Krispy Kreme is celebrating National Dog Day on Friday by unleashing its Doggie Doughnuts for the first time in the United States.
The limited-edition baked dog treats will be available on Aug.26 at all participating shops while supplies last and over the weekend if any treats remain, according to a news release. The company will roll out six doughnut-shaped biscuits, inspired by classic Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
“Our dogs have given us so much love and comfort to help us through these last couple of years. They deserve this special treat,” said Dave Skena, Global Chief Brand Officer for Krispy Kreme. “On National Dog Day this Friday, give your furry friend something pawsome.”
According to the company, Doggie Doughnuts will be available in a specially designed six-count box for purchase in-shop and via drive-thru. Krispy Kreme allows service animals to enter our shops in compliance with the state/local laws and definitions of service animals which may differ by location.
The treats are made Huds and Toke, an Australia-based artisan baked pet treat company.
Visit the company's website at https://www.krispykreme.com/promos/doggiedoughnuts for information and to find a location near you.