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    Dog Food

    Anyone ever tried it?

    The stuff in the tins smells and looks very fucking nice indeed.

    I'm running out of stilton so i need somet to put on my toast...

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    Yeah i buy those little premium tins of gourmet dog food for my Toy poodle, got home with the munchies one night and had a taste for some tuna on toast, accidently opened a can of dog food, it tasted allright, good enough to go back for seconds.

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    ^How disgusting, fancy admitting to owning a toy poodle

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    ^^Those gourmet tins are fucking expensive, surely good enough for a piece of toast..and my stilton is now finished, just...I'm absoulutely devastated..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    ^How disgusting, fancy admitting to owning a toy poodle
    He's a small fluffy bundle of joy i call him "love glove", would you like me to elborate on the name ???

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    Give it a go. I've tried dog biscuits before and they're not too bad. My dogs eat Alpo dog food. Smells bloody lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Anyone ever tried it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles
    it tasted allright
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    Give it a go
    Common bastards. Cat food is far superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    My dogs eat Alpo dog food.
    I treated mine to some Pedigree Home Style Chicken and Liver today..It looks and smells like a very nice stew..a few minutes in the a saucepan could also work wonders. Save money on that chunky soup that going for 140bt a can..



    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Cat food is far superior.
    Cat food is for poofs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Cat food is for poofs.
    And gay dogs.

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    Back in the UK I would often make meat and potato pies using tinned dog food, truly wicked tasting. The tinned stuff over here is too expensive though.

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    ^funny lot those northerners.

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    Dog Food is fit for human consumption?

    I reckon it has got to be as good as if not far superior then what is served up in most Chinese Restaurants around the world.

    Anyone who has eaten Chinese food in China, anywhere other than the major cities top Restaurants is probably eating dog or cat at best.

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    my dog eats Chinese food

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    My dog eats what we eat and won't touch dog food.

    But then again my missus is a great cook and you can't blame the dog for having good taste.

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    Ours eat rice and pilchards. 12 baht a tin. I often chow down with the dogs. Better than the Laos shite that GF cooks.

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    ^^You have to be careful though, and must understand the food stuff that can poison dogs and be very bad for their health such as onion, garlic, potato skin, nuts, chocolate, avocado, peaches and apricots, rhubarb, broccoli, mushrooms, raisins, salt and many many more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    broccoli,
    Shit don't tell the RSPCA but my dog loves broccoli, carrots and has a special craving for coconut flesh smeared with vegemite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    ^^You have to be careful though, and must understand the food stuff that can poison dogs and be very bad for their health such as onion, garlic, potato skin, nuts, chocolate, avocado, peaches and apricots, rhubarb, broccoli, mushrooms, raisins, salt and many many more.
    One of ours, we call him dustbin dog eats all that, has done for years. Even drink Sang Som and coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    coconut flesh smeared with vegemite.
    Very very cruel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    funny lot those northerners.
    Somtamslaps one of you cultured lot what eats jellied eels.

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    ^ I'm surprised you know your way past oatcakes, withnall..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    My dog eats what we eat and won't touch dog food.
    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher
    Ours eat rice and pilchards
    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    You have to be careful though
    You have to be very careful. Recently I've had 2 friends who have both had their dogs on deaths door from feeding them what the vet described as 'people food'.

    I don't know exactly what the illness's were in the dogs, I can find out, but both dogs at some point in the week were eating pilchards and rice in their weeks diet, as were my dogs.

    I'd been feeding all three of my dogs either pilchards and rice or pilchards and dry dog food for the past 2 years but I immediately switched them back to tinned dog food + dry food after my friends had problems.

    The reason they were eating fish and rice in the first place was because one of my dogs would refuse dog food.

    It took a few days to make the switch and now all 3 happily eat dog food again. When I made the switch I took a tip from NR which was mix in a tablespoon of vegetable oil to the food.

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    I've been asked to get Fido by my family but no way coz these people DO poison other peoples pets (Wankers that they are)

    Just the same as French, all Thai food is dog food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smug Farang Bore
    All Thai food is dog food
    glad you enjoy it, troll

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    Oh come on I was trying to dig out the French too...! Bamboo soups my fav - along with dukatan to follow International mate....!

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