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Topic: coffee dogs (18 msgs / 259 lines)
1) From: homeroast
okay - thanks for a morning chuckle ...http://www.homeroasting.com/gallery/main.php?g2_itemIdâ41tom
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2) From: Jared
Now that is truly Heat gun dog bowl dog, roasting.  Jared
On Jan 19, 2008 12:00 PM, Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee <
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3) From: Lynne
Thanks, Tom - that is SO cute.
I couldn't let my Emma that close to a bowl of coffee - she'd eat them!
Lynne

4) From: Demian Ebert
Yeah, our hound pays very close attention when I'm putting beans in the
grinder. He'll also cleanup the occasional spillage from the SC/TO, but has
to wait for them to cool down. It's pretty funny, but he loves those coffee
beans.
Demian
On Jan 24, 2008 12:51 PM, Lynne  wrote:
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5) From: Dave Ehrenkranz
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I will have to see if my dogs like roasted beans. It work certainly  
help me keep my stash down.
dave
On Jan 26, 2008, at 11:15 AM, Demian Ebert wrote:
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I will have to see if my dogs =
like roasted beans. It work certainly help me keep my stash =
down.dave
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Demian Ebert wrote:
Yeah, = our hound pays very close attention when I'm putting beans in the = grinder. He'll also cleanup the occasional spillage from the SC/TO, but = has to wait for them to cool down. It's pretty funny, but he loves those = coffee beans. á Demian On Jan 24, 2008 12:51 PM, Lynne <lynnebiz> wrote: = Thanks, Tom - that is SO = cute. I couldn't let my Emma that close to a bowl of coffee - = she'd eat them! Lynne = = --Apple-Mail-20--270174662--

6) From: Rich
Caffeine is toxic to dogs.  Don't let them eat too much.
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7) From: Andy Thomas
My dogs have no interest in coffee, brewed or beans. When one was a pup she once drank a whole store-bought (ei, not home-brewed) caffe latte and then ate the paper cup. Since then she won't touch the stuff.
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From: Dave Ehrenkranz 
To: homeroast
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 11:22:04 AM
Subject: Re: +coffee dogs
I will have to see if my dogs like roasted beans. It work certainly help me keep my stash down.
dave
On Jan 26, 2008, at 11:15 AM, Demian Ebert wrote:
Yeah, our hound pays very close attention when I'm putting beans in the grinder. He'll also cleanup the occasional spillage from the SC/TO, but has to wait for them to cool down. It's pretty funny, but he loves those coffee beans.
 
Demian
On Jan 24, 2008 12:51 PM, Lynne  wrote:
Thanks, Tom - that is SO cute.
I couldn't let my Emma that close to a bowl of coffee - she'd eat them!
Lynne
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8) From: Joseph Robertson
Andy,
I had a similar experience. I'm not a dog and I didn't eat the paper cup. It
was a long time ago, I think it was *$ coffee or a shop that was trying to
mimic *$'s blends. Now I'm roasting my own and giving away what I don't brew
for myself.
Cheers,
JoeR
On Jan 26, 2008 3:18 PM, Andy Thomas  wrote:
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9) From: Brett Mason
Sometimes commercial coffee is so bad you have to eat the cup, just to get
rid of the rancid swill...
Brett
On Jan 26, 2008 5:18 PM, Andy Thomas  wrote:
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10) From: Dave Ehrenkranz
thanks for the warning. No roasted beans for my dogs. Besides  I like  
my dogs mellow.
dave
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11) From: Lynne
hahahahahahahhahaha
you guys need to post a spew alert warning... ha!

12) From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Claus_Th=F8gersen?=
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HI,
Since I starting roasting coffee my own 2 dogs have tried several times =
to eat the occational roasted bean that finds its way onto my kitchen =
floor. My former dog a labrador Tried both to eat green and roasted =
beans, but to his big amazement it did not work out for a dog that was =
really really hungry for all food!
My current guide dog Grunk a German shephard (something wrong with that =
spelling!) does not really care, he knows that coffee beans is not =
really his kind of food!
Claus

13) From: Treshell
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We sold a pup 6 years ago that loved his morning cup.  His owners do not
drink coffee at all.  Azam still has his morning cup however.  They bought
him a Krups steam espresso.  He still gets his cup and they steam his milk.
They take it with them on vacations.  We lost his daddy last week.  Its odd
that we don╣t have a dog waiting for his espresso.
Tres

14) From: Lynne
Please, Tres - understand that coffee is toxic for dogs. I may not effect
the dog right away, (just like chocolate may not effect a dog immediately,
but cause heart failure later) - just don't want anyone to read this (now or
in the archives) and think it's O.K. to give a dog coffee in any form.
Lynne
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15) From: Lynne
sorry for the typo. meant to say "It," not "I might not effect the dog right
away..."
need to get some sleep..
Lynne

16) From: Treshell
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17) From: Joseph Robertson
Point taken Lynne. Thanks,
JoeR
On Jan 30, 2008 6:46 PM, Lynne  wrote:
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18) From: Lynne
I'm not going to take part in any argument - that's great for you, if, in
fact, your dogs weren't harmed by that. I know many people who fed/feed
their dogs cheap kibble - my ex's aunt & uncle (may they rest in peace) did
that & both their dogs lived to their late teens.
They also drank Swiss Miss & called it coffee - I wouldn't drink that stuff
or feed my dogs coffee/espresso, chocolate, onions, grapes or alcohol - I
don't see a need for it, and to me, it's not worth the risk.
To each their own - just wanted others to know the potential danger. What
you do is your business...
Lynne
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