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I don't know exactly how often dog owners
are avid beer drinkers, but for those that
are, a dog tag with a bottle opener
incorporated into the design would be ideal.
What's more, the design challenge of
something like this is almost nonexistent,
making production a snap. Human/Hound
could take one
more step forward.
Military-style dog tag bottle openers
I guess you could simply hang one of those off your pet, but custom engraving is a bit pricy, and you need to order at least 50. [jutta, Jun 03 2007]
Take your pick.
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 03 2007]
[xandram, Jun 03 2007]
||wouldn't a human dogtag be more useful? the dog is not always around.
||you obviously are a bit ungenerous with the treat/reward thing.
||Disappointed - I thought these were military issue dogtags with a bottle opener.
||Cute for the urban backyard St Bernard.
This is a viable product. I'm surprised nobody does this yet!
||Saint Bernards will just carry the booze in a container around their neck for you, so you won't need a bottle opener.
Hey [jutta] my post came up at the same time as yours!
||Unless your dog is better disciplined than
mine (and, admittedly, it probably is), you
are going to have dog slobber around the
mouth of the bottle by the time you get it
||[MB] It's not a bottle they carry, but a little barrel with a cap. I think you'd have to pour it into a cup, though on the rescue movies, they pour it directly from the little barrel into the victim's mouth.
||[xandram] sorry, I was referring to the
dog-tag-bottle-opener, not the St.
||(And apparently they don't carry brandy
bottles except for photoshoots - and
never have. Which is just as
well since strong alcohol is not good if