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Your dog can now get paid £100 a month to be a pet food critic – here’s how to apply

by A.P.

Dogs who suffer with regular flatulence, bad hair days, bad breath, large poops and laziness are encouraged to apply – do you think your dog is the right candidate for the job?

A raw dog food company is on the hunt for three dogs to become Canine Critics for its new range of products – and it’s looking to pay the lucky pooch £100 per month, as well as free food, just for the privilege.

The brand ProDog Raw hopes to gain invaluable customer insight and testimonials on its new 80:10:10 raw meal range by taking it to the experts.The dogs’ sole responsibility as critics will be to eat the raw food they are provided with, so their owners can observe their behaviour and health, and note any changes.

Although the job is open to any dog breed and to any age, dogs with serious underlying health conditions should not apply.

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