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#16605
Good for a laugh? 8 Years, 5 Months ago  
So here I am munching on come peanut butter crackers.

It's been raining. The dogs are scared. It's time for the canines to go to bed however, so it's time to take them out one last time this evening.

Because the dogs are scared, I grab a handful of mini dog treats and head out the door. Dogs follow (hurray, plan working so far!).

Give dog a treat. Take a few more steps towards the grass. This process continues until both canines have done their business and are headed back towards the house.

Give canine #2 one more cookie.

Take a bite of my cracker. Wait a minute! That doesn't taste like a cracker!

Hurridly spit it out only to discover that, yes, it is indeed a dog biscuit now in 30 pieces. Yuck!

Give dog #2 the rest of my cracker and hurry into the house to wash out my mouth.


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62 sets and counting. In addition, a boatload of individual pieces or sets of pieces.
 
#16606
Good for a laugh? 8 Years, 5 Months ago  
That's o.k. man, it was a mistake. I have a cousin who eats those things for snacks regularly.
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#16607
Good for a laugh? 8 Years, 5 Months ago  
I hear that they are excellent in promoting healthy teeth. Your dentist will thank you for it.
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#16608
Good for a laugh? 8 Years, 5 Months ago  
John;

Think of it as gum and jaw exercise. Besides, way back in the late '60's when I was a teen and had a paper route, I had this one VERY LARGE German Shepherd on my route. He used to try to tell me how he would EAT ME ALIVE if I ever entered his yard to deliver the paper.
Then I discovered Large Milk-Bone biscuits at the grocery store.
The dog quickly became my best buddy :lol: - as long as I had the biscuits.
After I quit delivering papers, I had some Milk-Bones left. One evening, I was lying in bed reading and got the munchies. Dad being due home momentarily, I didn't dare go raid the kitchen, so I tried a Milk-Bone.
Not Bad! So, like Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon, I developed a Milk-bone habit. It lasted for about a month, but during that time, my gums were REAL HEALTHY.

Woof, Woof.

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