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C# Is the use of Multiple Inner foreach loops Bad Practice.

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Last Modified: 2013-11-11
To demonstrate I will use a super imaginative example:

foreach(Dog d in Dogs)
{
      foreach(Paw p in d.Paws)
      {
         
             foreach(Toe t in p.Toes)
             {
               
                  foreach (ToeNail n in t.ToeNails)
                  {
                        WriteToRepository(d.Id, p.Id, t.Id, n.Id, d.Name, t.condition);
                  }
             }

      }
}

Is there a more elegant method to achive this(without using LINQ)?
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