Dog food in the Philippines could cost $30,000 to make

With the price of dog food surging and rising, a new company is making it even more difficult to find the food.

ABC News has learned that the cost of making dog food in a country where it’s hard to find it is increasing by more than 300% over the past three years.

According to industry sources, it’s possible that in 2017, dog food made in the country will cost more than the amount of money the country was spending on food aid in 2016.

In addition, the cost has grown by 300% in the past six months alone.

For some pet owners, the food that they have is the only thing they have.

For others, the dog food is the lifeline they have for when their dog gets sick.

In 2017, there were 2,000 deaths from dog food poisoning in the United States, according to a study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

That’s a rise of nearly 700% from 2016.

The average price of a pound of dog and cat food rose by 4.3% in 2017 to $8.89, according the Center.

In 2016, the average price for a pound dog and the average cost for a cat was $895.

The cost of food for dogs in 2017 was $2,872.

The price of food in some areas in the region of Cotabato is also rising.

The Philippines is one of the poorest countries in the world, with an average per capita income of less than $1,600.

In recent years, there has been an increase in the price tag for the dog’s food.

The prices of dog, cat, and ferret food have risen by more then 50% over this period.

The cost of dog meat in the southern Philippines jumped by nearly $5,000 per pound in 2017.

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According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, in 2017 the cost to make dog meat was $16.3 million per kilogram.

That was up from $14.1 million in 2016, according data from the U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization.

It is the price for dog meat that has prompted some of these families to start feeding their dogs raw meat, said Joaquín Guiliana, the director of the Animal Welfare Foundation of the Philippines.

Guiliana said raw meat is the most affordable alternative for people in poverty.

For the majority of Filipinos, dog meat is not the only source of income, but is considered the cheapest, according Toenail Foods, a brand of dog foods that is owned by the family of Joaquin Guilias.

Toenail has been producing dog food for the Philippines since 2007, according TOENail’s website.

The company uses raw meat from dogs that have been bred for health, and not the standard dog food.

Toensail Foods said in a statement to ABC News that the company is aware of reports that the price increases are coming from people who have been using the meat to make their own dog food, and that they are working to improve their processes.

We do not condone or condone any kind of cruelty to animals, and we believe in ethical and responsible food production.

We are working with all partners to provide an even better product and better lives for our dogs and cats.