A dog’s owner will always get the short end of the stick.
But with hot dogs becoming a hot item on the menu, some dog owners are finding that they can still make it work.article A hot dog is a hot dog, right?
And that’s pretty much it, right??
Well, according to a study by the National Association of Dog Trainers (NADA), that’s not always the case.
According to the NADA study, a hotdog can be a bit of a dog-o-meter, especially if you are one of the owners of a large breed of dogs.
The study found that while hot dogs were popular among owners of medium and large breed dogs, hot dogs among owners with a large dog were far more popular.
In the study, the average price of a hot-dog on the marketplace was $3.30.
The average price for a large hot-doodle dog was $4.75.
The hot dog price was not a good predictor of the quality of the food that was purchased, the study found.
In short, hot dog owners tend to have the short-end of the bargain, with a hot dinner usually more expensive than a cold one.NADA says the study has no data on how often dog owners purchase hot dogs on their own.
The NADA has also asked owners to provide their pet with a photo ID for the purposes of their survey, so that they know which hot dogs they’re purchasing.
However, many people, including many dog owners, refuse to provide that photo ID and instead rely on the fact that their pet has a license plate.
Nada says the results of the study could have a bearing on how dogs are purchased.
According to the organization, the results suggest that hot dog buyers might want to ask their pet owners how often they buy their dogs, as well as how often dogs are sold.