Dogs are people, too! And because of this, there are some restaurant owners that understand puppers need their drive-thru goods just like the rest of us. Whether it’s a “puppaccino” (from Starbucks) or “pup cup” (from Dairy Queen), you need to know where to score the best – and most pet-safe – foods. This is especially helpful while road tripping through the United States.
And just like you have your favorite pit stops, you’ll learn your animal’s preferences too. Dogs know when they’re hitting their favorite place!
It’s even better when the pet menu is secret. This means it won’t be listed, so you’ll have to ask. It’ll make your furry friend feel quite exclusive, too. We’re giving you all you need to know about the secret In-N-Out pet menu.
Though In-N-Out has been operating for more than 60 years, they are still limited to five states: California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Texas. However, if you find yourself taking a road trip through the south headed west with your best furry pal, you can stop by the restaurant and ask for their pet special.
While you have to ask for it by name (it won’t be on the menu) you can get a ‘pup patty’. In other words, you can order a simple, unsalted, broiled hamburger patty. The meat does not include anything harmful to dogs like garlic or onions. And it will surely satisfy your pet until the next stop.
Check it out!
Winter Wear for Pets
Speaking of pet essentials, if you’re planning a road trip – especially to some chillier spots in the country – don’t forget to pack cold-weather essentials for your animal, too.
While certain breeds of dogs don’t require much in the way of extra insulation, several short-haired breeds do. Dogs can also get frostbite on their paws in especially cold weather. It’s probably okay for them to be without protection for a few minutes in extreme weather, but beyond that, it can be dangerous.
Amazon has a huge variety of supplies for dogs and other furry friends. From pet jackets, shoes, body suits – and other helpful gear, your animals will be quite warm and happy throughout the winter months.
Additionally, these products range in price from anywhere between $15 and $35 for dog coats/covers, with some being slightly more pricey for added features.
No matter what adventures await you, you can rest easy knowing that your furry companion will be much happier this winter with a cozy jacket. So stock up on the pup patties, pack your bags and plan for an epic adventure this year. It’s a great time to get outside and make memories with ‘man’s best friend’.