Sunday, March 9, 2014

A Helpful Guide on What to Eat

I have come to learn that some of my pals are what might be described as "fussy eaters."

One can only assume that this is due to confusion regarding what is and is not actual food.

So, I have created this helpful graphic to assist you in determining what constitutes a consumable.





Hope that helps.

Dexter done!

31 comments:

  1. oh Dexter! You and Teka follow the same diet! Gussie is of the stealth variety, and conceals foodables in his mouth until he can get them under the big bed. This leads to many interrupted snacks. You and Teka are living in the moment!

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  2. Excellent diagram, but you forgot the part "Did you poop it?" --> yes --> "Eat it!"

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  3. hhahah this flowchart is very very interesting

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  4. What professional and accurate work Dexter....have you thought about a career as a scientific food analyzer??

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  5. THAT is a Chart that FLOWS !! We think it is genius.

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  6. This answers all my questions. Thank you Dexter.

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  7. Ha, you have me laughing so hard!! I knew it had to be written by a Lab, with the "Did it make you barf?" - "Yes" - "Eat it", sequence! My trainer loves to say that Labs barf so that they can eat the same thing twice...

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  8. Your guide is brilliant, Dexter! We have never been and never will be fussy eaters!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  9. hello dexter its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow gud flowchart!!! i am pritty shoor tucker wood hav approovd!!! ha ha ok bye

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  10. That is most helpful Dexter. Thank you.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie (a borderline fussy eater).

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  11. Spoken like a true LabraDex! We know Fernant agrees wholeheartedly with you!

    Woofs,
    Tommy

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  12. The 'Did you barf?'-> yes -> eat it' loop is fantastic! You are Most Wise, Dexter the Wonder Dog!

    *kissey face*
    -Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus

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  13. Great. We think it applies to scotties and spotties, too.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

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  14. Perfect flow-chart format. Looks like you've got this foodable thing covered.

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  15. Wait! Is it possible I am part lab? That all looks quite familiar.

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  16. That kinda works the same way for cats, Dex. :)

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  17. Bawahwhahhwhahwa anything goes in my mouth :) xxoxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  18. I remember when Gg used to be a picky eater. I remember when Sis used to walk away from her food bowl... before it was empty. Somehow, those days are behind us.

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  19. Thanks Dex, I'll show this to Rory. This chart could apply to spaniels too. Rory is so fussy and lazy mum will probably start chewing up his food and spitting it into his mouth soon, like a bird, sigh. No worries, and love, Stella (food lover) and Rory

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  20. That is very helpful Dexter, just don't let Leroy see this!

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  21. RESPECT ..
    Reminds me of Frankie de tabby and his eatables. Times my mum had to take a mouse head out of my mouth when I was a pup... how she used to curse that Frankie de tabby .
    Luv's Cat Flap Cavalier X

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  22. Yep that looks like our flowchart here. We must've gone to the same doggone university

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  23. Yup, sounds about right. Did you ever have that embarrassing moment when you know it's NOT food and not tasty but have to eat it anyway cuz your family is looking? I make a special face and carry on in the true lab spirit that all is edible eventually.

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  24. HAHA! It is so much clearer to me now !

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  25. I endorse that 100%!!!!
    Yours Sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  26. Did a certain engineer you know and love help you with that fancy graphic Dex????

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  27. Super helpful

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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