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Back when we had our dog, he would get a chicken wing or some chicken necks for breakfast every day, the bones were good for cleaning the teeth as well.

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1 hour ago, NSWP said:

Chicken breast for a dog, what is wrong with ye olde ALDI dog food ? 🤣

He gets dog food too, used to love the ALDI BONE SHAPED biscuits but they don’t sell them anymore. His dog food must have Schnauzer on the bag or he won’t eat it, if you ever see Blackhawk dog food with a cute Schnauzer on it, that’s his Aunty.

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9 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

He gets dog food too, used to love the ALDI BONE SHAPED biscuits but they don’t sell them anymore. His dog food must have Schnauzer on the bag or he won’t eat it, if you ever see Blackhawk dog food with a cute Schnauzer on it, that’s his Aunty.

Wow, she must have been a big dog to be spread around in so many bags.😋

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34 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

Wow, she must have been a big dog to be spread around in so many bags.😋

They sliced her thinly

 

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22 hours ago, GUT2407 said:

He gets dog food too, used to love the ALDI BONE SHAPED biscuits but they don’t sell them anymore. His dog food must have Schnauzer on the bag or he won’t eat it, if you ever see Blackhawk dog food with a cute Schnauzer on it, that’s his Aunty.

Now not too much ALDI doggie food and treats Mr Gut, we don't want your little Max speaking German.😮  I got some pigs ears for the Labrador in Aldi the other week, gone in one gulp, buts that's Labs for you, Gutsters on four legs.

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I didn't know you get to speak German just because you eat German food. I certainly haven't managed to speak any other language despite eating and drinking my way around the globe.

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10 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

I didn't know you get to speak German just because you eat German food. I certainly haven't managed to speak any other language despite eating and drinking my way around the globe.

But you are multi lingual like me Mic.  All that travel, all that food from distant lands.  After visiting St Petersburg last year, the Russian lingo is due to arrive....'Vodka.🤣

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13 minutes ago, NSWP said:

Now not too much ALDI doggie food and treats Mr Gut, we don't want your little Max speaking German.😮  I got some pigs ears for the Labrador in Aldi the other week, gone in one gulp, buts that's Labs for you, Gutsters on four legs.

Labs are well known guts.

 

Schnauzers can be too, many owners use special bowls to slow them down, Max is more a grazer will leave food in his bowl for ages and go back to it when he is ready, well, unless it’s chicken.

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3 minutes ago, NSWP said:

But you are multi lingual like me Mic.  All that travel, all that food from distant lands.  After visiting St Petersburg last year, the Russian lingo is due to arrive....'Slipovitch.' 🤣

I am multi lingual too

 

English

Australian

American

Kiwi

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7 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

Labs are well known guts.

 

Schnauzers can be too, many owners use special bowls to slow them down, Max is more a grazer will leave food in his bowl for ages and go back to it when he is ready, well, unless it’s chicken.

Yes the Lab has a special bowl, got like long dimples in it, so the dog has to ferret a bit for the food, not eat the bowl in one bite, as they do.

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2 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

I am multi lingual too

 

English

Australian

American

Kiwi

I can add a few more to that. Scottish, Taswegian, South African.

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18 minutes ago, NSWP said:

Yes the Lab has a special bowl, got like long dimples in it, so the dog has to ferret a bit for the food, not eat the bowl in one bite, as they do.

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I need one of those bowls.

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18 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

I need one of those bowls.

Most pet stores sell them, as well as some of the hot dollar or reject shop stores.

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21 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

Do they come in different colours though.

Yep

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31 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

stainless steel?

Don’t recall having seen one in SS. Probably easier to mould plastic.

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41 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

Don’t recall having seen one in SS. Probably easier to mould plastic.

Yes, I just find the ss ones last longer.

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Just returned from a short 10 day road trip visiting Cowra, Dubbo, Mudgee, Bathurst, 2 and 3 night stops.  Plenty of pie shops still in the parched Central West, but alas not a gluten free one in sight.😭😝

 

But some massive mixed grills devoured, the country areas specialise in this dish.

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Nice looking Mic's grill!

 

Where did you find that?

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On 8/25/2017 at 5:38 PM, Beejay4016 said:

 

Mrs Mac's? Yuk. Avoid at all costs. Go for a Harry's.

Double yuk🤮

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4 hours ago, banzaii said:

Nice looking Mic's grill!

 

Where did you find that?

Dubbo RSL $29.  I ate it.😮

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5 hours ago, NSWP said:

Just returned from a short 10 day road trip visiting Cowra, Dubbo, Mudgee, Bathurst, 2 and 3 night stops.  Plenty of pie shops still in the parched Central West, but alas not a gluten free one in sight.😭😝

 

But some massive mixed grills devoured, the country areas specialise in this dish.

grill.jpg

Nice.

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