V-dog and Veggie Grill Partner to Launch Bottoms Pups


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V-dog partnered with plant-based fast-casual restaurant Veggie Grill to launch weekend Bottoms Pups. Pet parents will be invited to bring their dogs along to select restaurant patios on Saturdays from 4:00 to 6:00 pm.

 

During the designated times, Veggie Grill will provide free vegan dog treats from v-dog to those in attendance. V-dog’s “plant powered” green bandanas will also be available as free gifts for pet parents interested in styling their dinner companions.

 

“Veggie Grill has offered 100 percent plant-based dishes and a wonderful dining atmosphere for years, and now fans of the restaurant will be able to include their favorite furry friends in their afternoon out,” said Lindsay Rubin, vice president of v-dog. “We’re thrilled to partner with Veggie Grill on this fun addition to their culture, and we look forward to raising awareness that dogs can thrive on plant-based diets too.”

 

Bottoms Pups kicked off at four locations on Saturday, Sept. 28 including:

·         Lakeview, Chicago

·         River North, Chicago 

·         Torrance, California

·         Tustin, California

 

“We are thrilled to be working with v-dog for the launch of Bottoms Pups, where pet guests will enjoy the brand’s wiggle biscuits in the blueberry and peanut butter flavors,” said Steve Heeley, CEO of Veggie Grill. “We encourage all to grab their friends, four legged or two, to enjoy an ideal Saturday afternoon at Veggie Grill.”

 

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