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February 23, 2010


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Smalltown Mom

Poor pup! What will you try next? Cheese?


As sneaky as my cat!


Who says dogs are dumb?


Oh no! That's quite a pill regimen.

apathy lounge

Soft cat food. Hide them in soft cat food, because dogs (at least mine can't) like to eat whatever isn't theirs to eat. It's soggy and the pills mix right in.

busy bee suz

Oy is right!!!!


Meatloaf, specially made without onions (onions are bad for dogs). I find it's sticky enough to hide a pill and tasty enough that I can get my lady-like little eater to gulp it without discovering the pill. So glad your girl is doing better! Your post on WC was


Yikes! Giving pets medicine is such a huge challenge!

Manic Mommy

Peanut butter. Damn, you need to get a little doggy day of the week pill dispenser.

(From one anal retentive to another; I like the color coding.)


Pill Pockets worked very well for me in the past.

green girl in Wisconsin

Sneaky little son of a gun! And that reminds me, it's time to give the cat her worm pill...


Oh my goodness! You have your hands full. Did you at least get a good night's rest?

Deb D

Cheese works here.

Reluctant Blogger

haha clever dog.


Oy. That looks a little like the list of pills my mother was on. Luckily, no roast beef needed to be employed.

prof. j

I use laughing cow cheese.

Brightside Susan

I second the peanut butter!


After The Terrorist figured out cheese, butter and bolagna we went with peanut butter. Dogs are hard work!

ccr in MA

Pill Pockets worked for me and my cat Pan for years, though my brother's cat figured out how to eat the coating off and spit out the pill, so they aren't going to work for every animal. Might be worth a try, though.


They are sneaky aren't they! You can always resort to tossing it down the gullet, gently holding the muzzle closed, and gently massaging her throat.

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