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This week's question: In a recent survey, 39 percent of pet owners admitted to tasting their pets' food, with nearly a third of them saying they enjoyed it. If a company were to market its dog or cat food by portraying it as a tasty treat for humans, too, what would the brand be called?

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RESULTS:

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THE WINNER: "Bowl to Table"

Megan Moyer, Oakland, California

SECOND PLACE: "Collared Greens"

Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

THIRD PLACE: "Wolfhound Puck"

David P. Simmons, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Yuppie Chow"

Beth Simon, Oakland, California

"Chef (who's a good) Boyardee"

Gary Evenson, McFarland, Wisconsin

"Cordon Bleu Buffalo"

Nancy Lightfield, Burlington, Wisconsin

"Allpo"

George Rose, South Daytona, Florida

"Tom & Jerry's"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Purina One Plus One"

Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

"I Ams That Hungry"

Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California

"Practically Party Mix"

Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina

"Scooby (and Shaggy) Snacks"

Ryan D. O'Dell, Manchaka, Texas

"Wag You Beef"

John Smigelsky, Holmdel, New Jersey

"Pet-t-Fours"

Kenneth A. Carion, Springdale, Pennsylvania.

"Peté"

Jeff Radakovich, Bellingham, Washington

"Skittles & Bits"

Jeff Jarrett, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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