Fed up with politicians? Now your dog can get fed up with these Boneheads too. Dog biscuits with integrity.
Fed up with politicians? Now your dog can get fed up with these Boneheads too. Dog biscuits with integrity. Read more
ls your dog fed up with self-interested politicians?
Or maybe just fed up with dog biscuits and treats that are filled with toxic preservatives, multi-purpose synthetic compounds, and "rendered" combinations of non-specific animal tissues that together legally qualify as "Chicken Flavored." But also probably the politicians.
Introducing the dog biscuit for a better America: Boneheads 2016. Real dog biscuits made with real ingredients -- and integrity.
Now your dog can be fed up with these Boneheads too.
Hold your horses, Kim Jong-un -- we're not talking about feeding real people to dogs. We're talking about Boneheads -- real dog biscuits that look like real people -- made with real ingredients in America. By Americans.
Each Bonehead biscuit was made of the people, by other people, and for dogs using 3D-modeling software, 3D printers, silicone baking molds, wholesome ingredients, and good ole American ingenuity (or something like that).
Here's how Boneheads' ingredients stack up against the incumbents:
For those of you who have never heard of a tripolyphosphate before, here is some additional information on a few of the ingredients in those other dog biscuits:
Powdered cellulose: powdered form of cellulose -- the structural carbohydrate that gives rigidity to plants, such as pine trees and bamboo. So, like, tree bark.
Propylene glycol: synthetic compound used to keep dog treats moist. Also the primary ingredient in numerous antifreeze products.
Sodium tripolyphosphate: colorless salt primarily used as a water softener in commercial detergents.
Bone phosphate: one of the main combustion products of bone; see: bone ash.
Animal digest: composition of tissues from unspecified animals treated with heat, enzymes or acids. Usually marketed as "Chicken Flavored."
Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA): according to the U.S. Department of Health, BHA is "reasonably expected to be a human carcinogen based on sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity from studies in experimental animals."
So say NO! to those other dog biscuits, and GET FED UP WITH BONEHEADS!
Available in five "flavors": Christie, Jeb!, Donald, Hillary and Cruz.
"Frolic" by Luciano Michelini
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Caricature of Jeb Bush by DonkeyHotey / Flickr
Caricature of Chris Christie by DonkeyHotey / Flickr
Caricature of Hillary Clinton by DonkeyHotey / Flickr
Caricature of Ted Cruz by DonkeyHotey / Flickr
Caricature of Donald Trump by DonkeyHotey / Flickr
Risks and challenges
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