Dy-no-mite! Get that stinky dog away from me -

Feb 20, 2007
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How about get that fucking stinky commercial away from my xm. I fully support any sponsor that will run for OnA, but there are a couple that we have well expressed our opinions about, and I think this is one of them.

I heard it once say "this is what people on this channel have said about it"

Not one of those assphats sounded like OnA audience, nor who would. I mean, what the fuck is with this crappy commercial.

Ok, we get it, its paid radio with advertising. I don't mind it, but I do mind it when it starts to sounds like regular radio.

Every time I hear it now, I drop it into the "Tell them about the discount Harry" category and shut my radio off. Ugh...
 

LiddyRules

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The feds will investigate them eventually, like all XM Sponsors.

(No offense Nashville Coffee.)
 

zagman76

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Is it DynoVite or DynoBite? You couldn't have picked a better product name to advertise in an audio-based medium! :icon_roll
 

Sinn Fein

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I checked out their website. This shit is expensive.

For considerably less money, you can feed your dog at top-notch food and you'll never have any of the problems this stuff claims to fix. All of the problems they focus on are generally related to feeding cheap shit grocery-store brand pet food. If you have one big dog (like a Lab), you can spend $30-$40 a month on a 30-40lb bag of good dog food and you won't have any issues. If you've got a smaller dog, that $30-40 bag will last you more than a month. I spend $60-$80/month on dog food but I am feeding two dogs that are over 200 lbs combined.
 
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I atleast do about 40-50 dollars of dog food a month, and I am always watching what my dog eats. There is a bunch of dog food out there that advertises that its good for a specific dog, etc. but you still have to be careful about it. I never buy dog food based on ass-wards crappy advertising, try to throw me a bone for some new over priced dog food on the market. When it comes to my dog's health, I always try to stay away from the bull shit.
 

Sinn Fein

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Those "breed specific" formulas are nothing more than marketing hype.

The best thing to do is pick some different top-quality brands and rotate through them. That way your dog won't get tired of eating the same shit day in and day out. Buy a different brand each month. Start mixing it in with the current food and do a gradual changeover if your dog has a sensitive stomach.

I've got 2 dogs. So, generally I buy 2 different bags of food each month and give them one kind in the morning and one kind in the evening. I rotate through about 5-6 different kinds of top-quality stuff. Generally one of them is on sale at any given time at the various local pet supply places.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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I'm sorry, is this the unofficial Animal Planet message board or are Wackbaggers seriously talking about taking care of their pets as opposed to making jokes about setting them on fire?
 

steve500

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Jesus christ...the annoying ass commercial has been running for nearly a year now!

Anyways, on the topic of dog food...check out the stuff from Innova...we switched our ferrets to the Evo stuff and they poop a ton less, and look better/more hyper..

Plus, our neighbor's cat keeps soliciting attention from us by pacing the back deck until we feed him (her?) so we switched it to Innova foods and after awhile, the neighbors were asking us wtf we were feeding the cat because it doesn't look like it's a geriatric anymore!

Sorry if I sound like a shill...definitely not...it's just one of those products that I can't get enough of (just like XM, Zune...etc)!

Plus it doesn't hurt to support companies that don't have fucking annoying ads that repeat twice a commercial break with some nasal person who doesn't exactly put the RY in country.

http://www.naturapet.com/
 

Sinn Fein

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Innova Evo is good stuff. It's gotten really, really expensive lately. The reason Evo is so good is that it's grain-free. It's not packed with grains and fillers. There are several other grain-free foods out there that are just as good but aren't as expensive. I'll generally only buy Evo when it's on sale or I have some kind of coupon. I can buy other grain-free stuff for like $15 less a bag that IMHO is just as good.
 

FAZ8218

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Is it DynoVite or DynoBite? You couldn't have picked a better product name to advertise in an audio-based medium! :icon_roll
Actually it's D-i-n-o-v-i-t-e. They spell it out in the commercial.
 

weeniewawa

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I tried the dinovite stuff about a year ago and it did make my dogs itchy ears go away. other than that I don't see any difference but I don't feed it to them everyday. I do like their dog shampoo. It suds great and rinses better than any shampoo I have ever tried.
 

izzy izkowitz

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I tried the dinovite stuff about a year ago and it did make my itchy ears go away. other than that I don't see any difference but I don't eat it everyday. I do like their dog shampoo. It suds great and rinses better than any shampoo I have ever tried.

fixed
 

WonkaVision

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Is it DynoVite or DynoBite? You couldn't have picked a better product name to advertise in an audio-based medium! :icon_roll
I completely agree. For the longest time, I thought it was DynoBite...until about 2 weeks ago I actually looked at the XM and read it correctly as DynoVite. It still sounds like a B to me...

Ugh...ENOUGH with these XM commercials...they all blow ass, and its supposed to be commercial free radio. I understand they need breaks...but play some fucking best of or something. I am going insane hearing the SAME 5 fucking commercials Over and Over and Over again.
 

Creasy Bear

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Gooey, smelly, stinky, mucousy, gluey, crusty, cummy, crotchy, moldy, assey, cunty...

We get it, your dog is mess. Put it in a weighted burlap sack and toss it in a river already.
 
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Those "breed specific" formulas are nothing more than marketing hype.

The best thing to do is pick some different top-quality brands and rotate through them. That way your dog won't get tired of eating the same shit day in and day out. Buy a different brand each month. Start mixing it in with the current food and do a gradual changeover if your dog has a sensitive stomach.

I've got 2 dogs. So, generally I buy 2 different bags of food each month and give them one kind in the morning and one kind in the evening. I rotate through about 5-6 different kinds of top-quality stuff. Generally one of them is on sale at any given time at the various local pet supply places.
Meh still feeding mine Blue Seal pork and barley... as I get it delivered with all the horse stuff... locally made (well next state over) with no wacky Chinese ingredients etc...
 

roche

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It is really expensive and there are much cheaper ways to make your per healthy but their CEO actually has responded to all complaints personally on ripoffreport.com. It could be worse but they aren't scamming people with claims of rebates that never come like all of the other commercials we have been forced to sit through in the past.
 

MACHINE1376

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It is really expensive and there are much cheaper ways to make your per healthy but their CEO actually has responded to all complaints personally on ripoffreport.com. It could be worse but they aren't scamming people with claims of rebates that never come like all of the other commercials we have been forced to sit through in the past.
all rebates are a scam, and another thing..................
 

Bux

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"Even our hairballs have hairballs"

That's the one that makes me want to cut off a kitten's tail.

Good advice here about the expensive foods. I have 4 big dogs and it costs a fortune to feed them the good stuff but it saves on vet bills in the long run. And no need for D-I-N-O-V-I-T-E.
 

BCH

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I'm sorry, is this the unofficial Animal Planet message board or are Wackbaggers seriously talking about taking care of their pets as opposed to making jokes about setting them on fire?
Really, dogs have a hard time stinking with all their fur singed off from the naphthalene fire. You can however, establish any breed's maximum speed using this method.