NEW BARK x DUNKIN’ TOYS ARE HERE! And if that’s not exciting enough, 100% of proceeds go back to the Joy in Childhood Foundation. Pretty sweet, huh?
When you visit your local Dunkin’ (or head to BARK Shop) and make a $12 donation, you’ll receive a squeaky, caffeine-free Dunkin’ Iconic Iced Coffee—for a $15 donation, you’ll get a Dunkin’ Chocolate Glazed Donut toy, Donuts on a Rope, or fetchable Munchkin® donut hole treats!
Can’t decide what to order? Here’s another look at the menu:
Dunkin’ Iconic Iced Coffee
Freshly-brewed and soon to be chewed, this iced coffee cup features a whip n’ flip straw, deep squeaker, and enough fluff to bring your dog all the joy your morning coffee brings you.
Donuts On A Rope
We’ve discovered the best and most underused function of the empty donut middle—it’s perfect for t-shirt rope! Give these donuts your strongest tug, but leave the ‘taking a bite’ part to your dog.
Munchkins® Donut Hole Treats
We over-fried these donut holes juuust a bit, so now they’re a little less soft and pillowy, a little more tough and chewy. Each Munchkin contains a spiky squeaky ball and its own unique scent: sugar, vanilla, and jelly.
Chocolate Glazed Donut
It’s not a Boston cream, but that doesn’t mean this donut is missing a surprise filling. Beneath the durable frosted cover is an ice cream-scented rubber donut core, just in case you want to up your breakfast game.
Since 2020, BARK and Dunkin’s collaboration has raised more than $4 million; to date, the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation has funded 33 service dogs across 23 hospitals, impacting hundreds of thousands of young patients.
Donations will benefit the Foundation programs that provide joy to kids battling hunger or illness, including the Dogs for Joy™ program, 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. To learn more about the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation and the Dogs for Joy program, visit joyinchildhoodfoundation.org/dogsforjoy.
In addition to programs like this one, the Foundation helps at local levels by bringing in volunteers for charities and food banks, creating change within a community.
So next time you’re on your way through the drive-thru, ask about these toys so your best friend can squeak while you sip. Prefer delivery? Get ’em at BARK Shop.