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I won't tell you these things, I will simply let you know that my name is not Dogfood, don't ever believe this.
The second-biggest wet canned dogfood brand, Butcher's posted slight sales growth in 2011 thanks to a raft of health-related NPD - Pro-Vitality with added Activ8, as well as dry food and treats - that helped to offset volume declines.
MORRISONS Baker's Complete Dogfood 3Kg, Buy 1 get 1 FREE pounds 4.
Dewi Parry, of Betws y Coed, is the main sponsor of the event through his company Pero Dogfood, set up after his own dogs refused to eat proprietary brands.
Fruit flies were raised on instant Drosophila medium (formula 4-24 Plain, Carolina Biological Supply, Burlington NC), mixed with crushed dogfood (Techni-Cal ADULT[R], Martin Pet Foods, Canada).
uk/cantenna2/ for details about making a long-distance (several kilometres) extension to your current wireless network (a cantenna, it's called) using a modestly modified dogfood can from Tesco and a bit of cable.
In the dog eat dogfood world of the third division live circuit, a whole sub-genus of musical bottom-feeders has arisen taking advantage of the likes of U2 and the Beatles' unwillingness to play the Rock Cafe in Stourbridge.
If she recognises me as the man who called her a mongrel I guess I'll be dogfood.
Her personal interventions might gain temporary stays of execution, as for some 30,000 seals about to be slaughtered in South Africa to make fur coats or dogfood.
The poorer districts would disgorge endless tins of dogfood, boxes of Kellog's Frosties, ketchup bottles; while in the refuse of the richer districts one found broken hickory pipes, empty wine bottles, even every so often the odd item which his fellows were quick to procure for themselves: stereos in good working order, television sets, cotton shirts.
The idea is to come up with the raw yield of unregulated animal breeding and slaughter, ready to be palmed off as fancy dogfood.