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Think I am suffering from sleep deprevation :D .. fel sure I read somehwere that carrots - I think frozon - are Ok to give puppies when teething ... but now I can't find the thread. On the other hand I could have dreamt it all !!!

Mollie is 9 weeks old - is that too young for a carrot? How much should I let her have? - I am assuming the whole carrot to chew on because smaller bits might be dangerous? But maybe take it away before she eats too much??:confused:
 

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Just posted on your recall thread, but yes you can give carrots, Dudley loves them, I usually give pieces 1-2 inches and he always chews on them - i guess I would give larger if I worried he may swallow whole and choke, I've never tried them frozen though.
 

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I used to give Wilf carrots when he was small and he would sit waiting for peelings at one time.. but yeh great frozen for teething. I saw someone last week who had small pieces chopped up as a training treat for her dog. Embee used to use frozen peas for training with Flo.
 

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Yep carrots are fine for puppies .. my new puppy has recently had a carrot .. I do watch her when she has a carrot though .. my adult cockapoos eat them and love them ... my puppy Fudge plays with it more than eats it .. but soooo cute .. xxx
 

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Are you back yet turi? How was your holiday? Did you both survive little miss safi? X
Hi Sam!

Yes, I am back. We missed Saffi like CRAZY and have discussed getting her a pet passport and taking a trip to the South of France next year instead of leaving her. However, Sue (Mogdog) took such good care of her and it’s clear that Saffi and Bess really hit it off.

How is your puppy wait going?!

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Thanks for all the comments. Mollie loves her carrots ... and it stops her nipping at us!
Exactly .. it keeps these chewing puppies happy and busy for a while ...

My puppy is a chewer, so I am always looking for new things to keep her busy, better than biting my furniture :) carrots, antler bar, pigs ear... I have also made my own tug toys and put them in the freezer ... nice cold tug toy to play with :)
 
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