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Snow yi
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Jun 22, 2007, 7:20 PM

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Hi Dogs Lover,

My Clifford will turn to 1 year next month July 29th, but I wont be around on his birthday so thought will organise a birthday party for him earlier.

I'm wondering, can dog eat cake? what kind of cake can they eat? So for his birthday what should i buy or prepare for his food, i thought his birthday so must fed him something special, recently he have skin sensitive so he cant have too much protein, any suggestion? I want to buy him birthday present also but what should i buy for him.

Hope to hear suggestion from you all.

Thanks

Love, Clifford


goofydip
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Jun 22, 2007, 8:28 PM

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Yes yes, dogs could have cake, but NO CHOCOLATE cake for them. Try cheese cake instead. I gave Goofy cheese cake on his birthday.

As for his food. You can give whatever you think he love most, so he can have something he love on his special day.

The food I love to cook for Goofy for his special treat is his macaroni. He love it soo much. I boiled the macaroni, minced chicken, fine chopped carrot. Then after cooked, I'll mixed with one smashed hard boiled egg, and a little of doggie's milk. He sapu everything down in less than 5 minutes.

http://goofyequalshappiness.blogspot.com/...onderful-dinner.html

Just some suggestions.

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Snow yi
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Jun 23, 2007, 5:52 PM

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Thanks Goofy.

Wow you have a big treat, and pasta look so delicious..yum yum.....

I will buy him a cheese cake for his birthday and see what he like. thanks for your infor, I love your blog, :) Clifford love durian and strawberry, you think dog can eat durian?


goofydip
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Jun 23, 2007, 7:01 PM

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Oh, I'm not sure whether they could have durian, I've never tried to feed gooofy any.

Do you have a blog for clifford?

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bejamie
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Jun 24, 2007, 6:02 AM

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hi, your dog is cute. As far as I know, dogs cannot digest lactose, so any kind of diary is not good for dog. That include milk, cream and cheese. So I am not too sure if cheesecake is suitable, as it contains cheese and cream. What about a big meaty fresh bones?


Snow yi
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Jun 24, 2007, 5:29 PM

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Goofy unfortunately Clifford doesn't have any blog, I would like to create one for him but I not sure how to do it.

I saw your blog is very sweet and nice, and i saw other blog as well. If I want to create one for Clifford where and how should i start.?


Snow yi
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Jun 24, 2007, 5:34 PM

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Thanks Bejamie,

Clifford is very naughty sometimes, he purposely bite my socks and want me to chase him around the house to get back my socks but he wont bite my sister kids socks when they come back from school.

So have you bought any cake for your dog? Hope you can give me some suggestion. :)


steffy1811
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Jun 24, 2007, 7:03 PM

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It's true that lactose intolerant happens in most dog but not all. My dogs can take milk, cheese and any form of diary product extremely well. They dont vomit or have diarrhea but poo poo very very smelly only. Just like humans lor, not all of us can take lactose mah, some of us are severely intolerant to lactose while many are not. Studies in humans have suggested that you can reverse the whole process. You can 'train' ur body to be lactose tolerant as lactose is broken down by an enzyme that is produced by the body in the presence of lactose. So if u have not been taking any form of lactose for the last 10 years or so, I can bet with u, u're lactose intolerant now. But if u start consuming diary product again bit by bit, with time, you'll will not have that bloating stomach again.

Well to be safe, go to the cake shop, custom order a cake lor. Get butter or sponge cake and tell them to cut the amount of sugar down lah. Tell them a little bit of sugar only. I personally prefer a fruit cake....either sponge based or pound cake. Fruits are sweet already mah, so u can literally tell them no sugar in the cake at all. We can eat, they also can eat. Hahahaha no wastage. Wink

I used to soak my dog's kibbles in cold full cream milk. And he loves it! Hahahahah now that i don have a fridge, sometimes i get a small pack of milk for 7-11 and mix it in for them.

