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Size XXS Dog Clothes Were Manufactured in the 1800ís by the Inventor of Dog Biscuits

Added: (Sat Oct 16 2010)

Pressbox (Press Release) - James Spratt, the first to manufacture dog biscuits and other products for canines on a worldwide scale circa 1860, was first an electrician and lightning rod salesman from Cincinnati, Ohio.

Spratt original idea - the "dog meat patented fibrin Cake" - was, after seeing their dogs eat cake ships in the docks of Liverpool, England inspired. His company was in Holborn, London, and his first dog cake, a mixture of blended wheat meals, vegetables, beetroot and meat prepared on the basis of Walker, Harrison and Garthwaite, who has cooked a company, founded alleging that he fired the first dog biscuit.

Spratt was not only the first to manufacture pet foods but the first to sell his production of xxs dog clothes to English country gentlemen for their sporting dogs.

In conjunction with Spratt's operation, the first colored display billboard was erected on a retail store in London depicting a Native American buffalo hunt, the alleged meat source of Spratt's "Meat Fibrine". Spratt was always secretive about the meat source for his product, and, after selling the company, retained the contract for supplying the meat probably until his death in 1880.

In 1885, Spratt's Patent, Limited, an English public company, was registered and continued the manufacture of dog food.[3] Spratt's was one of the most heavily marketed brands in the early 20th century, with product recognition developed through logo display, lifestyle advertising, and support through devices such as cigarette cards.

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Submitted by:Mark Maupin
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