and you thought your dogs were high?

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BpCBlake
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2013/02/22 11:21:56
kozel
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/22 11:55:23
That's Canadian, eh!  $6.95 Canadian is about $6.81 US.
lleechef
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/22 12:05:21
Well, that makes all the difference in the world!  In that case I'll have two Dragon Dogs.
bartl
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/22 13:11:39
When I saw the thread, I was assuming you meant "nearly spoiled".
 
Bart
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/22 13:13:44
If I was walking down the street and saw a dog for 2.50 and one for 6.95 I would buy the one for 6.95. I may not do it twice but I would definitely do it once.
CCinNJ
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/23 09:25:29
Dougie does some wonderful things.

Pictures say a thousand words. Being attractive helps that cause a great deal.

Even if a very limited number of Dragon Dogs are sold...the free publicity is priceless...and costless as well.

http://dougiedog.com/press/


On the menu where it states you can double the dog for an extra $1.75. I doubt that includes the * Dragon Dog.
post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/02/23 09:59:08
CCinNJ
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/23 09:40:24
...and a signature root beer.

http://dougiedogrootbeer.com/
pnwchef
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/23 10:39:19
 
At dougieDOG, we celebrate the hot dog culture by offering all-natural dogs, free of hormones, preservatives and chemical additives.
 
I could see these going over well in Vancouver, BC. I bet they pay $6 a lb for these dogs. Vancouver is all about Natural, home grown. Japadog is also started in Vancouver, the prices are in this range, they have a few locations around town. Japadog also opened in NYC, looks like they have a winner.............

ChrisOC
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/23 10:47:43
I see they have ketchup on some of those dogs
biker jim
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/26 00:28:23
These prices seem very reasonable for a good hormone free, nitrite free dog with creative and fresh toppings.  Way to go dougieDog!  I love your menu.  Our prices range from $6-$9 for a dog.  Kind of expensive for a hot dog, but pretty reasonable for Pheasant, or Elk, or right now we're doing a Jack a Lope dog special that's kind a good!
BpCBlake
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/26 10:57:20
lope is good. just have to make sure you have enought antler in there for that good lope taste.  you guys should do a lizard dog too.
 
jcheese
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/26 18:59:27
Ya basically charge what people will pay. If the folks in his area want quality, they will pay for it. They seem to be pretty big, so they seem to be pretty much a meal.
In my neck of the woods they drive up and ask how much for a Hot Dog.
I say "They start at $2.00 with all toppings and taxes". Too many drive off and get one for .89 at the next corner market. The ones that buy tend to come back.
BpCBlake
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Re:and you thought your dogs were high? 2013/02/26 19:59:49
yeah here in vegas you wouldnt believe what tourists will eat. on the strip there are cheep mini marts all over. 4 dogs for 1.00. you can always tell the cheep tourists by the dog yak on their shoes. err, same thing with buffets. but most usally make it to the emergency room before blowing up. err, out.