This week's question: Mitch Felderhoff, co-owner of a Texas dog-food distributor, has eaten nothing but his company's own products for the past month — and has lost 20 pounds since starting the challenge. If Felderhoff were to write a diet book based on the virtues of eating dog food, what should it be titled?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Dethroned


THE WINNER: "French Bulldogs Don't Get Fat"
Sarah M. Vatterott, St. Louis, Missouri

SECOND PLACE: "The Paw Man's Diet"
Dave DiGregorio, West Hollywood, California

THIRD PLACE: "Rescue Yourself from the Pounds"
Timothy Heer, Dubuque, Iowa


"The Rin Tin Thin Diet"
Gordon Freireich, York, Pennsylvania

"Eat Ruffage to Become More Fetching"
Paul Kim, The Woodlands, Texas

"Get a New Leash on Life"
Kim Koehler, Portland, Oregon

"Pooch Not Paunch"
Nancy Laughrey, Tulsa, Oklahoma

"The Idita-bod Diet"
Bill Levine, Belmont, Massachusetts

"Woof It Down"
John P. Kelly, Waelder, Texas

"The South Bitch Diet"
Jason Feltner, Cheyenne, Wyoming

"Losing Dog Pounds"
Gary Barnes, Gulf Breeze, Florida

"When Man Bites Dog Food"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Lose Weight and Keep it Arf"
George Graybill, Aptos, California

"Every Dog Has Its Diet: 30 Day Cleanse"
James Doyle, Topsham, Maine

"Dining Alpo Fresco"
Joe Frank, Scottsdale, Arizona