The human-canine treaty is based on a simple yet essential social contract: they will provide loyal cuteness until the end, and in return, humans will provide snacks. Appease a canine tooth and keep yourself out of the doghouse with today's tasty Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of bakery bites and prepackaged food and treats for your four-legged friend at Three Dog Bakery in Lincoln Park.
Three Dog Bakery unleashed its first tasty treats for man's cuddly companion back in 1989 and now has legs across North America, China, and Japan. The quickly expanding barkery takes pride in providing all-natural, human-grade foods to doggies—foods that will help them live long, healthy lives while keeping them fit and promoting a positive Air Bud–esque self-image. In addition to fresh, baked-in-store goods Three Dog Bakery treats furry friends to pooch pastries such as the 5" round cake ($14.95). To reward especially good behavior or console your pup after a nasty catfight, appeal to his or her sweetest incisors with some cheese Jump n' Sit Bits ($6.50), apple oatmeal Bark n' Fetch ($5.95), or peanut butter "Woof"ers ($6.50).
Providing dogs with high-quality food is an easy way to show appreciation for their steadfast companionship and ever willingness to lovingly massage your hands with their bellies. Bring your dog into Three Dog Bakery to peruse the aisles and sniff out something scrumptious and walk out with handcrafted goods for your dog to paw at after losing a heated game of bingo.
Some prices for products are different online and in-store. The prices here reflect online prices.
Three Dog Bakery
Since opening their first bakery in 1989, Three Dog Bakery's founders, Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff, have been supplying four-legged friends with healthy, all-natural treats and food. The images of their first canine coworkers and beloved taste testers, Sarah, Gracie, and Dottie, decorate the packages of tasty edibles, which forgo preservatives, sugar, or animal byproducts in favor of ingredients dogs love, such as real meat, fruit, and homework.