Can dogs eat peanut butter cookies


Can dogs eat peanut butter cookies?

This is a discussion on Can dogs eat peanut butter cookies? within the General Nutrition &, Diet Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category, Originally Posted by JH

My parents are always telling me to put peanut butter in the dog's food but i'm scared...

My parents are always telling me to put peanut butter in the dog's food but i'm scared because i think it might cause them to have digestive problems or something...

I always just give them plain kibble and give them bones.

I always thought that the worst thing a dog could eat is dog food, and I am an extremist when it comes to my dogs, but I would think the PB&,J (or peanut butter &, jelly) cookies would be pretty bad for a dog.

What are your opinions on this?

I also want to know that if I give them a bone, is that just as bad?

Last edited by Nellie, 03-16-2013 at 05:13 PM.

Nellie

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This question has been asked for quite some time and I think it's pretty obvious... peanut butter and jelly is a "dog food" product. I mean, they even call it "dog food"...

The only problem I see with this for the OP is the amount of peanut butter they are putting in this PB&,J (or whatever) product. If I was to make these up I would probably use more bread than peanut butter and have some jelly, as jelly is a pretty good source of protein, and I know they would eat it.

This question has been asked for quite some time and I think it's pretty obvious... peanut butter and jelly is a "dog food" product. I mean, they even call it "dog food"...

The only problem I see with this for the OP is the amount of peanut butter they are putting in this PB&,J (or whatever) product. If I was to make these up I would probably use more bread than peanut butter and have some jelly, as jelly is a pretty good source of protein, and I know they would eat it.

That is my issue with the PB&,J treats. I just want to know if they will have digestive problems if I give them these.

I always thought that the worst thing a dog could eat is dog food, and I am an extremist when it comes to my dogs, but I would think the PB&,J (or peanut butter &, jelly) cookies would be pretty bad for a dog.

What are your opinions on this?

I also want to know that if I give them a bone, is that just as bad?

That's because you are a "dog-food extremist".

That is the worst thing a dog can eat. All that nasty stuff that they don't want to eat because it would "make them sick" or they "don't like it".

And bones are also pretty bad. Because it's not only the "nasty stuff", but it's all of the bones that have been digested, and the bones that have been chewed. Bones can be a very, very, very bad thing to give.

As far as peanut butter cookies, that's also a very bad thing for a dog. I have never put peanut butter in their food because I don't like the taste. But, because my dog gets so many "health problems", I have to be extremely careful to make sure I feed her a high quality food that I know is good for her. I would not give my dog peanut butter and jelly cookies, because it's very bad for a dog to eat peanut butter (in any form).

I always thought that the worst thing a dog could eat is dog food, and I am an extremist when it comes to my dogs, but I would think the PB&,J (or peanut butter &, jelly) cookies would be pretty bad for a dog.

What are your opinions on this?

I also want to know that if I give them a bone, is that just as bad?

That's because you are a "dog-food extremist".

That is the worst thing a dog can eat. All that nasty stuff that they don't want to eat because it would "make them sick" or they "don't like it".

And bones are also pretty bad. Because it's not only the "nasty stuff", but it's all of the bones that have been digested, and the bones that have been chewed. Bones can be a very, very, very bad thing to give.

As far as peanut butter cookies, that's also a very bad thing for a dog. I have never put peanut butter in their food because I don't like the taste. But, because my dog gets so many "health problems", I have to be extremely careful to make sure I feed her a high quality food that I know is good for her. I would not give my dog peanut butter and jelly cookies, because it's very bad for a dog to eat peanut butter (in any form).

Ok, now you're getting off topic, so please continue on this thread about the peanut butter cookies.

That's because you are a "dog-food extremist".

That is the worst thing a dog can eat. All that nasty stuff that they don't want to eat because it would "make them sick" or they "don't like it".

And bones are also pretty bad. Because it's not only the "nasty stuff", but it's all of the bones that have been digested, and the bones that have been chewed. Bones can be a very, very, very bad thing to give.

As far as peanut butter cookies, that's also a very bad thing for a dog. I have never put peanut butter in their food because I don't like the taste. But, because my dog gets so many "health problems", I have to be extremely careful to make sure I feed her a high quality food that


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