As of durians, i think give a bit can lah....my dog also makan durian before. Maybe u can get durian cake for them lor. But better be prepared of their poo and pee and their breath! hahahahaha

As of big meaty fresh bones, hmm i bet they'll love it but i wont give it to my dogs. They have this so called 'jual-mahal' syndrome...so i bet once they've tasted fresh bone, i'm in for deep shit because they'll start to starve themselves for days because they don wan to eat their normal kibbles. So better not try! Crazy








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bejamie
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Jun 24, 2007, 7:17 PM

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Hi. My lab is having the same birthday month too! He will be 1 year old on 11th. No I have not bought any cakes for Milky. We just came from Australia, they had thousands of snacks and treats for dogs. Milky loves pigs ear, and fresh bones. In Oz dogs loves their bones alot. I feed him daily. I also buy Kong toy and stuck some pigs ear in it so he will try to take it out, or put peanut butter in it so he will try to lick everything inside.. I saw some US sites sell cookies for dogs, but dont think they will send here. Ikano petshop on Sunday have free muffin treat for dogs too. Why not go and get a free treats haha...


bejamie
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Jun 25, 2007, 2:49 AM

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Hi, thank you for the advise. But as I learnt most of the doggy issue in Australia, I would prefer to feed my dog according to their natural digestive system. I fed my dog cheap ice cream before and he loved it. But when I fed him Magnum he threw up. So I rather not feed him anything dairy anymore.

As with doggy bone, it is recommended as a compulsory food for dogs in Australia. The vitamins and minerals in bones plus some meats is good for the doggy, and it can also clean the dog's teeth. So it is act as a kind of cleaning tool as well. Some Western countries recommend 70% of the food source from bones actually. If you think is expensive, maybe some chicken necks can do... But my dog can eat the whole chicken carcasses in less than 2 minutes... But to be honest, bones are dirt cheap in Australia...


steffy1811
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Jun 25, 2007, 8:33 PM

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yeah yeah bones are dirt cheap in western countries. In US also can get the whole femur of a cow for less than 5 bucks. Come in nicely vacummed pack wrap somemore. Got smoke flavor and natural. Some of my friends there every week go buy like 5 or 6 of those bones for their dogs. They feed kibbles also but give them the bone too. One bone can last a husky about 2 days. Depending on how hard-working or bored they are.

It's good lah if u're ok with it as fresh bones can be messy. Wait their ears all wet and smelly, then if the bone is too big, I'm sure my dog will sit down and use his paw to hold the bone down. With nice leg feathering, aiya...let him hold that fresh bone, i don think it's such a good idea. I try to give the best to my dogs too but sometimes the best isnt always what's best for us also. So strike a balance lor....

Ang moh countries can be a little too extreme at times. Like how they tell me I MUST walk him 5 times a day on average of 20-30minutes! wah lauu.......luckily that time just graduate, so got 2 whole months to do that. But the impact it has on the dog, I wont deny it's wonderful. With that amount of exercise, he manage to have extremely good posture and very well developed muscles. But it's taxing lahh.....5 times a day mannn, at least 3 times a day I take him to the little park where ppl play frisbee and into the open football field where he go and chase wild rabbits. The other 2 times, just walk around my apt blocks. i think I also lost weight doing that with him. Unimpressed








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bejamie
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Jun 25, 2007, 11:12 PM

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Haha your story is funny. But luckily in Australia they are not so extreme hehe. We are supposed to walk then twice a day only... and only about 20 minutes each time, good for their mental stimulation too. It does help alot, my dog is not so distructive in the backyard if he had enough mental stimulation... Good also he can socialise with other dogs too. I dont want him to be agrresive. But five times a day, maybe when I am rich enough to stay home daily Sly

With the bones, not so scary like you say la.. Well in Oz I feed fresh bones, as they look quite clean. But here I blanch them with hot water to kill germs. Is not as messy as you think la... If he eat chicken carcasses he doesn't even use hands... Or chicken necks, disappear in seconds. Well he is quite greedy for food.


goofydip
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Jun 26, 2007, 10:32 PM

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Steffy has explain true enuf bout the dairy products. I do scared Goofy might can't accept dairy products too. But when I tried to give him milk, he love it so much till now when I take out the milk powder container, he'll turn round and round and round excitedly, knowing he gonna have his favourite milk again.

