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kibble

baked dough that is crushed or cracked. Prepared usually by extruding and then heating-drying the dough. Used as dry food for dogs and cats.
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Kibble are seeking foster carers to join their team.
One woman who responded to our Facebook inquiry volunteered that she has fed her dogs Kibbles 'n Bits--what I would characterize as junk food--since the company started making it, and her pit bull lived to 17, and she has two other dogs, ages 12 and 14, who have never had to go to the vet.
Mr Kibble said his website would be changed in the next week following the latest ruling.
Mr Kibble vehemently denies he ever recommended using Norwegian-made Alcopal tablets to mask drink levels in drivers.
Mr Kibble alleges he has been 'pulled over' five times since going public last August about the tablets, which are manufactured in Norway.
Does kibble have any advantage because it can help prevent dental tartar buildup, or is that a myth?
It has been great that everyone is taking so much interest in Rocktails and even better that our loyal consumers can now get hold of it in more places other than just our website", said Ms Kibble.
For us, it was the easy option to gain some quick wins, but not right for the business in the long term, and we're not scared of hard work," said Ms Kibble.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (LSE: RBS)(NYSE: RBS-PP) has said that it has named Richard Kibble as group director of Strategy and Corporate Finance.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 6, 2012--RBS names Richard Kibble head of strategy(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Rocktails, founded by young entrepreneurs Naomi Kibble and Helen McAvoy has seen its Frostberry and Arctic Passion products stocked in six Welsh stores, including Wrexham and Rhyl.