table scrap

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table scrap

A piece of food left over from a meal. Don't give the dog another table scrap, I don't want him to get sick. We spend all day cooking their food, and all we get to eat are their table scraps.
See also: scrap, table
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Here in Pakistan most of the cats were on home-cooked diet (table scrap) than commercial food contrary to the trend seen in developed states (Walker 2009) due to presence of more improved human-animal bond.
Curle knows what to expect from a Micky Adams side and feels his Carlisle team will be a match for Rovers with their hard-working and fighting spirit in today's bottom of the table scrap.
To avoid relegation and not get dragged into the dreaded bottom of the table scrap. It's going to be a very tough season and if we look at the performances in the first two league games, it's already very much predictable that this season is going to be the same as the previous two.
The bottom of the table scrap at Hinderwell against Normanby Parklands A ended in victory for the home side.
Eventually, your dog will realize his behavior does not result in a table scrap and will stop begging.
MONTROSE boss John Sheran has warned his players to maintain their discipline in tonight's bottom of the table scrap with East Stirling.
But his manager had vowed not to lose this tense bottom-of-the- table scrap at the McAlpine and showed that he is no respecter of reputations when it comes to survival.
In the bottom of the table scrap Dean Doherty's penalty gave Carrick a 1-0 derby victory over Ballyclare.
Avoid the urge to feed your pets table scraps or other foods intended for people.
It is estimated that 2.4 million dogs, 1.5 million cats and 30,000 rabbits are fed table scraps or leftovers as one of their main types of food.
Regardless of the main ration given, it is very important that you do not provide too many treats, snacks, table scraps or nutritional supplements to your pet without discussing them with your vet practice.
They were exercised regularly, knew their place in the home, and (almost) never got table scraps.
You will eat his table scraps and live for 25 years.' The dog responded, 'Lord, to live 25 years as a dog like that is too much.
Unfortunately, giving them table scraps, unhealthy food or extra treats seems like a good idea at the time, but it's not good for them.