Discussion in 'Dog Food and Recipes' started by goldiefur, Jul 25, 2013.
I noticed that. Also could not find credentials.
Yes, if we are being precise.
Interesting things also come up in Google regarding a Roger Michael Biduk in Montreal.
I cannot confirm if our Roger Biduk is the same or if there just so happen to be two Roger Biduks in Montreal however.
Our Roger Biduk was previously an investment blogger as well.
Oh no sorry I wasnt trying to snipe at you, I was just pointing out that he isnt really the president of much of anything.
Wow the utter arrogance of Rogers posts coupled with the sheer amount of times you see his name posted on his website is nauseating. I will keep an eye out for the new food and I will be sure NOT to purchase it based on his sheer inability to interact with the public with any tact what so ever. PR is making and breaking companies these days, just as much as their research and the ingredients in the dog foods they make. Sorry for going offtrack OP, but I am completely aghast at his behavior.
Uh oh, here comes the hypocrisy!
That is a direct quote from the website your name is displayed prominently as President.
President, BCDN (Best Cat and Dog Nutrition)
Is this or is it not, you? And if it is you, can you explain how you can ridicule people here for buying something from Walmart when you are in fact, hoping to market your "Best Dog Food EVAR" product there?
And if it's not you, I'd probably change my username on forums in the future so you don't lose your credibility. Oh wait...
Blue Dog treats are definitely healthier than Milkbones & Beggin Strips... they don't contain any meat, but they're fine as an occasional treat.
I bake my own dog cookies, for MUCH cheaper, and all the dogs I know go crazy for them (whereas they're just meh about hard store bought biscuits)! I use chickpea flour, honey, peanut butter, minced bacon/grease, an egg and baking powder. When I need some high value training treats, I'll use string cheese, boiled chicken, and dried chicken hearts & gizzards.
I'm sorry if this make me look like less of a dog snob *gasp*... but I REFUSE to pay $20 for a freakin' bag of dog treats! An 8 oz. bag of treats should not cost more than 5 lbs of kibble. My mind is blown by the amount of expensive, 100% meat treats out there, when you can buy fresh meat and make pounds of treats for way less.
I make my own when I need them for training. Can of tuna, an egg, a little floor and into the microwave. Easy peasy!
TELL ME YOUR SECRETS!
I always try to make some variation on tuna treats and mine just fall apart. What am I doing wrong?!
If you google salmon crack there is a recipe that a lot of people use around here. I'm on my phone so can't link it. An also use tuna instead of salmon.
Aha! I figure out technology. Lol.
How is Abe still alive? Tonight we used a bit if leftover pop tart for training!
Basically this is what I do, except I don't spread it out like that. I make it in a square dish then cut it up once it's cool. http://www.bdws.co.uk/2012/12/15/tuna-loaf-dog-treats/