One for Customs, six for the pot?
What's the betting that they end up "in the pot"?
Mines the one with the studded collar and the lead in the pocket
South Korea has begun training seven puppies cloned from a Canadian labrador retriever named Chase, reckoned by the country's customs officials to be their best sniffer dog, the BBC reports. The mutts were produced by an unnamed biotech outfit at a cost of about 300m won (£150,000, $300,000) using the somatic nuclear cell …
I can never quite understand why everyone is so ready to poke fun at South-east Asians for eating dog. Diet varies across the globe, get used to it, it's what makes travelling so interesting.
The Vietnamese pot-bellied pig is kept as a pet; does that mean we should stop eating pork?
Other countries are just as happy to eat horse meat, dog, kangaroo, goat, etc.; just because we are entirely unadventurous and let our eating habits be controlled by a few major food supplier chains doesn't mean everyone else is wrong.
yes ian, exactly right. its high time the supermarket chains in this country made dog meat available to the masses. i've always said us stuffy, unadventurous brits need to bloody well cast aside our conservative tastes and eat more domestic animals. personally, i'd like to see hamsters, guineau pigs and cute kitty cats on the menu in mcdonalds too. let the cavery commence.
"personally I wouldn't want to eat anything that spends half its life licking its own arse and the other half licking its balls." but eating animals that spend half their life eating their own vomit (cows/ruminants) or faeces (rabbits), or anything that will fit in its mouth (pigs) doesn't upset you?
Dog is actually quite tasty: very lean meat, firm texture, slightly nutty flavour. Try it sometime - you can have my neighbour's yappy little thing after I kill it for waking me up at 6am on a Saturday next time!
I prefer salted and dried dog (like biltong, only with salt).
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