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Homegrown

Fresh picked from our yard.
Home grown

Ready Shelby?
Let's share

Yum!
yummy tomato

September 29, 2008 | Permalink

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Good stuff, Shelby! My kids love green beans and can't get enough...they even go into the garden to snitch them right off the vines. Silly puppies!

Posted by: Traci Brennan | Sep 29, 2008 6:54:35 AM

Oh..so cute...our Teddy Bear helps himself to the Tiny-Tim tomatoes and loves the strawberries that he can pick all by himself. Who knew Pugs were also excellent farmers!!!

Posted by: AnnCrago | Sep 29, 2008 7:59:52 AM

Ummm Good!! Is there anything pugs wont eat or want to eat? I've yet to find something that our Sandy does not like.

Posted by: Sandy | Sep 29, 2008 8:09:54 AM

Awww...too cute!

Posted by: Nevis | Sep 29, 2008 9:58:34 AM

I agree-is there anything that a pug won't eat? I tried giving Mia a cherry tomato and it squirted all over- Shelby must be a "neater eater"......

Posted by: Mary and Mia | Sep 29, 2008 10:22:26 AM

Oh, look how anxious she is getting that
piece of tomato?
Winston loves cherry tomatoes, If I grew it in the backyard, i'm sure he would his very best to try to eat them off the vine.

Posted by: Joanne | Sep 29, 2008 2:26:56 PM

Looks yummy!

Posted by: BostonShelbyFan | Sep 29, 2008 5:32:09 PM

Hi,

How do you guys know what can be fed and what can't?

i heard grapes cannot be fed.

Help!!!

Posted by: Arlene | Sep 29, 2008 9:04:11 PM

Yahtzee will eat *mostly* anything- However, she doesn't like lettuce, or certain other green vegetables, like cabbage, or bellpepper... But she loves brussel sprouts.

So bizarre.

Cute Shelby, though, as usual!

Posted by: Emma | Sep 30, 2008 10:42:39 AM

Arlene, there are several places on the internet that list foods that are bad for dogs. The foods I can think of are grapes, raisins (they're just dried grapes, of course), onions, and chocolate (especially dark chocolate). There are also several plants that are poisonous to dogs, but I can't remember them right now. Also be aware of antifreeze, which is sweet to a dog's taste buds, but extremely dangerous.

Posted by: J.D. | Sep 30, 2008 7:40:18 PM

Hi Arlene,

Agreed with J.D. Also, check out aspca.org. There's lots of good information there regarding food and poisons.

Posted by: Winnie | Sep 30, 2008 9:20:58 PM

Daisy picks them right off the vine! She loves them so!

Posted by: Michele | Oct 1, 2008 11:41:51 AM

Gosh that is amazing, just one more ways that I think Loki is just some freeloading elf in a really good Pug Costume. Loki will not eat vegetables...every once in a blue blue moon he might take a baby carrot and chew it but only under peer pressure. He won't even eat his dog food unless really hungry.

But sit down and try to have any kind of protein or carbo and he is your best friend.

Posted by: Loki | Oct 7, 2008 2:04:04 PM

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