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What Do You Feed Wealthy Dogs? December 30, 2007

Posted by Michael in News.
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Let’s say the dogs are worth a lot of money and they like spaghetti and meatballs with a side of garlic bread.

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If the dogs are rich enough, they get spaghetti and meatballs with a side of garlic bread.

HAGERSTOWN, Md. – They’re not as loaded as Leona Helmsley’s pooch, but three Maryland canines are plenty rich enough to live high on the dog.

The dogs — named Buckshot, Katie and Obu-Jet — inherited $400,000 and a house in Hagerstown with the death last year of owner Ken Kemper. Altogether, their estate is worth about $800,000.

The beagle and two Labrador mixes were strays when Kemper adopted them. They now live at their house with caretaker Roy Grady.

They might not be aware of their wealth, but they do know that on one night a week Grady treats them to spaghetti dinner, with meatballs and garlic bread.

“They love it,” he said. “They know when it’s coming on Friday, too. They have that time clock.”

3 dogs inherit $800,000 estate – Wonderful World- msnbc.com

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1. Russ from Winterset - December 31, 2007

Janis has been baking up a storm since about the middle of December. We’ve been up to our armpits in Christmas Cookies, and most of them have been given away to friends and family. Needless to say, we’ve got quite a bunch of cookie fixings piled on the counters in the kitchen.

Bandit the Wonder Dog managed to pull down a full bag of chocolate/peanut butter chips & eat the whole damn thing in about a minute. By the time I found him, there was nothing left but the torn package. I’d always heard that chocolate was poisonous to dogs, but he hasn’t gotten sick yet, so apparently he’s got a cast-iron stomach lining.

We should probably start calling him “Kobayashi” or “Mr. Creosote”.


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