Victory for dog rights as Burger King announces first dog bone meal deal

An enormous step forward for dog rights is being celebrated as human fast-food chain Burger King announces their first meal deal for dogs.

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No longer will the burger joint restrict the “iconic flame-grilled taste” of its famous junk products to human consumption. The Dogpper has landed: a bone-shaped Whopper sandwich that is suitable for today’s urban dog on the go.

A bone to pick

The dog community has long-suffered at the feet of fast-food-quaffing owners who refuse to drop a crumb. Now the whole sandwich is about to drop.


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Grilled meat network Burger King finally listened and are delivering a significant between-meal treat to keep dogs quietly satisfied while their owners chow down.

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The Dogpper is “a solution for customers who want to enjoy their order at home without interruption from their pets,” reports USA Today.

And if your dog is short of change, no fear: Burger King will deliver Dogpper bones free with human orders over $10 made with the promo code DOGPPER.

Dogs are limited to a disappointing one bone per order, leaving double-dog homes wondering how to split the treat. But this development is a great step forward for canine campaigners who have sought a piece of what their owners are having for decades, if not centuries.

Back away from the treat

The Dogpper is reported to taste just like Burger King’s famous Whopper, a sandwich of “savory flame-grilled beef topped with juicy tomatoes, fresh lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a soft sesame seed bun” first developed over sixty years ago.

But the dog press reports that the Dogpper is absolutely not for human consumption. This one’s just for dogs. Put it down and walk away. Not for humans. Okay?

Whether the dogs of America are destined to become sofa-bound, soda-slurping junk food addicts is yet to be seen.

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John is a filmmaker and freelance writer. Specialising in leadership, digital media and personal growth, his passions include world cinema and biscuits. He grew up with a golden Labrador named Abba (both of them were children of the '70s) and is nicknamed "G-Dog" for his dogly approach to life. He lives in London but is always on the move.