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    Dogs and tomatoes

    Does anyone else have a dog that likes tomatoes?
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    Highly acidic foods like tomatoes are not good for your doggies lil tummy.
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
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    Don't know about tomatoes, but mine ate part of a banana peel tonight. He likes honeycombs too.
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    my old dobie zeke used to eat tomatoes, climb up peach trees to eat only the ripest peaches, ate jalapenos, bushes and all and the occasional wasp or two. i miss zeke

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    Watermelon big time.

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    when our daughter was very young she enjoyed removing the pit from cherries and fed cherries to niece's Siberian husky.
    my sister-in-law was horrified the first time she saw the dog chomping at our daughters hands which were dripping with red juice

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    No tomato-eating dogs, but we've got a cat who eats strawberries and olives.
    - Erik

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    My american cocker spaniel eats EVERYTHING. I still haven't found one thing she doesn't eat.
    My american bulldog however hardly eats anything at all.

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    My Staffordshire Bull Terriers eat most everything, but my Am staffish rescue dog is quite picky, even when the girls demo for him.
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    I had a welsh springer that liked orange peel.
    Was great at getting rabbits but didn't like blood, so used to drown them in the river and swallow them whole like a furry python with ears.
    What a rare beast she was

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