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Friday, January 11, 2008

Sign of the Apocalypse

Man, does this stuff sound tasty. And healthy.

The products are dairy free with no wheat or wheat gluten and they are approved by the British Association of Holistic Nutrition and Medicine.

Horne said: "We only use the best quality grain, brown rice and oats.

"I didn’t want to skimp on any of the ingredients."

They're also free of free of "preservatives, additives, flavourings, added salt or sugar."

Does this make you want to try some?

Ain't for you, sweetheart. This is dog food. Literally. Healthy Paws dog treats.

Check it out. LiverpoolDailyPost.co.uk.

And don't write to tell me how much you love your dogs and how they're just like family unless you actually feed your family this well.

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