Bundobust launches FREE plant-based treats for dogs to woof down
To mark World Animal Day today, the original Indian street food and craft beer hall Bundobust now caters for canines and has collaborated with plant-based dog bakery Queens of the Bone Age to offer free bespoke treats to ensure pups are comfortable during their visit.
The first-of-its-kind initiative has launched at its dog-friendly venues in Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester (Piccadilly and the Bundobust Brewery).
The BUNDOG TREATS biscuits are available to dogs in the venue or as a treat to take away for any pooches left at home.
Handmade by Queens of the Bone Age, the plant-based goodies contain human-grade ingredients that are safe for dogs to consume. No additives or preservatives in sight: all natural, no nasties.
David Bailey, Marketing Manager at Bundobust, said: “We love dogs who bring their owners to Bundobust so we linked with Queens of the Bone Age to make sure our esteemed mutts are dining in style. Inspired by the flavours of our kitchen, the BUNDOG TREATS are vegan and available free-of-charge from the bar at our Bundobust venues.”
Becca Gallagher, Co-Founder of Queens of the Bone Age, said: “We are so excited for this unique collaboration with Bundobust, a business that we have long admired beyond our shared passion for plant-based food. As a small independent business, it’s a real privilege to work with Bundo and we can’t wait to see our four-legged friends woof down the Bundobust treats from this week.”
Yorkshire-based Queens of the Bone Age was established by sisters Nicky Swire and Becca Gallagher last year and specialises in quirky treats for dogs, including personalised biscuits and birthday doggy doughnuts.
Bundobust is renowned for its authentic vegetarian and vegan Indian street food dishes and outstanding craft beers and ales.
The Bundobust x Queens of the Bone Age dog treats are available at Bundobust Leeds, Bundobust Manchester Piccadilly, Bundobust Liverpool and Bundobust Brewery from Tuesday 4 October, while stocks last.