The world's most dog-centric company and America's favorite coffee brand are teaming up AGAIN to support a great cause and bring joy to children (and dogs!) across the nation. For a limited time, pups can join their humans for a wake-me-up cup with their very own Dunkin' Coffee Pup and Dunkin' Domutt To-Go 2-in-1 toys - caffeine not included, but zoomies inevitable.
Modeled after iconic Dunkin' products, the hot coffee cup toy is squeaky, packed with fluff, and contains a hidden pocket in the lid to dispense treats. The donut and to-go bag multi-part toy includes extra sprinkles and zero calories, plus two squeakers and crinkle to satisfy any squeak-tooth (hide treats in the crinkly bag for even more fun!). Like all BARK toys, they're bright, durable, and perfect for dogs of all ages, sizes, and playstyles. Dogs can keep running on Dunkin', just like their parents.
What makes these toys even sweeter? They're available as a thank you when you make a donation to the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation, Dunkin's charitable foundation powered by the generosity of its franchisees, guests, vendors, and employees.For every $12 donation, coffee lovers get one Dunkin' Coffee Pup, and for every $15, they'll receive a Dunkin' Domutt To-Go 2-in-1 toy.
Starting July 26, these limited-edition toys are rolling out in participating Dunkin' locations across the United States. On August 26, the toys will be available on BarkShopand for BarkBoxsubscribers via Add-To-Box. Last year, Dunkin couldn't keep the toys on shelves, and we expect these to sell out quickly again this year, so get 'em while they're hot!
Also available exclusively at BarkShop, customers can grab a tougher, fluff-free pair of BARK's Super ChewerDunkin' toys. Order up the rubber, treat-dispensing Dunkin' Coffee Cup with a fabric sleeve and squeaky rubber Dunkin' Sprinkle Donut each for a $14 donation.
Funds raised will benefit the Foundation programs that provide joy to kids battling hunger or illness, including the Dogs for Joyprogram, introduced in 2018 to bring full-time service dogs to children's hospitals. The dogs delight, ease stress and anxiety, and assist in everything from keeping a child calm during medical treatment to helping them take their medicine.
Last year's BARK and Dunkin' collaboration raised more than $1.8 million; to date, the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation has funded 26 service dogs across 15 hospitals, impacting hundreds of thousands of young patients.
Next time you pull up to the Dunkin' drive-thru, ask how to make a donation to the Joy in Childhood Foundation and get a hot, squeaky cup for your best pup.
BARK is the world's most dog-centric company, devoted to making dogs happy with the best products, services and content. BARK's dog-obsessed team applies its unique, data-driven understanding of what makes each dog special to design playstyle-specific toys, wildly satisfying treats and wellness supplements, and dog-first experiences that foster the health and happiness of dogs everywhere. Founded in 2012, BARK loyally serves dogs nationwide with monthly subscription services,BarkBoxandSuper Chewer; a curated e-commerce experience onBarkShop.com; and custom collections via its retail partner network, includingTargetandAmazon; wellness products that meet your dogs' needs withBARK Bright; and a personalized meal delivery service for dogs withBARK Eats. At BARK, we want to be the people our dogs think we are, and promise to be their voice until every dog reaches its full tail-wagging potential.
About the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation
The Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation, the charitable foundation supported by Dunkin' and the generosity of its franchisees, guests, vendor partners and employees, provides the simple joys of childhood to kids battling hunger or illness. The Foundation partners with food banks, children's hospitals and nonprofit organizations to fund joyful environments and joyful experiences for kids when they need it most. Since 2006, the Joy in Childhood Foundation has granted more than $30 million to hundreds of national and local charities across the country. For more information, please visit www.bringjoy.org.