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Jan 20, 2013 04:20 PM
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Bake a Bone homemade doggie treat appliance!

https://www.bakeabone.com/

Okay, now I can think of about a dozen dog loving friends who would want this gadget asap!

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  1. Gasp, I wonder how long it will be before we start seeing these at garage sales and flea markets.

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    1. re: Tripeler

      My daughter and I have a "game" at the Thrift Store that we started when we arrived in 08/11-- we see a roundish, usually either red or white, Cooker Thing, and before we open it, we have to guess what the inside "grid layout" will be.

      We've seen:
      cake pop,
      brownie,
      football,
      crimped hand pie, round
      crimped hand pie, oval
      1" cubes [still not sure-- chocolate? brownie BITES?]
      quesadilla
      ridged slanted [Geo F style]
      waffle
      deep pocket waffle
      2 triangle sandwich
      4 triangle sandwich
      smooth/ no pattern

    2. How hard is it to roll the dog biscuit batter and cut it with a bone-shaped cutter? I have a photo of my daughter at 3-years-old doing just that. For that matter, the dog really doesn't care if the treat is shaped like a bone, a disk, or a blob as long as it's food.

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        1. re: ttoommyy

          that and a cake-pop maker are exactly what went through my mind.

      1. Ha! I think it's fun, like any other gadget we buy to make life fun and easy. I know the dog doesn't care...hahhaha.

        And for dog owners who don't really bake a novelty.

        1. wow -- that one redefines the word unitasker.

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          1. re: sunshine842

            really no different than an Easy Bake Oven.

            1. re: HillJ

              oh, not at all!! -- I prepared endless banquets and pastries in my Easy Bake (in my mind, anyway) -- it at least did work as a toy, even if I wasn't baking in it

              Somehow I figure the dog would be royally pissed if I handed him a make-believe biscuit.

          2. "A new innovation that will change your pets life!"

            I find these infomercials hysterical. I suspect this product will do well. I too can think of a number of people who would like this.

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            1. re: meatn3

              Right, you have to embrace the humor in gorilla marketing to appreciate why I think it's just fun...but I have no doubt this doggie gadget will appeal to some dog owners.

              1. re: HillJ

                Not one pickup over my use of gorilla (Guerrilla marketing)

                1. re: HillJ

                  there are so many people who don't know the difference that I wasn't sure if it was intentional or not.