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    DefaultWhat about Baby Food Veggies?

    Just wondering... would feeding baby food veggies be okay? It would be awfully convenient.

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    I don't know why not. Keep in mind some people don't feed veggies at all.

    Edited to add: I would make sure that they didn't have added salt, sugar, etc.

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    DefaultRe: What about Baby Food Veggies?

    Most baby food does not have stuff added to it.

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    I've never feed it, and I haven't even thought about it, but I don't see why it wouldn't work. In fact, people that make their own baby food just puree veggies. I think that would work just fine.

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    What a great idea !!! My Myia is a picky vege eater...spits them out. I am going to try adding a Baby Food Sweet Potatoe and Pumpkin (if it is available) in the next batch of food I make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myia's Love View Post
    What a great idea !!! My Myia is a picky vege eater...spits them out. I am going to try adding a Baby Food Sweet Potatoe and Pumpkin (if it is available) in the next batch of food I make.
    i have to ask - why? dogs don't need extra (or any really) veggys so why add baby food to their diet?
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanya View Post
    i have to ask - why? dogs don't need extra (or any really) veggys so why add baby food to their diet?
    We were at the Vet last week and I was told to add vegeis to her diet because she is getting overweight. I am a first time Dog owner so have lots to learn. I will take any advice....

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    not sure I would substitute baby food for veggies for a dog on a diet. take aloof at the calories before you consider it (there might be some baby veggies low on fat? no fat?). The veggies were just to help the dog "feel full". if she is being picky about them I would say her loss (and I would not give her any baby food or further veggies)

    Try green beans. frozen or fresh (canned has salt added wich is not good)
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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    I have given my girl, Breezy, baby food ( green beans, carrots, sweet potato ) but just make sure there is NO garlic or onion powder in it. I buy the Organic baby food; it's just veggies, no salt or onion/garlic powder. What I do with the baby food is put it in her Kong and freeze it. It makes a great low-cal treat in the summer and takes her a while to eat it all because it's frozen. She loves it!!

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    Try adding frozen string beans and giving less kibble.works well.

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