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The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Introduces Pup-PIES With Party Prep

The favorite celebration treat for dogs amps up the fun with birthday additions.




(PRESS RELEASE) SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY — The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. announces that its customer-favorite Pup-PIEs, the original pie-shaped dog treat, will include some new additions to help celebrate dogs’ birthdays and gotcha-day milestones. Each package will include a candle and a happy birthday sign. The company is also launching a “Pawty Pack Bundle,” available for purchase and also offered as a monthly birthday party “giveaway.” It includes dog-themed party supplies like a squeaky toy, party hat, Birthday Cake Bites, and Pup-PIE to commemorate special celebrations.

“Our dogs are our family,” says Keith Augustine, vice president of Sales. “We are excited to amp up the Pup-PIE experience to include some fun new additions to help celebrate our animal friends. This is one of our favorite products and we’re excited to make it available with the same wholesome ingredients, a fruit-forward topping, and ready to make any day a little more festive. And, it’s a great gift to send to a favorite friend or family pup!”

Packed with tasty and beneficial ingredients for your dog, like rolled oats, peanut butter, and pumpkin purée, Pup-PIEs are decorated with real freeze-dried fruit “sprinkles” and a dairy-free coating. Each oven-baked vegetarian Pup-PIE is free of wheat, corn, soy, and dairy. The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Pup-PIE is available in two packaging options: Pink, for your “darling girl” and blue for a “charming boy.”

Pup-PIEs come with 10 slices and are listed as $8.99 per pie, available on the Lazy Dog Cookie Co. website, independently owned pet stores, Amazon, and pet retailers across the country including Petco, PetSmart, and Chewy. The “Pawty Pack Bundle” is $32.99 on the Lazy Dog Cookie Co. website. To find Lazy Dog Cookie Co. in stores near you, visit here.

About Lazy Dog Cookie Co.

The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. started in founder and owner Amy Augustine’s kitchen, where she made small batches of peanut butter treats for the dogs of friends and family and received positive feedback and a demand for more. Fast forward to today, and Lazy Dog has moved from Amy’s kitchen to a 10,000-square-foot warehouse in Saratoga Springs, NY, where they produce a variety of dog treats and horse biscuits.




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