I don't know about your dogs, but mine will eat darn near anything. I'm not sure spending the money on some fancy ice cream is the best use of my money, but I bet my dogs would think it was a great use of my money.

Ben and Jerry's has been making great ice cream for humans since 1978 from their headquarters in South Burlington, Vermont. Now they are dipping their ice cream scooper into the dog treat market with a line of doggie deserts. Because if there's one thing my four dogs need is an after-dinner dessert.

According to the article from News 12 there are two flavors named after two of Ben and Jerry's employees' dogs.  Pontch's Mix and Rosie's Batch are the first Ben and Jerry dog treats, but there will be more in the future if this entry into doggie desserts goes well.

 

🐶 NEW! 🐶 Introducing Doggie Desserts — it's Ben & Jerry's for dogs! Bow WOW your pooch with 2 pup-friendly flavors.

Learn more: https://benjerrys.co/3hP6yiE

Posted by Ben & Jerry's on Monday, January 11, 2021

Ponch's Mix includes peanut butter and pretzel swirls and Rosie's Batch includes pumpkin and mini cookies. I don't know about you, but those both sound pretty good for humans as well as dogs.

Ben & Jerry’s isn’t the only company making frozen desserts for dogs. In recent years pet-focused brands such as Frosty Paws, Pooch Creamery, and Dogsters have gained popularity for their specialty dog ice creams. The pet food and pet treats industry is big business raking in $90.4 billion according to Grand View Research.

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