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By Undercooked - / Tuesday 24 September 2013 19:08 / Canada
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Ouch DyingPie... I actually feel bad for the number of down votes you got for that. You know what, we've all had our fair share of failed funnies. Here, I'll join you in the down vote sewer. Wouldn't Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus make the most adorable baby?

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It's not bacon. Beggin Strips are made out of corn meal and bacon FLAVOR, not actual bacon. While they might not taste horrible to you, any and all animal food products are not made for human consumption.

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A lot of dog treats are made of the shit they scrape up off a slaughterhouse floor. I feel bad even feeding my dog that stuff.

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58 - I worked in the pet food industry for ten years. My dog eats local raw and homemade treats now. Good reason. He's six and he looks and acts barely two, perfect teeth, beautiful coat, never any health problems. I'm a vegetarian with more meat in her freezer than most omnivores...

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72 - Not really! Depends on the size of the dog and how you go about doing it. My dog is about 25lbs (up to 30lbs in winter, he gets tubby around Christmas because Mom always gives him the turkey necks, giblets and extra bits from meat she trims to freeze for winter, and whatever goodies he mooches from guests). I was buying a 15lb bag of Orijen a month (roughly $53) when I first got him. I spend around $60/month on raw, and I get fancier stuff because I'm too lazy to cut things up myself. Chick

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Could you share with me what type of treats you make I don't like giving my animal store bought stuff like that I think they should eat as well as we do well as far as healthy wise. I would appreciate it.

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Bananas are bad for dogs' teeth (can cause cavities, which are rare in dogs, but almost always linked to bananas), so it is best to avoid them.

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