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Post by Kengai on Sun Jul 26, 2009 12:41 pm

At East of England Champ Show, there was a stall set up for Daisy's Dog Deli - it's home made biscuits, muffins etc, made for dogs. I bought a couple of items and my lot liked them so much, I placed an order on their site. They're not cheap, but they have quite a variety, and the dogs really seem to enjoy the various delicacies they have.

Here's their website:

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Post by simbalove on Sun Jul 26, 2009 12:48 pm

I had some stuff of them a while ago but I wasted my money cos my fussy little tyke wouldn't eat any of it! NOT EVEN the liver cake or meatloaf! But the goodies smelled lovely when I opened the box and they were wrapped in special doggy pawprint tissue paper!

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Post by Kengai on Sun Jul 26, 2009 2:31 pm

It looks really scrumptious when it's delivered doesn't it?!?! Have you tried gently warming in the microwave? That seems to do the trick with my lot.

I got something called "Turkey scraps" which I think is a big like a doggy version of spanish omelette - it's very soft - Sasha adores it!

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Post by adele on Sun Jul 26, 2009 4:08 pm

Wow they look very good, i like the look of the welcome home hamper, loks lie there will be enough for all of them in that and puppy biscuits too. Laughing
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Post by simbalove on Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:07 pm

Kengai wrote:It looks really scrumptious when it's delivered doesn't it?!?! Have you tried gently warming in the microwave? That seems to do the trick with my lot.

I got something called "Turkey scraps" which I think is a big like a doggy version of spanish omelette - it's very soft - Sasha adores it!
i might try them again - and try that trick:)

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