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A Dublin takeaway has started doing delivery food for dogs

We’re not talking leftover scraps here either.

A DUBLIN TAKEAWAY has just redefined the meaning of a doggie bag.

Camile, a chain of Thai takeaways, has just introduced what they’re calling the world’s first delivery dog treat.

Customers who order food from the takeaway restaurant can now get a little treat for their dogs for just €2.95. And we’re not talking leftover scraps.

Instead pups will be treated to a “rice pudding and mango coulis dog treat with luxury Madeleine biscuits”.

The restaurant says the treat is a cure for “Starving Puppy Eyes” and it seems to be going down a treat so far…

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Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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