As for bones, I haven't try to give Goofy any bones. Never tried before. Tongue

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goofydip
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Jun 26, 2007, 10:37 PM

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Hi, you wanna create a blog for Clifford too? Good!!!! Easy actually. I'm a pc dummy but I find it easy when you just got it start. You just go to https://www.blogger.com/start . There is step-by-step advices all along the way you creating your blog.

Do let us updated once u got it ok? Tongue

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"don't be angry at me for long & don't lock me up as punishment. you have your work, your entertainment and your friends. I only have U"---from a doggie's voice


Snow yi
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Jun 27, 2007, 1:11 AM

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Thanks Goofy, will start do that for him.

Oh I wanted to bring him for holiday where at the seaside. Do anyone know where in Port Dickson can allow dog in to Hotel and he can swim abit at the seaside at PD?

He never try swimming before that why I want to bring him to try because he very funny everytime raining outside he will run out and play with the water. I guess he like to play water so I must bring him to seaside for a swim. I'm staying in KL so which is the nearest place can allow dogs to have at the beach beside PD?


goofydip
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Jun 27, 2007, 6:18 PM

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Oooppsss... I'm not sure bout KL... Coz I'm not from KL...Tongue I've never let my Goofy try any swimming before. Don't know whether would he scares or not.. hehehehe... But planning to buy him a plastic home pool to let him play in my hometown lor...

BTW... My doggie's name is Goofy, my name is Lily...heheheTongue

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"don't be angry at me for long & don't lock me up as punishment. you have your work, your entertainment and your friends. I only have U"---from a doggie's voice


casey
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Jun 28, 2007, 5:02 AM

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hi snow yi,

looking for place for yr dog to play with water? u may wait for puppycom gathering in central park , bu i guess... lots of dog owner let their dogs to swim in the lake. i think next gathering maybe in sept??

casey


w_fern
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Jun 28, 2007, 10:24 PM

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hi,

i've a peanut butter cake for my doggie n he absolutely loved it! my sis gave me the contact no. of this girl that does home made doggie treats n cakes, but sorry i think i've misplace the number. i wouldn't agree 100% percent on cheesecake, unless u plan to give yr dog only a tiny slice, then i think it's okay. anyway im still searching for the contact no. if u want, will update u once i found it.





fern


blitzen
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Jun 28, 2007, 11:41 PM

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hi,

peanut butter cake sounds yummy. my dog loves peanut butter. would appreciate if u can pass on the contact no when u find it. thanks.


w_fern
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Jun 29, 2007, 2:09 AM

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hi,

lucky my sis still has the no. here u go 012-3877 282. there's also a few cake sizes for u to choose from, too bad we didn't take pix with our cake. i'll have to make sure we're equip with camera when its sadie's birthday coming sept.

enjoy,

fern


myzanordin
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Jun 29, 2007, 11:41 PM

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Hai,

U can call Carob Hound Cake -Li Ping at (012) 329 1981. My kids tried her carot cake the other day.Its nice. She specialised in cakes for K9. No sugar, no chocolate and she use organic stuff that is not harmful to dogs.


Snow yi
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Jun 30, 2007, 6:51 PM

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Thank you guys so much for your help.

I will give a called to them, hopefully they still take order cuz next week will be his party.

Thank you so much.

Clifford love you all!!


blitzen
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Jul 2, 2007, 9:27 PM

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thank you w_fern! hope you don't mind posting up pics of the cake for sadie's birthday next. would like to see them.


Snow yi
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Jul 15, 2007, 5:03 AM

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I'm so happy manage to get Clifford the Carrot cake from Li Ping, she is very nice lady.

Hey guys check out Clifford birthday cake, he loves it and eat so much of it.

Thanks for all the advise and suggestion and finally get a cake that he love most.

Woof Woof
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myzanordin
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Jul 16, 2007, 8:26 PM

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Great! I bet Clifford enjoyed every bit of it. Well I did..ha ha ..I tried the sample distibuted by Li Ping the other day and it was yummy...BTw, will order for my Basco's 1st Birthday, next month too.

C

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