Give that majestic floofer the yum slice
Karen just give the poor fluffy puppy a bite of pizza!!! Stop hurting him like you hurt everyone in your life!!!!
What kinda sick animal cruelty is this shjt?!
@Just Kraze, This isn’t animal cruelty. This is a complete affront to nature itself. This is a war crime. A crime against pupper-kind.
i really don’t think dogs are omnivores
@csortof , dogs are omnivores.
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, only for certain things, and while they can eat it it doesn't have the same nutritional value as it does for humans
@csortof , they definitely are om-nom-nomivores! Mine love baby carrots as treats and the vet says it’s great for their teeth. On the other hand cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they eat only meat and can’t even properly digest veggies.
@TheHashTagger, fun fact: carrots are a key ingredient in most dog foods
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, wolves get their vegetables from eating the stomach of their prey. I don't think its considered them being omnivorous though.
@PoliticalOtters, dogs and wolves have different diets. While related, dogs evolved a more generalized diet from wolves specifically because of us. Their diet isn't heavily vegetable based but they still can digest it while obligatory carnivores, like cats, can't digest it.
@PoliticalOtters, they also eat berries, easily accessible roots, a bit of grass occasionally (last one aids digestion to induce vomiting if their tract is irritated, so I guess not really for nutrition but they still eat it all the same and some would make it into their system), and they will also eat the vegetation that was inside their preys stomach, they are most certainly omnivores
@TheHashTagger, That still ain’t gonna stop my cat from chewing on grass and vomiting it out.
They also like dairy stuff too when they can’t digest that very well either.
@Soy un Ranchero, you cat may eat the grass to vomit, like taking a med. or your cat is just not very bright, both are possible
@PoliticalOtters, you’re just straight up wrong mam
@theshadosnipe, dogs have a "mid length" intestinal tract. Cats are carnivores and have a short intestinal tract relative to their body size, because meat is east to break down. Horses and other herbivores have long intestines because it is harder to break down plants. Humans and dogs and omnivores have a mid-length tract to allow for both.
@csortof , limited omnivores (leaning to carnivore) feeding them too much people food will make them sick, and fat - vets dont specialize in pet nutrition and learn very little on it in vet school. Don’t over simplify human and dog digestive systems vary vastly
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, careful, that's the first step to thinking they are vegans
Get this polar bear some chimkin
Never feed your dog grapes - EVER.
Negative reinforcement be like...
Lol dogs eat grass on purpose to throw up. This owner is a moron.
Poor dog. Stop making them talk like that.