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The dark side is hidden carefully as we go about our everyday life. As the moon remains ever beautiful hiding it scars, we have become masters in unleashing our dark side in selected moments in the presence of very few trusted ones. We are scared of seeming crazy or look bad in front of others, Not many of us have the guts to let everyone know the truth about us. Maybe that is why we go in search of that one person who could love us despite our shortcomings . The same question rises in our minds, 'Will you love me, even with my dark side?'
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Only dog-lovers would know the joy our loyal companions find on
munching on their favorite dog-treat. Just the sight of a
bone-shaped treat would make any dog go crazy.
The first-ever dog bi...
Only dog-lovers would know the joy our loyal companions find on munching on their favorite dog-treat. Just the sight of a bone-shaped treat would make any dog go crazy.
The first-ever dog biscuits did not look like the bone-shaped delights, ones that our dogs love so much. They were strictly square and were called Meat Fibrine Dog Cakes, developed by James Spratt in the year 1860.
At a time when the concept of dog-food was absurd and completely alien, an American electrician named Spratt came up with this unique idea for a dog biscuit. His product was a flagship back in the day, made from a combination of wheat, beetroot, vegetables, and prairie meat.
The product was so successful that New York Times labeled Spratts a principal food of dog shows.
Today, these dog biscuits are still in demand and the shape of bones are unquestioned-a cute gimmick that all pet owners can support.