Vintage Print Ads Featuring Dogs December 21, 2021December 21, 2021 ~ YesBiscuit Ad appearing in Forest and Stream, January 1920 Portion of an ad appearing in Forest and Stream, December 1920 Spratt’s dog food ad including a calendar showing June 1908 Ad appearing in Forest and Stream, June 1920 Ad for canned dog food Ad appearing in the backpages of the book Horse and Hound by Roger D. Williams, 1908 Ad in the classifieds of the Boston Daily Globe, December 1920 Philadelphia Times, February 26, 1888 And now we come to the Old Grist Mill Dog Bread portion of the post: From the classifieds in the Boston Sunday Globe, November 1902 Boston Sunday Globe, September 1903 Boston Sunday Globe, October 1903 Boston Sunday Globe, November 1904 Boston Sunday Globe, April 1905 Boston Sunday Globe, October 1905 Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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This is the first time I’ve seen it as “dog bread” and not “biscuits” – interesting!
I would love to see and smell and touch all these old dog food products. It’s on my list for when I get a time machine.
Interesting. Animals have long been used for advertising – and still are. I’m guessing that “Dog Bread” is what we call kibble today. Wonder what it looked like, and what was in it. Did one have to cut off slices for the dog, like with human bread? Was there a “cat bread”?
I haven’t come across any cat breads but I’m usually looking at something dog related when I see these so my sample is skewed.