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Krispy Kreme launches doughnut-inspired dog biscuits

The chain collaborated with local Aussie business Huds & Toke for the pup-friendly project.

In anticipation of International Dog Day on August 26, Krispy Kreme announced the launch of doughnut-inspired dog biscuits, made in partnership with local Aussie business Huds & Toke.

Each so-called “Doggie Doughnut”  is inspired by a Krispy Kreme flavour, with six flavours to choose from including the brand’s Original Glazed, Choc Cookie, Choc Sprinkles, Choc Iced, Strawberry Sprinkles and Choc Cheesecake.

The hard-baked cookie base and frosting has been designed specifically for dog jaws, the chain said, using ingredients like carob and yoghurt for dental cleaning benefits. The dog biscuits are made from a HACCP Accredited facility in Queensland.

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