. Spikey is my little oinker. He eats anything and everything. He will steal the other's treats if he can get away with it. They all love yams wrapped in chicken, chicken wrapped around fruit slices and just about anything else I've given them.

Cheryl Moody

Riley and Jake the shelter 'mutts' and Haley the obligatory purebred. No one gets more treats than the others so its good they are all close in weight at about 65 lbs.

kathy cowan

My best buddy is Possum, she is a mixed breed, mostly Husky I think. Possum is 6 and she weighs about 50 lbs. Possum loves cats, snow and really cold days and me.

Diane Pirisino

I own 2 dogs, both of them are rescues. Remy, a brown "bird dog" mix weighs 65 lbs.and without a doubt eat the most treats! Mattie weighs 56 lbs and is a black lab or something mix. She's more selective about what she eats.....actually anything laying on the floor is game.

Darcy Piersol

Murphy our Queensland Heeler who is the ripe ol' age of 25yrs. Cowgirl our 3 yr old Brittany Spaniel. and last but not least Wrangler who is 4 months old, also a Brittany Spaniel, who weighs approx 25 lbs. he would definately eat the most treats, most likely until he explodes.

Leslie J. Phillips

I own 7 dogs of various breeds/sizes:

1. Toy Maltese, Johnny, 5 years old and 3 pounds. Favorite treat is Chicken Jerky.
2. Pembroke Corgi, Latigo, 1 year old and 20 pounds. She loves all treats and will bark at me every night at treat time! She loves any kind of treat.
3. Shitzu, Gracie, 6 years old and 10 pounds. She loves chicken patties and chicken jerky. She is a timid dog but really comes alive at treat time! She will "bow" wagging her tail wildly!
4. 2 lab mixes, Sandy and Cloe, both are 2 years old and love all treats but especially like smoked pork bones - the bigger the better!
5. Boxer, Banjo, 8 years old. Favorite treat is chicken jerky and chicken poppers.
6. Great Pyrenees, Naomi, 3 years old, loves the big smoked pork bones.

I try to give them all a healthy amount of treats but the Boxer and smaller dogs get them every night and the big outside dogs only get them occasionally.

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