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 ika_jifri said on September 23rd, 2005

Good, it’s a way to take care of pets.Can I send you a questionnaire on weblog. It is for the purpose of my final project. The information will be kept confidential.

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 Von K said on September 23rd, 2005

I really like this concept. I wonder at some of the logistics (does the food need to be replaced periodically?),but I’d bet this will get some people to check out the product or at least get a good feeling about the brand.

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 Freddy said on September 23rd, 2005

von k,
i thought of that as well. i guess they would have to change the food every now and than, unless its one of those dry dog foods.

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 adland said on September 26th, 2005

Cute idea. Reminded me of the “bark if you love Bonzo” [dog food] poster that was done a few years back, the small poster (dog sized, like this one) had a dog whistle in it. Any dog passing would bark of course. See that poster here: http://ad-rag.com/116.php

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 Freddy said on September 26th, 2005

nice find, thank you.

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 Tim Nudd said on September 27th, 2005

Pretty cool. A few years ago, Animal Planet in the U.K. placed ads at the foot of lampposts that actually gave off some sort of synthetic dog-urine scent. When a pooch came over for a sniff, the owner saw a larger ad above promoting the network.

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