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Jan 29, 2014
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Eno: here's a cheaper dog food we should try. Fang: Make sure it won't affect my food allergies. Eno: Food allergies? Fang: I can't eat horse gristle.
Jan 31, 2014
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    comicgos  about 4 years ago
    But pig noses are just fine!
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    edclectic  about 4 years ago

    Is there real dog in that dog food?

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    ladykat  about 4 years ago

    Every dog I’ve ever had got plate leavings and leftovers from the fridge along with whatever dog food we could afford. All died of old age.

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    jtviper7  about 4 years ago

    If they’re hungry enough, they will eat anything.

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    Larry Justesen GC Insider about 4 years ago

    Either can I.

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    MeGoNow GC Insider about 4 years ago

    They recently discovered that, in Italy, someone was passing off hog anuses for calamari. (It does not speak highly of calamari that the scheme actually worked.)

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    beviek  about 4 years ago

    Dogs do have taste buds. According to Yahoo. "Most of their taste buds are located at the tip of the tongue. However, they only have about 17% as many taste buds as we do. (That means that they only have about 1,700 taste buds. Humans have about 10,000 taste buds.) As such, they can tell the difference between salty, sweet, bitter and sour, but their sense of taste really isn’t much better than that.

    It’s believed that dogs rely on their sense of smell more than their sense of taste when it comes to food. When they want something tasty, they aren’t necessarily recalling how good the food tastes; they want it because it smells delicious. A dog’s sense of smell is extremely powerful; their olfactory center is forty times bigger than ours! They even have an organ on the roof of their mouth that allows them to “taste” certain scents."

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