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View Poll Results: Would You buy Puppy Cake Cake Mix for Your Dog??
Yes At least once a month 0 0%
Yes, but only once every few months 0 0%
Yes, but only a couple times a year 1 10.00%
Yes, but only once a year 1 10.00%
NEVER would buy the product for my dog. 8 80.00%
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:38 AM   #1
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Would you buy Puppy Cake Cake mix for your dog???

last night the inventor of the product came on the ABC Shark Tank show hoping to get an investment from any of the sharks for the company but did not get any.

I thought the idea was a complete miss by the sharks.

http://abc.go.com/shows/shark-tank/e.../923648?page=3

Link to website to buy item....

Puppy Cake is Cake Mix for Dogs!

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Old 02-11-2012, 11:52 AM   #2
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I would have to see an ingredient list first.
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Old 02-11-2012, 12:24 PM   #3
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I would have to see an ingredient list first.
Same here. I have several dog-friendly cookbooks here so buying a mix wouldn't be my first choice if I can make a healthier version.
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Same here. I have several dog-friendly cookbooks here so buying a mix wouldn't be my first choice if I can make a healthier version.
There is a poll at the beginning of the thread...
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Old 02-11-2012, 12:53 PM   #5
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if a dog year is equal to 7 human years, shouldn't they get 7 birthday parties, therefore 7 cakes?

my neighbor's dog has agreed not to poop on my lawn in exchange for this statement.

it was part of a deal including not faking throwing a ball.
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I would have to see an ingredient list first.
Puppy Cake Products

For each cake you can buy they have a list of ingredients under technical specs.
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I had to say no. We bake treats for our pugs and the only thing in the recipe that is a processed product is Gerber baby food.

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Good grief. Beagle gets lamb and rice dry dog food, along with CET HEX strips for teeth cleaning. That's it. Other than 321 cake, I don't even bake for us humans!
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I probably really would not buy it, but I voted that I would, but there would be conditions. The first condition would be that the ingredients are healthy. The second is that I could get it for a good price.

If there had been another category, "I would at least give it a try," I would have voted for that one.
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:24 PM   #10
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For each cake you can buy they have a list of ingredients under technical specs.
Thank you, Kleenex. Yes, I would buy it for Patron...my favorite puppy. I'm thinking one in each flavor to boost sales and give the pups in my life a treat.
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