Ben & Jerry Launches Flavourful Ice Creams For Doggos

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by Yogita Chainani
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Do you often feel sad when your doggo looks at you with those puppy eyes while you enjoy your tub of ice cream? If yes, then we have a solution to your sadness. Well, to make sure that you and your doggie enjoy ice cream together, Ben & Jerry has now introduced a frozen treat designed especially for your best four-legged friend. Yep, you read that right. Excited, already? Here’s everything you must know about this launch.

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Ben & Jerry Launches 2 Flavours Of Ice Cream For Your Doogies

Ben & Jerry launched two flavours – Pontch’s Mix, which, is a combination of peanut butter and pretzel swirls and Rosie’s Mix, which adds real pumpkin, and mini-cookies to a sunflower butter base. Priced at $2.99, each flavour will be sold individually or in a four-count multipack for $4.99. Speaking about the launch of doggie treats Lindsay Bumps, a Global Marketing Specialist at Ben & Jerry’s, said,

“We know our fans love their dogs and treat them like family. We created this product line so pups can enjoy something even better than belly rubs. Doggie Desserts are the sweetest treat they’ll ever put their paws on.”

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You Can Order Ice Cream For Your Pooch On Their Website

If you are already looking forward to having an ice cream night with your pooch, then you can order the ice cream online at Ben & Jerry’s website. And not only the treats, but the site has also added a few pet accessories to its webshop, including a Doggie Desserts-friendly bowl, an ice cream cone-shaped plush toy, and a leash in their signature rainbow-coloured tie-dye.

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With everything not looking so great so far, we are so happy that at least our doggies can now enjoy a tub of ice cream to beat the heat.

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