kibble kibble  /ˈkɪ bəl/


  1. (n) coarsely ground grain in the form of pellets (as for pet food)
  2. (n) an iron bucket used for hoisting in wells or mining


  1. By finding a truly recession-proof niche--unconditional-love provider--they've gone from eating scraps and sleeping in the dirt to gourmet kibble and orthopedic beds.
  2. A dog's love comes with a lengthy prenup: vet bills when it gets diarrhea; peroxide baths when it gets skunked; low-carb kibble when it gets old and fat.
  3. Their usually well-funded candidates were badly outspent this cycle, but they've survived to fight for more kibble in the future.


  • Things in your fridge it’s OK to feed your dog

    Five kibble-enhancements I would argue that it’s not just OK to feed your dog some fresh food but vital. When I was a new mother I was horrified at the idea of filling up my baby’s little tummy with what they called baby cereal. You know — the stuff coming out of the box that looks [...]
    on June 18, 2013     Source:


  • The Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Kenny MacAskill said: "I welcome the official opening of the Kibble Safe Centre and wish it every success for the future." "The Scottish Government shares the determination of all our...
    on Feb 26, 2008 By: Kenny MacAskill Source: Paisley Daily Express

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