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Can dogs eat mustard greens

Can dogs eat mustard greens

Can dogs eat mustard greens?

I'd like to know what you think about the possibility of a dog eating this sort of vegetable. They have a wide variety of natural plants and vegetation and I'm thinking that there are some things they will probably not be able to get enough nutrients from.

The leaves are green and slightly sharp tasting. I'm not sure how the roots are because I haven't dug it up yet. I just pulled it out of a plant bed after a big rainstorm and it appears to be in prime condition.

If I remember correctly, dogs can eat a lot of plants. But if they have a bad reaction to it, they will not be able to get the nutrition they need from the plant. Dogs will eat a lot of weeds. I remember a neighbor having a dog who would go into her garden and eat her spinach, peppers, and onions.

When I lived in the countryside, all the people around us were very careful about what their dogs ate. You never could take a piece of fruit and leave it in your yard, let alone a bit of lettuce. If your dog ate something that you didn't like, you just made a special effort to remove the remnants from your property. I'd imagine that if you leave a vegetable where your dog could eat it, it would cause her problems.

My husband has had many health problems over the years, so we don't take our dogs out, but I think they would be able to handle a vegetable like this. I'm just guessing though because I have no idea what they eat or how much. He would be able to eat anything that my husband could, like carrots and potatoes, but I don't know how much they would eat. I have no idea what a dog weighs. I've seen my husband eat huge quantities of stuff.

Our dog ate something I had hidden behind the bush in the garden, so I know she could eat it. If my dog ate this kind of lettuce, she would just leave some behind because it didn't taste good to her. But she would eat a carrot or potato just fine.

I think you could probably leave it in your garden. It might make you want to go put it in your trash can.

But if your dog eats it and the garden's weeds, you could always eat it for lunch the next day. The more weed eating you do, the better your gardening looks!

Last edited by juliecline, 11-26-2013 at 03:15 PM.

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Our dog ate something I had hidden behind the bush in the garden, so I know she could eat it. If my dog ate this kind of lettuce, she would just leave some behind because it didn't taste good to her. But she would eat a carrot or potato just fine.

I think you could probably leave it in your garden. It might make you want to go put it in your trash can.

But if your dog eats it and the garden's weeds, you could always eat it for lunch the next day. The more weed eating you do, the better your gardening looks!

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. If you want me to pull them, I will.

That wasn't about the weeds! I do it all the time. It was a way to get rid of all the junk in my garden and it's a way for the birds to make a living. I'm on a fixed income and if I don't plant and weed I have a feeling that it will make my garden even smaller.

I also don't believe that they could just eat it as weed. Lettuce is one of the best green foods you can grow in your garden. It might make you want to go put it in your trash can.

But if your dog eats it and the garden's weeds, you could always eat it for lunch the next day. The more weed eating you do, the better your gardening looks!

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. If you want me to pull them, I will.

They are my problem not yours. I should never have left them where they were. I was told to use them as mulch and they are gone. I live in central Kentucky where the temperatures are usually in the 80's during the summer. If I have to deal with a bunch of mosquitoes in the summer, I'm sure you do too.

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. If you want me to pull them, I will.

If you wanted to do that, you would have done that on Wednesday or Thursday, but you're still talking about Monday morning. I didn't ask you to pull them, I was told by the man who I bought them from to take them out and that I was the only one that knew how to use them as mulch and they aren't mulch. So now you say you are going to come back on Thursday morning and get the weeds out of your garden? So if you are still on my property Monday morning in a couple of hours or after I leave or you don't show up, I will pull them myself, or do whatever I need to do.

I don't think I can do anything, because you didn't do anything that I asked you to do. So I think it is okay for me to do what I want to do. I didn't ask you to come back on Monday morning either. You just said that you were going to do that. I don't see any way that you are going to try and pull them up Monday morning unless you're willing to do what I need you to do. I don't think I have any reason to try and pull them up Monday morning.

That's fine, but I still will pull them up. I'll get you a refund. The man said he would come back Monday and get them. Then I'll go out again Tuesday morning to pull them out. If I am here Monday morning and there's something you want to do, then I will take them back and give you a refund. If you want to deal with the man that I got them from.

This is all I can do. If you would like to tell me what I'm going to have to do or that you can't do, you can tell me what you want to do or not do.


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