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April 09, 2009


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awww, what kind of puppy is he? so adorable!

Nicole Dawes

He is a briard puppy. We have a 11 yr. old briard too! Teddy, our older dog, is the dog featured on our boxes.

Todd M

Hi. Well believe it or not today I bought a box of your crackers just because I was happy to see a tawny Briard on the box! Frankly I hadn't noticed them among all the other cracker boxes but somehow the Briard caught my eye. I'm sure they'll taste good but taste had nothing to do with my purchase. I have a 6-yr old Briard running partner and they are such special dogs I couldn't believe you guys use one on your box! Now you can give an extra treat to Teddy for increasing your sales :)
Todd in Arlington VA

Miriam Gordon

I was polishing off "my son's" box of Late July crackers, when I looked at the pretty picture on the front and noticed that tawny Briard. It was unmistakable. I have had Briards since I was 7 years old (I'm 50 now)- and I definitely know one when I see one. Anyway, I ran to the Internet and Googled "Late July" + "Briard" and- of course- discovered that you own two Briards. My father died in 2009 too. The only time I ever saw him cry was the day our first Briard died. There's something about these furry beasts- we can't get enough of them. BTW- we like your products too.

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