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TooManyHuskies a fool

Join date : 2012-06-02

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Female Join date : 2011-08-07
Location : Michigan

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PostSubject: Re: Pro's You Listen To   Pro's You Listen To EmptySat Jun 30, 2012 11:04 pm

This guy doesn't even have Siberian Huskies. No thanks.
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Female Join date : 2010-09-09
Location : Deltona, FL

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PostSubject: Re: Pro's You Listen To   Pro's You Listen To EmptySun Jul 01, 2012 12:04 am

1) Not siberian huskies
2) I don't think anyone here needs extremely high energy food since we don't race our dogs
3) Funny that he has to add meat and other supplements to this so called great food
4) Sled dog drivers usually have way too many dogs to feed the best kibble available and still afford it. I'm sure a lot of the foods they feed is a compromise between the performance it produces and price.

I'm sure this food works great for active sled dogs and I'm sure it is very popular with sled dog drivers, but can you please quit trying to jam this food down our throats already?! Did you get stuck in some pyramid scam and now have to sell this stuff and have too much in storage?


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The Gentleman

Male Join date : 2009-06-16

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PostSubject: Re: Pro's You Listen To   Pro's You Listen To EmptySun Jul 01, 2012 12:09 am

Sounds like a Schticky overview in simplistic web page format without pictures. Good thing there are pros out there...

Again, I once heard that pro swimmers eat differently than ordinary folk. You do know these pros tend to have their own corners of the internet to hang out on. If you are so intense that you're feeding your dogs like race dogs, maybe this isn't the best place to peddle your wares.
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