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    so before I go grocery shopping tonight... Is play yogurt the only kind I can give her? I heard on here of some people feeding their bullys greek yogurt or vanilla. Any suggestions?


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    Hi April, the best sources of yogurt are the plain unsweetened or the plain unsweetened Greek yogurts. You want to stay away from the flavoured yogurts due to the high sugar contents. Plain and Greek yogurts are the same, but Greek yogurt has more protein. The highest amounts of probiotics are found in Kefir, although it's more expensive than yogurt.
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    Either one is fine but only use plain if you are giving it daily. For special treats every now and then we will use vanilla. I just use the regular kind due to the way Greek is made and toxins that are created during the process.
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    I get plain greek -- organic.
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    How often do you feed your bully yogurt? If I have never given Riggins yogurt, do I slowly introduce it to him? He is 1 on Monday and has never had any people food.


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    We give 1 to 2 Tbsp. of plain yogurt on their morning kibble everyday.
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    Holly gets yogurt from time to time, no set schedule. Sometimes we find her sitting and starring at the frig because she wants some yogurt. She loves it!

    I would give Riggins 1 tbsp. No need to slowly introduce.

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