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This is especially for Old Git



Somebody smarter than I, please hotlink


-- Taz (Tassie @aol.com), April 26, 1999


Not smarter, just know how...

http://mats.gmd.de /~steffi/madcow/madcow.htm

http://soar.berkeley.edu/ recipes/dog/

-- PJ Gaenir (fire@firedocs.com), April 26, 1999.

Equal time please! :-)

http://soar.berkeley.edu/ recipes/cat/

-- Debbie (dbspence@usa.net), April 26, 1999.

Hey, thanks for the links! Those recipes look pretty good. Yup, have seen the mad cow thing before. In fact, I first thought it might be a picture of this Mad Cow, otherwise known as

-- Old Git (anon@spamproblems.com), April 26, 1999.

Git -

[Adopting his best Alf Garnett voice]: "Ahhh, yer a silly old moo!" 8-}]

-- Mac (sneak@lurk.hid), April 26, 1999.

Taz & the Old Git,

If you are going to get a dog,choose an Anatolian Karabash.They are an ancient breed of dog,only brought into Western Europe & the USA within last 30 years.As a result have not adapted to our westernised pet food.They are best fed on a low protein /high carbohydrate diet. Not a cat person so cannot advise on a breed of cat for tough times.

-- Chris (griffen@globalnet.co.uk), April 26, 1999.

Chris -

From many accounts, Anatolians aren't for everyone, since they require strong leadership/socialization and are fairly territorial. Having said that, if I had more space outside for him/her, I'd love one. Good guardians, fairly low maintenance, intelligent, and good looking, to boot.

-- Mac (sneak@lurk.hid), April 26, 1999.

Oops, wrong thread. I thought this was about dogs and cats as food, not dogs' and cats' food.

-- alt_korean_food_source (yumyum@tasty_dog.com), April 26, 1999.

Getting a bit slow on the uptake, aren't they? For more info re home-made pet food, see last few posts on


-- Old Git (anon@spamproblems.com), April 27, 1999.

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