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Author Topic: Dog Dish in the Farm Shopping Center  (Read 4329 times)
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« on: April 30, 2007, 04:41:06 AM »

The Dog Dish only carries all natural, human-grade pet food from Merrick, Wellness and Natura Pet (Innova, EVO and California Natural). None of our pet foods or treats have been recalled. We also bake our own treats with all-natural, human grade ingredients.

We are located at 6502 E 51st Street in the Farm Shopping Center (51st and Sheridan).

For questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 918-624-2600 or by e-mail,

The Dog Dish
(918) 624-2600

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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2007, 11:31:16 AM »


You should read the posts on other topics here before you post ....lots of ppl are doing research on the products you name and finding that they are not measuring up.  Their pets are getting sick and/ or dying after eating them.

we all have to proceed with intelligence and caution here, myself included since I am the mom of cats and one dog.  I'm not pleased that I have to keep finding out that the 'supposedly safe' foods I keep trying to give my beloved pets have the potential to KILL them, nor am I happy with the fact that it is not good to be switching their diets like this!  I'm absolutely sure that you want to supply safe foods, so please do not take this personally.  All I'm asking is that you keep doing homework like the rest of us are, thanks.
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« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2007, 02:20:10 PM »

The Dog Dish actually MAKES THEIR OWN TREATS, using human grade ingredients, so they know exactly what goes in them.  I seriously doubt they use any sort of gluten or protein concentrates of any sort, but I'll bet they will be glad to tell you if you ask.  I'd certainly feed my dogs any of the treats they make.  Smiley
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