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Restaurants with a Dog Friendly Menu

Recently, a friend came over ecstatic that she just gave her dog a frap from Starbucks.

Yep, you heard right.  Starbucks actually have a secret drink called the Puppucino made just for dogs.  It's yummy and lets your dog not feel too left out when you get your drink.  Plus they look adorable with their snouts in a paper cup.  Just be careful you don't get it too much because it's literally just whipped cream in a cup.

It turns out that Starbucks isn't the only place to have doggy drinks and food.  Here are other restaurants that jumped on the bandwagon with the Puppucino:


 ~ In-N-Out's "Pup Patty" - You can order your dog a hamburger, too!  It's nothing special or specifically for dogs, though, simply a plain, unsalted burger (so it's not too unhealthy?)

~ Sprinkles' "Doggy Cupcakes" - Sprinkles is a bakery in California that serves delicious cupcakes, and it turns out they makes ones for your dog, too.  They make these sugar free and with yogurt frosting (which is actually good for your dog!  Yogurt, that is.)

~ Shake Shack "Pooch-ini" - The Pooch-ini is custom-made by Shake Shack, with dog biscuits, peanut butter sauce and vanilla custard.

~ Johnny Rockets' "Dog Burger" - Simply ask for a burger for your dog and they'll give you a cut up burger on a plate with a bowl of water.

~ Tim Horton's "Timbits" - Tim Horton has sugar-free Timbits in plain, dog-friendly form!


Now, keep in mind, while these foods and drinks are technically dog-friendly, they are still human food.  So feel free to give these dog items a try, but don't overdo it.  




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Jenna Gomes

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