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Phydough Truck Rolls Out Gourmet Dog Treats

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Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 7:00 AM
click to enlarge Fowl vs. fur. - GUZZLE & NOSH

Because nearly every imaginable cuisine has been bastardized in mobile form, the Phydough Truck has moved on to canines. Rolling out this Saturday, the truck (@phydoughtruck) will feature a menu of gourmet dog treats.

These are semi-organic, small-batch, human-grade treats like sesame agave cookies, peanut butter and bacon bones and bake-at-home cookie dough. The flour is Anson Mills flour; the bacon, Allen Benton. Actually, Fido's Phydough treats sound better (and probably cost more) than many human treats. The truck also sells Bowhaus, Coolhaus' line of soy and yogurt-based ice cream for dogs.

Whatever. Your dog still wants meat.

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