48 thoughts on “Can My Dog Eat That?

    1. Starina

      yes to most greens including broccoli and lettuce, no to garlic, choccie, beer, lactose and pretty much all of the prettier types of flower.

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  1. Clampers Outside!

    When I was 10 I fed a handful of XXX Strong Mints to the donkey in the field beside Blackrock tower in Salthill.

    He got a bit of a shock me thinks, he was hee-hawing a little louder than usual after.

    He was none to cool about it.
    That was naughty.

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          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            “It’s impossible,” said pride. “It’s risky,” said experience. “It’s pointless,” said reason. “Give it a try,” whispered the heart.

            That’s me, the human fridge magnet :D

          2. Brother Barnabas

            if it helps or makes any difference, i’m no bother at all. And easily please. A small bit of frottage and I’m sated.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          I have a moderately true story about Terence Trent D’Arby, Enda Wyatt and me. If I wasn’t at work, I’d tell it. Some other time perhaps.

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          1. Brother Barnabas

            Quick version —

            Outside The Kitchen, many years ago. TTD is, despite appearances, pretty handy in a row – fists going like a human windmill (but in an effective sort of way). I got kicked out, pretty unceremoniously. And having a cheeky mouth problem since childhood got myself into further bother with two bouncers on the street. I was being a bit cheeky, but no call for that. Anyway, along come TTD and EW – and hurled themselves into the fray. Mainly TTD. and then we adjourned to Mr Pussys on sufolk street. that was fun.

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            That’s fantastic!

            I think TTD was an army boxing champ, but then wasn’t everyone :)

          3. Brother Barnabas

            Just googled that -yes, “He trained as a boxer in Orlando and in 1980 won the Florida Golden Gloves lightweight championship”

            Makes total sense. Fairly slight guy, but I’ve genuinely never seen anyone fight like that. Two massive big fat old-school Dublin bouncers got the hiding of their lives. Utter bullies who finally got what was coming. I bet they still talk about it. They were stunned in every way. And, one thing that always stuck in my head, he was wearing sunglasses – never even slipped off.

        1. terrence trent darby

          you seem like the sort who would actually have a donkey skin jacket alright. and no pants. in a rcoking chair on ur front porch overlooking a runway, shouting obsenities at the planes landing and taking off.

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  2. dave g k

    My dog could eat everything on that list.

    The real question though was should he have?

    It was the fags however that got him in the end.

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  3. Starina

    my dog use to get jealous when we fed the horses lettuce and would try to eat it all, despite not otherwise showing any interest in the vegetable.

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    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      My dog is mad for latte, to the extent that you can only drink it when she’s out the back :)

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      1. Starina

        haha! my cat is mad for bananas…if I’m making a smoothie she climbs all over me as if I have fish. funny little critters

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  4. Daisy Chainsaw

    Have you ever seen the utter contentment of a dog munching away on a carrott? Better than a bone.

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  5. Dong

    As soon as my dog hears the sticker being removed from an apple (even from another room) she’s on it like a car bonnet

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  6. Frilly Keane

    the chances of my dog atin’ broccolli or pineapple

    or any fruit or veg
    unless its covered in buttery creamy surgery stuff

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  7. Janet, I ate my avatar

    My fool eats anything not nailed down. Had to replace a homeless man’s lunch the other day after she swipped what he had.

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