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    What is the best food to feed small dogs?

    I mostly feed my dogs a dry dog food i buy from the pet shop and also canned food once and awhile as a treat. They are fed morning and night, one is 3 and the other is only 1. They also get raw chicken scraps if i'm ever making dinner with chicken in it. I'm just wondering if their is anything i could be doing better to have them at their healthiest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    I mostly feed my dogs a dry dog food i buy from the pet shop and also canned food once and awhile as a treat. They are fed morning and night, one is 3 and the other is only 1. They also get raw chicken scraps if i'm ever making dinner with chicken in it. I'm just wondering if their is anything i could be doing better to have them at their healthiest?
    Best food for small dogs:

    Rat poison
    Antifreeze (must contain ethylene glycol)
    Broken glass
    Slug pellets

    Or better still, save yourself the money and throw the little fucker off a cliff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Best food for small dogs:

    Rat poison
    Antifreeze (must contain ethylene glycol)
    Broken glass
    Slug pellets

    Or better still, save yourself the money and throw the little fucker off a cliff.
    You sick bastard. How could you think of poisoning a sweet little dog?

    I hope you rot in Hell.

    To answer the original question, the best thing is to cut the dog's legs off and feed them to it one bit at a time.


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