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For sale.....DOG CROQUETTES

Post by Kate » Mon 07 Mar 2016 08:08

For sale.....CROQUETTES.
Royal Canin junior medium (up to 12 months). Ten kilo bag bought yesterday in error and opened before we realized!
Cost 52.10 euros yesterday. Will sell for 40 leaving us to pay a well deserved stupidity tax for not reading the label! :-(

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Post by lonesome paddy » Tue 08 Mar 2016 12:55

Kate, put them in a curry and give them to your other half, he'll think he's getting a great dinner............but if he starts barking dont blame me

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Post by Kate » Tue 08 Mar 2016 19:56

Can't do that. He'll expect the same high standard every day! (And anyway, he does the cooking so don't give him ideas!) :lol:

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Post by sue and paul » Tue 08 Mar 2016 21:23

croquettes probably not so good in a curry - a bit crunchy. But when I open a tin of Frankie's dog food, I do sometimes think it smells good enough to eat myself. Way back, one of our breakfast-hungry children came upstairs to us having a Sunday lie-in and announced that the dog's food didn't really taste of anything much.

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Post by lonesome paddy » Wed 09 Mar 2016 07:45

I had an elderly aunt who ate a tin of Kit-E-Kat, it didn't do her any harm but it was a bloody nuisance trying to get her down from the chandelier.

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