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Animal lovers would readily agree that their pets are often treated as family members. Consequently, it was only a matter of time before someone would come up with pet candy.
Chomp Inc., the brainchild of two sisters -- Sarah Speare and Lesley Lutyens, who are both successful design entrepreneurs and share a passion for dogs, came up with their concept in 1999.
The company's flagship dog "candies"-Yip Yap mini bone-shaped breath freshening "mints" in an Altoid-type tin and Sniffers semi-moist real beef and cheese bites in an M&M-style bag -- instantly appeal to humans as well as the most finicky of pets. Chomp's maverick products look like human candy but …