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Sometimes the pooch's food doesn't smell too good. To us, anyway... but the dog thinks it's *great*. More than just eat-it great, it's to be celebrated, experienced, dead-chewy-animal baptism-by-immersion rolled-in great.
The dog dish just doesn't cut it.
The dog rolling tray is as long as the
dog in outstretched pose, with an outer trough to catch whatever is getting rolled in when it gets rolled out.
What to do with the now-repulsive (but happy) dog?
Dunno. I'm R&D, not marketing.
[po, Dec 22 2010]
||// More than just eat-it great, it's to be celebrated, experienced, dead-chewy-animal baptism-by-immersion rolled-in great.//