Yes, this is an actual product. How many things do you notice which are kinda strange or just a bit wrong?
For all the times your dog has longed for a little more hoi sin in its bowl.
One thing you can't see from the picture is the ingredients. It actually contains DUMPLINGS. Now, I like dumplings as much as the next person, but in dog food? Granted, I've never asked a dog whether they like dumplings in their food, but I don't imagine they'd notice. Perhaps its for foodie-type dogs who want an authentic Chinese culinary experience when they are eating their "Chinese take-out" flavoured food. I'm surprised they didn't include an intricately carved piece of carrot to make an aesthetically-pleasing garnish to the dog food.
And yeah, what is with the "Chinese take-out with sauce" title? As opposed to just "Chinese"? It's as if Chinese food is only something available as take-out?
And yes, I'll say it; will some customers feel some trepidation about the words "Chinese", "food" and "dog" in the same sentence? (As in, is that lovable canine in the picture an eager consumer, or an ingredient?)