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In London, Ice Cream Goes To The Dogs

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In London, Ice Cream Goes To The Dogs

In London, Ice Cream Goes To The Dogs

In London, Ice Cream Goes To The Dogs

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In these dog days of summer, a London ice cream truck is catering to canines with doggie ice cream. The flavors are a tasty chicken-and-ham sorbet called Dog Eat Hog World. The sweeter Canine Cookie Crunch is made with crushed dog biscuits and ice cream. The creators of the K99 ice cream truck say they worked at getting the temperature and texture just right — though anyone who's ever dropped an ice cream cone next to a dog could have told them not to worry.

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In these dog days of summer, a London ice cream truck is catering to canines with doggie ice cream. The flavors are a tasty chicken and ham sorbet called Dog Eat Hog World and the sweeter Canine Cookie Crunch, made with crushed dog biscuits and ice cream. The creators of the K99 ice cream truck say they worked at getting the temperature and texture just right. Though anyone who's ever dropped an ice cream cone next to a dog could have told them not to worry.

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