Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Rubberized Dog Claw Polish

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Why do dog have claws that stick out? Traction. Ancestral dogs dug those claws into the earth like cleats. The additional purchase allowed faster starts and better maneuvering.

Pity the urban dog. The police dog who must rely on the feeble tractions of rough toepads as she traverses concrete and asphalt. The house dog whose claws scrabble on the linoleum as he takes the turn too fast and careens into the furniture. Over and over again. Their ancestors howl in spirit dog dismay. We here at BUNGCO howled some too.

But then we invented Rubberized Dog Claw Polish and howled with glee! This fast-drying polish dries very fast (as one might expect) and several coats can be applied to a claw before your dog loses patience. A few coats on a long claw affords a rubbery, ground-grasping grip. Now long dog claws are an asset rather than a liability on hard substrates. Whether upholding the law or zooming around the house like an idiot, the RDCP will restore that evolutionary advantage that is your dog's birthright!

Available in black, red and glittery gold.

bungston, Mar 23 2009


       This does rather compete with FISHCO's dog wellies range. Nevertheless, croissant!
calum, Mar 23 2009

       Those dog wellies were popular with the BUNGCO test dogs, but mostly because they were so satisfying to gnaw loose from the feet, shake vigorously back and forth, play tug with, chew into a formless mass, swallow, then deposit in the dead of night on the lawn of our neighbors.
bungston, Mar 23 2009

       aww, this is sweet!! +
xandram, Mar 23 2009

       Could they burn some of that rubber if they tried to accelerate too fast? [+]
xenzag, Mar 23 2009

       Would save the decimation of our wooden floors as well.
wagster, Mar 23 2009

       I thought this was a classic eastern european recipe already?
eight_nine_tortoise, Mar 23 2009

FlyingToaster, Mar 23 2009


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