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Old 03-20-2013, 05:12 PM   #21
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Hello, Just an FYI, do Not give your dog beer, hops are toxic to dogs just like chocolate is, and do Not give your dogs IPAs whatever you do, I asked our vet about giving our dog spent grain dog treats and she said NO.

I also use to give our dog beer, until speaking with our vet.

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Hops, maybe. But what is your vet's rationale for no spent grain treats?
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My dog The Gambler (English Pointer) loves booze. It doesn't matter if it's beer or liquor. Anytime I'm drinking in the backyard I have to keep an eye on him, he will steal whatever you're drinking if you don't watch him. And he'll sit and stare at you with that look of "are you going to give me some" until you give him some. Then he'll run off and chase birds. I know it's not "safe" to give your dogs alcohol, but is it really "safe" to give it to ourselves? It's not like he gets drunk, he just has a few sips. Here he is drinking my Old Grandad and Coke. The other dog, Chopper (Jack Russel Terrier) doesn't like booze at all.
Love it man great picture. My dog does the same thing until you give her some and yes if you aren't looking she will steal you drink
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Hops, maybe. But what is your vet's rationale for no spent grain treats?
They contain hop residue/saturation in them.

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But doesnt the spent grain get removed from the process post-sparge and before the boil, meaning that the hops simply havent entered the equation yet?

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They contain hop residue/saturation in them.

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Not unless you are mash hopping, they don't.
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Not unless you are mash hopping, they don't.
Never heard of that. Hops come after the grain in every brew I've ever done. No hops in any of my spent grain.
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Hey I don't care, vets orders are vets orders and the health of the dog is paramount... I was just making sure there wasnt a procedure I wasnt aware of yet.

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They contain hop residue/saturation in them.

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Never had hops mixed in my spent grain either. You should tell your vet they should study up on that one, before offering incorrect advise.


I have never had a dog that would drink beer, even though a couple would eat anything that I ate. One of my dogs would go nuts if i was eating a orange until I have her a wedge. Another would go crazy for Hot Fries, then his mouth would get hot, and he would rub his face on the carpet and groan until the head went away, then beg for more.
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When I was younger we had a chocolate lab that loved beer. One night the tap froze so my dad had the line open trying to thaw it. He went upstairs for a bit and came down to a floor full of beer. The dog standing right in the middle lapping it up. There was probably a half gallon at least on the floor. Lived till she was 12 almost 13

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What you didnt know is she got into the peanuts and pretzels first.

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