Yes ice cream can effect dogs especially chocolate ice cream.
Ice cream isn't good for dogs because ice cream gives dogs sugar rush and they can go bananas!
Rottweilers can eat ice cream as long as its not too cold and its not chocolate (chocolate is dangerous for dogs)
Dogs aren't supposed to eat ice cream but a little might be okay You can't give dogs chocolate ice cream though.
Ice cream is pretty bad for the dog already but chocolate ice cream is especially unhealthy. The cause of this is that chocolate contains an ingredient called Theobromine, which is toxic to dogs. However, if you do like to treat your dog with tasty snacks, I would recommend a brand of ice cream for dogs called Frosty Paws.
A singular subject has a singular verb form.He/ she/ it/ and singular noun subjects like the boy/ my brother are singular subject and the verb form for singular subjects is verb + sHe likes ice cream. My brother likes ice cream. The dog likes ice cream.Plural subjects have a verb from with no -s.They like ice cream. The dogs like ice cream.This is true for present tense
yes dogs can eat cheese and ice cream however it is'nt the best thing for them to eat. I would not give your dog to much cheese and ice-cream but a litle will not harm them.
Because ice-cream is iced cream!
i love ice cream
a custered is like a pie and ice cream is ice cream
the ice cream was as smooth as silk! the ice cream was as hard as a rock! ice cream is like angels singing from above!
Brack Obama like to eat ice cream.
Ansems favorite ice cream is sea salt ice cream.
Marvin Humes dose like ice cream but his favourite ice cream flavor is vanilla and strawberry
Like this: "Your kitty tastes like ice cream."
ice cream, no big differences all over the world. It has soft ice cream, hard ice cream ect.
It's ice cream.. ice cream doesn't have feelings you doughnut. OR COS ICE CREAM IS DA ONE!<3
Rasberry ice cream
no ice cream is better
It has sugar and milk in it
Present simple has one main verb. For all subjects except he/she/it use the base form of the verb.I like ice cream. They like ice cream. We like ice cream. You like ice cream.For he/she/it add -s to the verb.He likes ice cream. She works in a school. It likes playing. (my dog).For negative sentences use do not (don't) or for he/she/it use does not (doesn't).They don't like ice cream. He doesn't like ice cream.