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?
no. it sounds like stuff made for dogs to eat...
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.