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This Easter, Why Not Buy An Easter Egg For Your Dog?

This Easter, Why Not Buy An Easter Egg For Your Dog?

Hey, dog lovers. If you're planning on celebrating Easter this year, why not get your four-legged friend involved as well? That's right, B&M Bargains is selling Easter Eggs especially for dogs.

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Of course, Easter is a decent way off yet, but that hasn't stopped companies peddling their wares anyway. It's sort of like Christmas but with less awful music and more oval-shaped confectionery.

The eggs - as you might be able to guess - feature everyone's favourite canine celebrity Scooby Doo. Also quite predictably, they're called Scooby Snacks.

This discovery was made by a member of a Facebook group called 'Extreme Couponing and Bargains Group'.

Easter Eggs for dogs. We are through the looking glass, people. Credit: Extreme Bargaining and Couponing
Easter Eggs for dogs. We are through the looking glass, people. Credit: Extreme Bargaining and Couponing

More than 500 people have commented on the original post. That's a lot of people who think that there is no better way to observe this particular feast than by eating a chocolate egg with a dog.

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To be fair, if you're going to celebrate our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ sacrificing himself in order to save our souls, the dog might as well get in on the act, right? Do dogs even have souls? So many questions.

Anyhow, if you want to buy one of these tasty treats for your dog, it won't set you back a huge amount, as they are currently on sale for just £1.99.

You've probably heard a load of scare stories - maybe you've even had a bad experience - about what happens if you give dogs chocolate. You've got nothing to fear from this product, though. It's made of carob powder which is some sort of cocoa powder alternative.

It's dog safe. That's all you need to know.

In fact, it's got some stuff in it that will actually be good for your mutt. It has a load of added vitamins in it, so that's nice.

While it's completely fine for dogs to eat - and we shouldn't have to say this, really - it's not the sort of Easter Egg that you should buy for your children.

Sure, it has the friendly face of a recognisable cartoon character on it, but for God's sake, read the packaging.

Basically, don't make the same mistake that one mother made last Christmas, as a mum from Shropshire accidentally fed her nine-year-old daughter nearly an entire Garfield advent calendar that was intended for cats.

FOR CATS. Read the packaging, folks. Credit: Kennedy News
FOR CATS. Read the packaging, folks. Credit: Kennedy News

They only noticed their mistake when he daughter complained about the 'weird tasting' chocolate. It was at that point that her mum realised she'd been feeding her daughter Yogurt and Catnip flavoured treats.

Don't make that mistake this Easter, please.

Featured Image Credit: Extreme Couponing And Bargains Group

Topics: News, uk news, UK

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a freelance journalist and LADbible contributor. He graduated from University of London with a BA in Philosophy before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. He has previously written for the M.E.N Group as well as working for several top professional sports clubs. Contact him on [email protected]

 

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