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Krispy Kreme launches limited edition doughnuts for dogs


Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Krispy Kreme has officially announced the launch of its new Doggie Doughnuts, in honour of National Dog Day.

The doughnut brand, born in North Carolina, has previously launched doughnuts for dogs over in the States, but now UK dogs are the ones who are in for a treat.

Whilst they appear just like Krispy Kreme doughnuts, specifically the Original Filled Kreme, the Chocolate Sprinkles and the Chocolate Dreamcake, they’re actually made of your four-legged friends.

Don’t worry, there’s no nasties in their for your pup, either. Each Doggie Doughnut contains a hard-baked cookie filled with ingredients like Carob, which is a chocolate substitute.

Plus, you can find peanuts in some of them, among other ingredients.

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Krispy Kreme’s Doggie Doughnuts are here (Credit: Krispy Kreme UK)

The doughnuts launched yesterday (21st August) in stores nationwide, and are only available on a limited edition run until September 3rd or while stocks last.

National Dog Day is on August 26th, so why not get your pooch a box or two to honour the occasion?

As well as in your local shop, you can also bag your Doggy Doughnuts on the Krispy Kreme website.

Not only can you buy the doughnuts in a tail-wagging six pack, for £13.95, you can also buy an assorted pack for £22.95, which comes with doughnuts for your pooch and also doughnuts for their human pawrents alike (at 15 percent off, no less).

What a treat!

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Krispy Kreme’s doughnuts are completely safe for dogs to eat (Credit: Krispy Kreme UK)

Krispy Kreme first launched in 1937, thanks to founder Vernon Rudolph who created a yeast-raised doughnut recipe in his warehouse in the States.

Now, the doughnuts are a worldwide phenomenon, selling in over 30 countries.

As for the Doggie Doughnuts? They can be bought in 126 retail stores across the UK as well as online.

Go, go, go!

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