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Wierd Things Our Pets Eat

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I once had a cat that ate bread & butter pickles.
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My cat eats olives.
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american bulldog eats honeydew, strawberries, watermelon, bananas, pineapple, blueberries and cherry tomatoes. had a cat that would eat frosting.
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My cats eat ''cantaloupe (has to be fully ripe) apples, green grapes,potato chips, whipped cream, tomato sauce, yogurt.. Only in America
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My smallest dog is crazy for carrots. To the point where if he hears me peeling anything he will come bounding from where ever he was lounging, run about franticly, and generally make an *** of himself.

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My old dog (best guess is 17 years) loves cucumber popsicles and parsnips.
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My wife and daughter used to take our boxer to my MIL's place in the country, lots of wild animals.
Whenever they'd come back the dog would get sick.
We'd always find a tick or two on him, remove them, and in a couple of days he would get better, so I was always thinking Lime Disease.
One time he didn't get better in the same timeframe so we took him to the vet.
After much questioning, my wife finally revealed that the dog was in the habit of eating wild turkey crap.
Salmonella was the diagnosis.
After that they kept him away from the bird droppings and he's been fine.

Along more traditional lines, we have a counter that we've (finally) learned not to store food on, even for short periods if we leave the dog in while we run out.
He's eaten pumpkin spice cookies, Death by Chocolate Roadtrip cookies, cheesecake, potato chips, etc.
As evidenced by my first paragraph, that dog will eat anything.
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Discovered yesterday that my female Jack Russell terrier likes raw oatcake dough. She also loves brussel sprouts.

I remember remarking one day after giving the dogs a little bit of my leftover steak that even my dogs love my cooking. Next day Jason finds the dogs in the church garbage eating moldy tarts. Yeah...that did alot for my ego.
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My dog likes brussells sprouts. no joke, he'll sit there and eat them all...
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As a puppy our bruno competed with the thrushes for snails in the garden.

We have to b quick to clear up after him cos he likes his own poo

He loves red wine (Just a wee bit)

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post #11 of 14
I had a Ridgeback for 15 years and for 10 of them I lived next to a farm that had Donkeis and Ginger ate Donkey poop everyday for 10 years.
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My little brother used to eat..... Oh, wait, wrong thread! :D
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post #13 of 14
Geez your animals are all nuts!!!! :)

Mine are not so adventurous, but whenever i am chopping onion and/or garlic, the cats come a-riunning, cuz they know once the onions are on, there's gonna be some raw meat happening. And being kitchen cats...well, put it this way, I buy extra cuz its fun feeding them while I cook.

Anyone else got a begging kitchen pet - I like the leg rubs I get :)
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post #14 of 14
My dog loves raw potatoes. All of his siblings and parents are the same way. Some of them will steal potatoes from the bag but, thankfully, mine just begs when I am peeling them. Anytime I start peeling vegetables, he's right there waiting. He'll eat the occasional romaine lettuce, cucumber, and loves fresh green beans, too.
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