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Celebrate Mardi Gras With This Simply Special Treat!

I'm looking for a last-minute way to celebrate Mardi Gras with North, who constantly has food on his mind. Now we all know that a traditional King Cake has no place in pets' tummies (with all that sugar), but the concept is definitely something we can work with.If you're unfamiliar with this dessert, a King Cake is a sweet treat that traditionally has a trinket like a bean or plastic baby hidden somewhere inside. The person who gets the prize gets to be king for the day. To find out how to surprise your pets this way,

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Obviously, we don't want to add a nonedible choking hazard to our animals' food, but what about adding a special "trinket" to dinner tonight? Simply take a special treat that would normally be fed by itself and bury it inside your pet's wet (or dry) food. I tested this with North this morning and boy was he happy – he actually dug through the food with his mouth to eat the snack first! Remember, just one – we don't want pets to experience Fat Tuesday all too literally.

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meah8 meah8 7 years
I've actually done this before and my beagle girl, Kylie, can sniff out those treats no matter what! She loves it :) I also make her do a scavenger hunt sometimes by hiding small treats around the house in her favorite spots...it's so funny when she gets a whiff, her nose starts twitching and she starts investigating whole-heartedly! Great idea to share!!
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