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World War I - Dog Cake

 
 
gollum
 
Reply Mon 3 Sep, 2012 05:31 am
I saw a TV program showing scenes during World War I, including dog cakes for sale in London. Was the meat of the dog eaten by English people at that time?
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Region Philbis
 
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Reply Mon 3 Sep, 2012 06:24 am
@gollum,

no. it sounds like stuff made for dogs to eat...
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Spratt's was the world's first large-scale manufacturer of dog biscuits. Its "Meat Fibrine Dog Cake" was
the brainchild of American entrepreneur James Spratt who launched the biscuit in London circa 1860.
(wiki)

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