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    Default Strawberry yogurt for dogs? Anyone tried it?

    We will be leaving for North Carolina next Saturday and I'm taking my lab, and my bfs pug is also coming. I wanted to get some special treats and I came across this stuff and wondered if anyone had tried it and if your dog liked it?



    Strawberry Yogurt for Dogs Scrumptious, non-fat yogurt is all-natural & healthy. Made with real skim milk and strawberries. Contains calcium & beneficial bacteria to help digestion. No refrigeration required except after opening. Four 4.4 oz. cups

    Beefeaters Strawberry Yogurt 4 Pack - Dog.com
    there is the link to it...and the reviews seem good, just wondered if anyone tried it?
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    Never tried this myself, let us know how it goes.

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    My sister feeds her dog yogurt; not that particular brand, however, just regular ole' yogurt that us humans eat and he loves the stuff.

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    My dog gets a dessert spoonful of plain live yogurt a day. My vet recommended it when he was on yet another course of antibiotics for a urinary infection (apparently it helps prevent yeast infections common with long term antibiotic treatment)

    He's allergic to pollen and grass which is an absolute nightmare at this time of year, because he was forever getting skin infections where he'd been scratching and nibbling himself, but the yogurt seems to have helped prevent any infections this year too.

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    My dog eats Frosty Paws, the frozen doggie ice cream

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    That yoghurt look yummy, i might do a 'one spoon for you, one spoon for me' game with my dog

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    I did buy the stuff, but haven't given it to her yet...I'm actually afraid to,incase it goes right through her!! She has been a very good girl lately so maybe today I'll try it out.
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    My mom used to let our lab lick the yogurt cups after she was done with it and he loved it. I give my beagle a little taste of yogurt every now and then.
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