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An Unanswered Letter to United Canine Association

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

December 29, 2008

United Canine Association
P.O. Box 2600
Tehachapi, CA 93581

Dear United Canine Association, American Kennel Club,

Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa made the following statement:

“If part of our problem is that the Chinese are going to eat meat and you’ve got to have corn and soybeans to feed the Chinese their meat, then why isn’t it just as legitimate for the Chinese to go back and eat rice as it is for us to change our policy on corn to ethanol?”

So I decided to do a little research and find out if the Chinese were indeed eating more meat, and was shocked to discover they eat dog meat! They call these “Food Dogs,” and as horrifying as I found this idea, it got me to thinking. Really there is no difference between eating dog and eating cow, pig, or horse!

Maybe this is the solution. If you could promote a “meat breed,” the Chinese might start eating MORE dog. They could even come up with their own version of the American dream, “A puppy in every pot and a rickshaw outside every straw hut.”

One of the websites I looked at said Saint Bernards are fast growing and disease resistant. They also eat less, and breed fast. This seems like the ideal dog for your to promote. You could also consider the Yorkie. This dog would make a great appetizer.

Seems like a win win to me. We get to keep our ethanol, and the Chinese get more meat.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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