By peanuts - 03/07/2010 04:04 - United States
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^^^^ I hope you're trolling. OP- Wasn't the box a dead giveaway? Or do you keep his treats in a cookie jar so he feels special, even though he probably can't tell? Most boxes I've seen have something that makes it obvious. But I guess now you'll have a shiny coat and stronger teeth.
and people don't be dull, he's trying to relay te fact that his dog saw him eating a dry crunchy cookie, which made the same sound its treats made when it ate them, so it rally was a cookie, the dog just THOUGHT it was one of its treats. FOR SERIOUS, learn to literacy!!!! (unless they were home made dog treats, or store bought dog teats stored either in cookie packaging or a box that would suggest to the OP that they were human cookies)
usually animal foods and treats have a distinct smell. either you can't smell for shit or you must've been horkin down doggie treats without chewing....were they in a labrled bag? how do you not know? lmao it wasn't like 'mom decided to put dog treats in our cookie jar.' lol
Well, homemade dog treats don't really look that different from regular cookies. And they just use normal ingredients found in pretty much every kitchen, so they don't smell or taste much different either. I can see how OP would make the mistake. My question is, why are they just eating random cookies that someone left out? Didn't they consider that they might actually BELONG to someone?
Iunno, man, I used to have hamsters and there was this one brand of treats that was delicious. I mean, I ate them. They were cheese-flavored yogurt treats and man, they were good. I'd give one to the hammy and pop one myself. I convinced my dad and grandma to try one too, and they even agreed.