Feeding a Dog

 Posted by on December 8, 2011  Add comments
Dec 082011
 

My little dog, Satan, was looking none too happy.

Here, I said.  Eat this bowl of nutritionally-balanced, crunchy wholesome kibbles, packed with all the vitamins a healthy dog needs.

Grrrrr, said the dog.

Very well, I said.  Have nothing then.  And I folded my arms.

Wait a minute.  What’s that searing, agonising pain shooting through my leg and burning new pathways in my brain?  Why, that will be the dog gnawing at my ankle with sharpened fangs.  Grrrrr.

Alright, Satan, I soothed as I pepper-sprayed him into a calm, quivering little mass.  Point taken.  Literally.

It was time for new thinking.  Blue-sky puppy-shooting, going forward.  Oh, did I mention to you that I’d recently made a fortune from an innovative range of dog foods?

No?

Well, I did.  Since launching my new brand, Real Food For Real Dogs, I can’t keep up with demand.  It’s hard to know which line is most popular, but my researchers in the vast cavern complex below the Bockschloss tell me that Meaty Postman Chunks is trending worldwide on Twitter.  For myself, I like Minced Burglar With Intruder Sauce but others have suggested that Free Newspaper Delivery Treats should be at number one. I don’t know.  That sort of thing is for my minions to work out.  The Meter Reader range is going well and so, surprisingly, is the speciality product, Garda Síochána in Guinness, with Chips and Doughnuts.

We’re hiring.  If you’re a young, motivated dog-food designer, put your CV through the letter-box.  All survivors will be interviewed.

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Previously:

The Hound of Satan

Dinner with the Hound of Satan

My Dogs

Working dogs

Hound of Satan Sick

 

  15 Responses to “Feeding a Dog”

Comments (15)
  1.  

    Willy O’Dea canvasser non-choc treats ?

  2.  

    You’re hired.

  3.  

    Jehovahs witness for healthy teeth?

  4.  

    Hearty plumber in spicy toolbox is my dog’s favourite. They mostly don’t turn up when ordered, so it’s a real rare treat for doggie.

    I tried the Meter Reader Range as well. But doggie gets just too excited and wolfes it down too fast.

    A good dish to keep the four-legged sweetheart fit and healthy is “meals on wheels”, preferably two wheels, like bicycles or better even wheelchairs.

  5.  

    You know you are all completely mad.But it’s a lovely madness.

  6.  

    Sounds like the Hound of the Bockservilles ;-)

  7.  

    I’m working on a futuristic dog food recipe: Sheriff nuggets. It’ll be targeting exquisite and sensitive palate of Tax hounds – sorry, I mean Dachshounds.

  8.  

    Pikey pancetta croutons in a probiotic creamy thieving sauce, cultured.

  9.  

    Will he be getting Crunchy Carolers as a festive treat?

  10.  

    Bertie balls in cowen sauce.

  11.  

    We all have our moments Bock, but I really am concerned about you now!

  12.  

    anyone remember the dog food that was really popular in an episode of hart to hart?it was laced with cocaine, once a dog ate it, he’d never go for any other brand?

  13.  

    I reckon that satan of yours would be a handy companion to anyone soliciting a fake business woman.

  14.  

    THe pavvies on the hill

  15.  

    For those special walkies treats – Chugger Chews

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