The origin of the term 'hot dog' lies in the suggestion that sausages, because of their anonymous nature - finely-minced ingredients which could be anything - did indeed contain dog meat, as well as meat from any other stray, pet, wild, or feral creature sausage-makers could get hold of. Sausage manufacturing is ancient; records go back many centuries and allegations of questionable ethics have probably been leveled at vendors of sausages and other cheap street-foods from the start. The usage of 'dog' in the sense of a sausage is recorded in the US from the 1880s, and is undoubtedly older; it is only one of many derogatory terms used worldwide to describe a suspect sausage.
A Coney Island hot dog stand established in 1916 reportedly aimed to reassure customers of the food's purity by arranging for men in surgeon's scrubs to eat there.
Records of the popularity of fast-food sausages in the US are available from the 1800s. American street food, of course, goes back much further, but the sale of hot sausages by street vendors was reportedly a German-American initiative. The earliest print evidence so far located of the US phrase 'hot dog' was in an 1893 newspaper column, but the term was undoubtedly in use well before then.
There are suggestions the phrase 'hot dog' originated in the US because the German sausage, the Wiener (or, in Austria, the Frankfurter, sausages apparently being blamed on cities elsewhere) was thought to resemble the dachshund, but this is unsubstantiated; certainly the dachshund (Dakel, or, formally, Teckel, in German) is popularly called a sausage dog in English because of its shape, but there's no real indication of a sausage being commonly called a dachshund for the same reason.
No, not real dogs. The sausage in a corn dog is usually pork or beef. However, they can be made with any meat or meat substitute.
There is no such thing as bug parts in a hot dog. if there was you would see black in your hot dog. hot dogs are made out of meat.
raw meat is good for dogs do not cook the meat for ur dog ...have u ever seen a dog on a by=urgerking asking for a burger...NO....google raw diet for dogs
All dogs eat meat but domestic dogs take it out of dog food or the meat will be cooked for them.
Kebab meat is made from, dogs. Mainly pug dogs, don't be afraid if you have a pug dog, we won't come and eat it, or maybe we will, kebab meat is also made from taranchula legs. but pug dogs are the main thing in kebab, hope this helps.
The difference between a hot dog and a hamburger is they are shaped differently and are made of different meat a hot dog is made of left over meat from different animals and a hamburger is made from cow.
hot dogs are made out of pigs snout or meat scrapes left on the floor
There are no dogs in hot dogs. Hot dogs can be made from beef, pork, chicken or turkey. The term 'hot dog' is a style of preparation that encases the meat mixture within a thin, edible shell.
My guess would be meat.
lions eat dogs and dogs eat meat such as chickens
Dogs are carnivores, they eat meat. The best food is the Dog Food they sell in the supermarket. It is a balanced diet scientifically made for dogs. Your dogs trust you and will eat anything you give them, even if it is very bad for them.
Well, I wouldn't say "winner." Use a more sophisticated term, such as,"penis." Yes, they are made out of a dog's penis. It's illegal to publicly buy or sell dog meat in the U.S. and NO, hot dogs are not made from dog wieners ... just Google it.
No. But no meat will make you dog very unhealthy.
yes cats and dogs are carnivores so they can eat meat
Technically deli meat should not harm a dog. It is not advised to feed it to dogs as it is full of preservatives.
Hot dogs can be made of beef, pork, or a mixture of beef, pork, chicken and/or turkey.
Well all dogs are carnivores so huskies are the same for they are too dogs. They eat meat. Dog food usually doesn't have REAL meat in it. They usually have corn gluten meal or ground corn meal with meat FLAVOR! Blue Buffalo dog food brand has real meat in it. But it is expensive. Huskies can eat practically any meat that's not poisonous. Uncooked is ok for dogs but they can get tape worms from it, and other diseases. Cooked meat is totally fine for dogs. They can eat it on gravy, with rice, in their dog food, and just plain. Dogs really don't care what kind of meat it is as long as they are not eating dog meat. (Yes, people do eat dog meat and MIGHT feed it to their dogs.) I hope I helped out with your questions. :)
As long as it is not a female dog it is. Male dogs are called "Dogs". Female dogs are called "Bitches". See the related questions "What is a dog when it's not a dog?" and "Is my dog a dog?" for more information on these interesting questions.
yes if your dog likes meat
100% pure beef. Kosher hot dogs are made from kosher meat which does restrict the cuts of meat that can be used. You can find kosher hot dogs made from beef, veal, chicken, and turkey. They do contain the normal seasonings found in hot dogs including nitrates.
Dogs can eat both raw & cooked meat safely.
In most cases, hot dogs are made of random scraps of meat from slaughter houses, but sometimes, it's made of beef.
Absolutely not. Usually wet dog food is made up of turkey, lamg, pork or beef. Dog biscuits are usually made up of vegetables and the meat mentioned above. Yes there are dog foods made with real meat.Read the labels when meat is listed first then its a good dog food ,if corn wheat soy and meat by- products are listed that's not a good dog food.Call some of your local feed and seed places and ask what they have.Two that I know of is 4health and blue,both of thesr are real meat DHA and all of the other good things dogs need,also they eat less because there are no fillers.
Meat, there is nothing a dog likes more than meat.
Dogs eat meat