May 19, 2014 |

Buddy’s Pizza repurposes dough as dog treats

By Pizza Today


Farmington Hills, Michigan-based Buddy’s Pizza, famous for introducing the first Detroit-style square pizza, has come up with a creative way to use leftover pizza dough and help save animals lives. Buddy’s has debuted Buddy Bones, which are made from the pizza company’s multi-grain crust.

The bone-shaped dog biscuits are packaged five to a bag for large bones and 10 to bag for small bones, according to the Detroit News. The dog treats sell for $2 and are available at all Buddy’s 10 Detroit locations. Buddy Bones sales go to benefit the Michigan Humane Society.


via YouTube, Michigan Humane
http://www.michiganhumane.org/

View the Michigan Humane Society press release on Buddy’s Bones.

 

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