Pet-Meds Sent A Free Dog Biscuit

@NailTech (6892)
United States
December 31, 2012 8:35pm CST
It is the first time I have ordered from them online, I wanted to see if the cat would take these supplements and it came with a dropper thankfully so maybe I can use it to give my cat her Omega 3's easier. She just hates it so much. I got a free large dog biscuit in the box and now I don't know what to do with it as I only have a cat. What would you do with it, I don't know any dogs either. I wish I could give it to a hungry dog out there~
2 responses
@echoforever (5192)
• United States
1 Jan 13
The only suggestion I have is to give the biscuit to a neighbor who has a dog. At least you h ave the dropper for your cat now.
@NailTech (6892)
• United States
1 Jan 13
None of them do, I mean the neighbor in the back of us does at the side where they have kids playing baseball all the time there in the summer too, but we don't see them much now when the weather gets colder. Yes, the dropper might come in handy now.
@NailTech (6892)
• United States
1 Jan 13
Oh yea on the other side of us too but again we don't see them much now in the colder months. I feel like I'm wasting food if I throw it away.
• United States
1 Jan 13
Oh i see, well not sure what else to suggest unless you go for a walk and see a dog to give it to.
@Loverbear (4929)
• United States
1 Jan 13
Wow! Score!! It reminds me of when the dachshunds decided to teach the cats how to bark. They couldn't understand why the cats could only meow. It did work in a way because Willy will meow when the little guys bark. It is so cute and so funny! Then of course Khuay does like dog food...and Willy on occasion will indulge in some dry dog food. But neither of them are into dog biscuits. I would carry the biscuit with me, you may luck out on one of your trips and find a person with a dog. But just like when you want to pet a dog, ask first if the dog can have the biscuit. Or if there is someone on the corner pan handling with their dog, give it to them for their dog. Most of the homeless people do have a dog to protect them.
@NailTech (6892)
• United States
3 Jan 13
Score? LOL. I see where Khuay gets his 'funniness' from now. I don't get close enough to a homeless person little own one with a dog where I am, I don't venture out of the house in general much especially in the winter. But I do go out. Anyways I was thinking the same thing, when i go to garage sales at least there is always a dog there but the owner might get mad at me for giving their dog a treat. Sometimes you never know if someone has less than good intentions and I don't blame them if they got mad. Maybe I'll just leave it out on the sidewalk for a stray to get it or something like that. We have racoons, etc here too so I dunno if those types of animals take them. But I don't wanna throw it out.
@Loverbear (4929)
• United States
3 Jan 13
There is one problem with leaving it out for a raccoon or stray dog, they will realize that there is food available close by and will return time after time to see if there is more...especially the raccoons! Your garbage will be raided, your garden dug up, and so much more. I carry dog treats with me, but I NEVER give the dog the treat without asking the owner first. More often than not I will hand the biscuit to the dog's owner to give it to their dog, simply because like me they train their dogs not to accept food from strangers but only from their hands. Don't feel alone, I don't go out much during the winter either. I hate the cold to start with, and because of the horrible arthritis I have in my knees it is miserable to try to walk on them...and of course winter makes it so much worse. Plus there aren't too many garage sales either!