Shelter dogs treated to Starbucks in hopes of getting adopted

- The Kitsap Humane Society established in April “The Puppuccino Pals” in hopes of lifting the spirits of dogs currently in shelters.

According to thedodo.com, every Tuesday, a volunteer takes one of the dogs in the shelter to their local Starbucks in Washington for a “Puppuccino.”  The delicious treat is on the Starbucks “secret menu” and is a small cup filled with just whipped cream.

Starbucks posts signs letting customers know about the “Dog of the Week” in hopes that the dog will be adopted.

The Dodo said that even if a dog is not a good fit for the outing, the shelter makes sure that the dog still gets their treat and the exposure.

The shelter also features each Puppuccino Pal dog on its Instagram account, to give them a little extra attention. 

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