The life of a shelter dog can be a lonely one. Waiting each day for someone to finally notice you and take you home is no doubt exhausting, and one shelter is trying to make the waiting game just a little bit easier.
The Puppuccino Pals program was established in April at the Kitsap Humane Society in Washington. Every Tuesday, volunteer Molly Clark takes one of the shelter’s dogs to the local Starbucks for a delicious Puppuccino. (It’s on the chain’s “secret menu” and is just a small cup filled with whipped cream.)
Even though the program was officially established in April, Clark has been taking dogs out for Puppuccinos to give them a break from shelter life for quite some time.
Even if a dog might not be a good fit for a Puppuccino outing, the shelter makes sure that they still get their treat – and the exposure.
The shelter also features each Puppuccino Pal dog on its Instagram account, to give them a little extra attention.
The Puppuccino Pals program is a great way to get shelter dogs out in the community and to remind people as they grab their daily coffee that hundreds of amazing dogs are still waiting, every day, for the right home.
If you’d like to adopt a dog of your own, you can check out Adopt-a-Pet.com to get started.
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