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Shake Shack Manila Has a Special Menu For Your Dogs

While you munch on your ShackBurger, your furry friend can have his fill by your side.
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With last week’s announcement that pets will now be allowed on public transport vehicles, Metro Manila is becoming a more dog-friendly destination and even the country’s first Shake Shack outlet will be weighing in.

Burger-hungry customers will be able to enjoy a meal with their pets at the soon-to-open al fresco dining area located at the first branch at Central Square Mall in BGC, starting May 10. 


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Filed under “Woof” in a separate part of the Shake Shack menu are two offerings fit for your furry companions. Shake Shack has partnered with Whole Pet Kitchen, a go-to for those who like to treat their four-legged friends to specially made treats and birthday cakes, to create its local iteration of ShackBurger dog biscuits. Bag-O-Bones (P345), which is ideal for takeaway, includes a bag of five ShackBurger dog biscuits. The Poochini, priced at P150, is a dish of ShackBurger dog biscuits in vanilla custard and peanut butter sauce.

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Shake Shack’s affinity with dog owners started way back during its hot dog stand days. Since it began as a mobile hot dog cart in the busy Madison Square Park, it encountered many customers who were out for a walk with their dogs and these menu items are a nod to that time.

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