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(Daily Mail)   Crowd of dogs and their owners "Doggupy" a New York street to protest for better pet food. Reportedly, the dogs left less filth and waste in the streets than the Occupy Wall Street crowds, and knew better than to lick themselves on camera   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 63
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2012-10-03 10:00:13 AM  

Crudbucket: bearcats1983: Are people's dogs really that picky that they demand organic food? We currently feed our puppy Nutro Ultra, but he would probably eat saw dust mixed with cat food if that was in his bowl.

I'm all for making sure he is happy and healthy, but it's stupid to think the best way to do this is to pay some hipster who makes animal food in his kitchen.

Just because they would eat shiat doesn't mean you should feed them shiat. Look at people who eat at McDonald's every day. The majority of brand name dog foods sold at the supermarket are just as caloricly dense and nutritionally lacking.


I'm not disputing the quality of a good dog food versus Walmart brand crap. I just think it's stupid to feel morally superior when buying some homemade, organic shiat for your dog. Not to mention, the price for that stuff is so outrageous.
 
2012-10-03 10:09:00 AM  

bearcats1983:
I'm not disputing the quality of a good dog food versus Walmart brand crap. I just think it's stupid to feel morally superior when buying some homemade, organic shiat for your dog. Not to mention, the price for that stuff is so outrageous.


I don't feel "morally superior," I just insist on the best food I can afford for my dog. She is a member of my family and cost (for food, toys, medical, etc.) has never (and hopefully will never) been a consideration for me. The price isn't that outrageous either, in my opinion but it is certainly quite a bit more expensive than chain-store fast food level garbage.

/around $25 per month for her food
//just a bit more than her health insurance
///the cost could double and I'd still pay for it
 
2012-10-03 10:14:38 AM  

namegoeshere: Aww... beautiful doggie! But they must live outside with that diet. My eyes are watering just from this conversation ; )

Or maybe the kids have been feeding mine from the table again. You know it's bad when he farts and then gets up and leaves the room like he can't stand his own stink.


Yeah, definitely outdoor dogs. We also have an old Australian Cattle Dog (or Blue Heeler) that was my brother in laws (he moved across country, and she was too old to make the trip), and she only comes indoors when it is too cold outside.

I'm not one for indoor pets. We also have three cats but those are treated more as mice hunting tools then pets (they get fed, but that is about it)
 
2012-10-03 10:50:24 AM  
(Shameless Plug) I'm friends with the owner of Evermore, and they sell a gently-cooked dog food made with hrmone and antibiotic-free meat, fresh produce, organic oats and barley, and cooked in a USDA/FDA inspeted "people food" kitchen (home cooking for your dog wihout the work). Th website is http://www.EvermorePetFood.com, if anyone is interested. I myself have eaten it on occasion (needs salt and hot sauce), but my pup definitely eats better than I do.
 
2012-10-03 10:53:53 AM  
they are all a bunch of idiots, but awwwwww, those doggies are just so cute!

/buy better dog food or make it yourselves assholes
 
2012-10-03 12:12:47 PM  

brimed03: PallMall: brimed03: Oh, you mean the hobos criminals that city PD departments were proven to have encouraged to join the campsites? Or do you mean the undercover cops who went to the camps and did their best to incite criminal behavior?

As a matter of fact, I was exposed to them. Unlike you, I visited Occupy camps in three major cities and day protests in several towns, because I wanted to evaluate it for myself. In every instance I found orderly, well-run, CLEAN parks with organized tents for food, sanitation, and medical aid. Oh, and a huge police presence, which was universally treated well, if cautiously (understandibly), by the protesters.

But no, you go ahead and believe what you were told to believe. I'm sure the 1% will be along with your reward any time now.

You sound like a shill.

Oh, a carefully reasoned response. Just what I'd expect from. FoxNewsie.


Preemptively put in my ignore list...

/I know I made the right decision...
 
2012-10-03 12:19:12 PM  
Our dog gets Nature's Select delivered to our house.
 
2012-10-03 12:44:00 PM  

SundaesChild: Our dog gets Nature's Select delivered to our house.


If my dog started getting things delivered to the house, I'd take away his credit card.
 
2012-10-03 01:39:30 PM  

livewire98801: SundaesChild: Our dog gets Nature's Select delivered to our house.

If my dog started getting things delivered to the house, I'd take away his credit card.


You should see his Amazon wish list.
 
2012-10-03 01:44:40 PM  
Why two g's? One g works better.

Dogupy. See?
 
2012-10-03 01:49:16 PM  
Dogs LIKE byproducts. Wild dogs, wolves, coyotes, etc. go for the stomach, liver, & kidneys first when they bring down a kill.
 
2012-10-03 01:53:14 PM  

SundaesChild: livewire98801: SundaesChild: Our dog gets Nature's Select delivered to our house.

If my dog started getting things delivered to the house, I'd take away his credit card.

You should see his Amazon wish list.


I think I found it. You and your dog need to have a talk...
ecx.images-amazon.com
 
2012-10-03 02:16:45 PM  

livewire98801: SundaesChild: Our dog gets Nature's Select delivered to our house.

If my dog started getting things delivered to the house, I'd take away his credit card.


Our girls get Avoderm home delivered. Haven't had to hide the credit cards...yet. Well whaddya know, Fedex is at the door. I don't recall ordering anything from Poodles r Us.
 
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