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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-10-2007, 12:04 AM Thread Starter
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Pedigree Ice cream sandwhiches..

Has anyone ever given there pets these ice cream sandwhiches?
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David saw them at the grocery store and asked if he should get some for allie. which would prolly be alot better for her than the ice cream cone we get her from mcdonalds



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I honestly never heard of it till now
Lactose free,I can eat it too without breaking out? Awesome
I never seen it in stores,maybe i'll find it in Wal-mart someday& pick it up to let my doggies try it


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I think these are the ice-cream sandwich treats my friend gave her dog once, and her dog was super sick from it. Had the runs and vomited. So you should probably be careful.


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I bought them for the dogs as an Easter present. I haven't given them any yet. I probably will this weekend. I will be sure to only give them a small piece to see if it makes them sick.

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I honestly never heard of it till now
Lactose free,I can eat it too without breaking out? Awesome
I never seen it in stores,maybe i'll find it in Wal-mart someday& pick it up to let my doggies try it

they have lactose free ice cream sandwiches and regular ice cream if you look close enough at the store....

I'm so excited for these...I'll have to find some for Shadow pup.

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David says they were in with the rest of the ice creams.. makes me wonder how many kids snuck them into the carts while there parents weren't paying attention



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There are treats called Frosty Paws too. I have never given them to my pups but I thought it was a cute idea.

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Frosty Paws are great!! The only scary thing I've seen is an elderly person actually eating one of them since it's a non-dairy frozen treat.

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wow nothing like that over here , i give my guys watermelon frozen into ice cubes for a cold treat , keeps them busy trying to keep it in thier mouths too

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Anyone try these after?

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they have lactose free ice cream sandwiches and regular ice cream if you look close enough at the store....
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I'll have to look for them


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I've never tried frozen doggie treats, but maybe after a few drinks I'll have to try them

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Anyone try these after?
I've tried both Breyers lactose free vanilla ice cream and the ice cream sandwiches and they taste the same. (the lady i used to work for was lactose intolerate) They are also getting a little bit easier to find. Hope you are able to find something that works for you. Did you ever try lactaid milk? it's not bad either.

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I've never tried frozen doggie treats, but maybe after a few drinks I'll have to try them

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I've tried both Breyers lactose free vanilla ice cream and the ice cream sandwiches and they taste the same. (the lady i used to work for was lactose intolerate) They are also getting a little bit easier to find. Hope you are able to find something that works for you. Did you ever try lactaid milk? it's not bad either.
Thanks,I mainly just drink soy milk (which I love! )
I can look into lactaid...have to make sure theres no by-products though (I'm vegetarian& if they can throw by-products in certain products they'd probably find a way to put it in others as well).

Theres only like 2 kinds of cheese slices I can eat if I chose to eat cheese regularly (dont due to breakouts& I think I turned myself from it..).& The no-name brands are worse then the brand names for by-products =[ So I just buy vegan cheese to fix that problem =]

So yeah,I'll look @ the ingredients in lactaid =D


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