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OK, so those of us who have dogs -- we've all been there --
the bowl is full, but your pooch is sitting next to you, waiting
to pounce on any morsel that that might fall on the floor.
For whatever reason, dogs want to eat what you eat, and will
occasionally jump or reach to the the table to
Clearly what's needed is a dog food brand that looks & smells
like human good, so they'd actually want to eat it.
|That will just encourage the dog to want to eat the humans'
food, because there is no longer a distinction between human
food and dog food.
|Other than the fact that dogfood is made (partially) from
the bits of meat they can't recover well enough to feed to
humans, there isn't a significant difference. Compare a
dinty moore beef stew to dogfood, and the appearance and
smell are essentially similar.
|Pretty sure the distinction between dog food and human
food in a dog's mind is whether or not their human was
eating it before they dropped it.
|// there isn't a significant difference //
|Yes, there is. Human foods contain refined sugars, and lots of salt -
much for dogs. Dark chocolate can contain enough theobromine to be
|However, it's absolutely fine to feed a human diet to cats, and will not
harm them in the slightest. In fact, it's good for them.
|The difference is in the price of course. So theircomp is