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Can dogs have bbq sauce on cornbread and still be healthy?

My dog takes cornbread, and a lot of sauce in it, on a daily basis. The last time I went to his doctor they told me not to let him have sauce. Does this mean that his organs will be weak or will not operate in the best manner if he takes cornbread with sauce on it, or is he ok? Thanks.

My son, at 14 months of age, loves cornbread with BBQ sauce on it. He has it, as I do, daily. He is getting plenty of veggies and meat. His GI was checked 3 yrs ago and he is fine! No signs of problems in the last check either. His parents and I are very glad to hear this.

My dog and I, too, enjoy cornbread with BBQ sauce on it. In fact, if I were to eat it without the sauce, it would make me ill. I am sure his GI tract is as sound as it can be for someone his age.

My question is, do you have to feed your dog anything that your human eats?

I think that depends on your definition of "good health" and "the dog having enough energy".

I personally think that the dog I take with me to a restaurant, should be able to eat anything I'm eating if I'm paying. If I take them to my house, that should be good enough. So, if I would order French fries for myself, they should be good enough for my dog to eat. If not, I'd let them go.

I think that the vet should be the one to decide what your dog can eat. There are tons of conflicting views.

I think the general guideline is to keep foods in which you are comfortable eating, for your dog. If you and your dog do not want to eat that food, it's not a good idea for your dog to be eating it. However, sometimes it's just a matter of convenience for the owner. Sometimes, the owners of dogs are just sick to death of their dogs eating their food. Sometimes, it's just a matter of them being picky and not wanting to eat anything they do not want to eat. Other times, it is because the owner's food tastes better than their dog's.

I do not think that you have to give your dog everything that you eat. It's not a good idea.

I've been taking our dog to restaurants with me (and we have a large amount of food at home and she's not small so she can eat a lot of food, I think). I don't think we've had any problems, but that's probably because she's just hungry when she comes home. I know that if my human had more time and energy, she'd want to eat dinner out, too.

I think it depends on the restaurant, what your food of choice is, and how you feel about them. I would think that if you had a nice restaurant, you would eat what you want and enjoy it, as long as you did not have any allergies. I know that as long as I'm paying for it and it doesn't taste like vomit to me, it's fine, and I try to let the owner know that it doesn't taste good. However, it's a good idea to let them know it's food your dog just doesn't like (if your dog has dietary allergies) or to say that they should ask the server if it's ok for your dog.

I think, as much as it makes my tummy turn, it's best to let your dog eat what they want to eat. However, if you know that your dog has dietary restrictions, like allergies, I would not let your dog eat there.

If you're worried about them getting some weird disease (I would think that it would be possible since it is a restaurant, but you never know), I would make a call to the owner and tell them that you do not have any allergies and your dog does. Then, you can just give them a heads-up of what kind of food your dog likes (not that anyone can actually guess), and you will just have to make sure that they know what you would like.

I agree with the previous commenter who says that it's OK to let your dog eat what she wants, even if you don't. A restaurant is a place that is meant for people, and people tend to want to be able to eat what they want. I find that I'm happier when I am not bothered or bothered when I eat at restaurants, and I think that other people would feel the same way. However, if your dog has an allergy, or is not food-phobic, then I would not let her eat at a restaurant.

I think you should not worry too much about what your dog eats in a restaurant. I myself am a dog owner, I have never heard my dog complaining about what she had, so it's definitely not something that should bother you.

If it bothers you, just remember that many restaurants have a dog policy, so you will have to avoid them. Most restaurants have a list of what they don't allow, so I would go there first and look for that.

I don't know if it's possible, but I'd love to get a place of my own. I love my pup, but I cannot afford to live without her anymore. If only I had time and money to look after her 24/7, my life would be completely different.

So for now I need to work and pay for the rent and utilities, so I cannot take care of her myself. There are so many days when I do feel bad for having to go to work, but I'm glad that I have to, to be able to feed her. I have to remind myself that we only live once, and we have to take life by the horns and work hard to make things the best they can be.

I don't know if it's possible, but I'd love to get a place of my own. I love my pup, but I cannot afford to live without her anymore. If only I had time and money to look after her 24/7, my life would be completely different.

So for now I need to work and pay for the rent and utilities, so I cannot take care of her myself. There are so many days when I do feel bad for having to go to work, but I'm glad that I have to, to be able to feed her. I have to remind myself that we only live once, and we have to take life by the horns and work hard to make things the best they can be.

Yes I know it is very difficult, and it does sound a bit selfish.

So that's the kind of thing you have to keep reminding yourself about. It takes some effort.

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So that's the kind of thing you have to keep reminding yourself about. It takes some effort.

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