Humans aren’t the only foodies in town. From Boston to Chicago to L.A., the dogs have upped their game when it comes to cuisine, and the food truck industry is hereby put on notice.
Now is the time when owners of “doggie treat trucks” are staking their claim as “first” in their local markets. Many doggie food truck websites have made that claim. Of course, there’s always a bit of risk being first to market, but given how the dogs (and their owners) are responding, it seems like a pretty safe bet.
Check out these examples of dog treat trucks that are thriving (in no particular order). And in keeping with food truck tradition, we recommend following your local doggie treat truck on Twitter to find out where and when it’s time for your dog to nosh.
San Francisco, CA: Milo’s Kitchen
Website: Milo’s Kitchen Treat Truck Fan Blog
On the menu: Chicken Meatballs, Grilled Burger Bites
San Diego & Chicago: Fido To Go
On the menu: Hand-crafted, gluten and allergen-free canine cookies, doggie ice creams, frozen yogurts
Austin, TX: Bow Wow Bones (“Austin’s first mobile food truck for dogs”)
Website: Bow Wow Bones
Twitter: @BowWowBones (“follow for up-to-the-minute truck locations & specials”)
On the menu: Cheesy apple treats for $2 as the “fresh fall special”
Not just food: Bow Wow Bones also offers dog toys and accessories
Gainesville, FL: Earth Pets Organic – Treat Truck
History: Originally a vintage ice cream truck, Earth Pets restored it and turned it into food truck heaven for dogs.
On the menu: A range of items, from frozen yogurt to doggie drinks.
Boston area & Connecticut: Best Friends Pet Care Treat Truck
Context: Part of the chain of 30+ pet care centers
On the menu: Ice cream and cookies
Los Angeles: A partnership between PhyDough and the Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwich Truck
On the menu: Preservative-free dog treats w/ organic ingredients
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