Spoil Your Four-Legged Friend: 18 Chain Restaurants With Secret Menu Items For Dogs

Are you a dog lover who enjoys dining out? Well, you’re in for a treat! In this article, we’ll introduce you to 18 awesome chain restaurants that not only welcome dogs but also offer secret menu items exclusively for our canine companions. From free tidbits to full meals, these establishments go above and beyond to make sure your furry friend feels included and loved. So, grab your pup’s leash and let’s explore these dog-friendly eateries!

Starbucks “Puppuccino”

Imagine driving through the Starbucks drive-thru with your furry friend beside you. Now, imagine adding a Puppuccino to your order! But don’t worry, it’s not actual coffee for your pup (caffeine is a no-no for dogs!). Instead, it’s a delightful little cup filled with whipped cream that’ll serve as a delicious treat for your dog, as long as they’re not lactose intolerant.


In-N-Out Burger

Who says dogs can’t enjoy burgers too? At In-N-Out Burger, your furry friend can indulge in a Pup Patty. This unseasoned burger is carefully packed in one of their signature doggy bags, ensuring that your pup can feast on a tasty treat without any harmful toppings.

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Sprinkles is famous for their fresh-baked goodies, and guess what? They make tasty cupcakes specifically crafted for our four-legged friends! These cupcakes are sugar-free and come complete with a delectable layer of yogurt frosting. Your dog will surely appreciate this special treat!

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Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream & Yogurt

If the sun is blazing and you’re craving a cool snack, head over to Handel’s! This ice cream and yogurt chain offers Dogsters in mouthwatering flavors like peanut butter and mint. These frozen treats are even vet-approved, so you can rest assured that your furry companion is indulging in something safe and delicious.

Rock & Brews

Love music, beer, and dogs? Then you’ve found your Nirvana! Rock & Brews is a dog-friendly chain that goes the extra mile by offering a special dog menu. From roast chicken to unsalted burgers, sweet potatoes, and even Fido-friendly (non-alcoholic) “beer,” they’ve got something your pup will love.

Shake Shack

At Shake Shack, dogs are valued customers too! Their special dog menu features two mouthwatering options: the Pooch-ini®, a peanut butter sundae with dog biscuits, and the Bag O’ Bones, a handful of specially made biscuits from Bocce’s Bakery in NYC. Your dog will be wagging their tail in delight!

Shake Shack

Johnny Rockets

Johnny Rockets, the bark-friendly burger joint, has treats in store for your furry friend. Some locations offer dog-friendly burgers, ice cream, and even pupcakes. You can trust that your pup will receive the royal treatment at this dog-loving establishment.

Johnny Rockets

Dairy Queen

If you’re craving ice cream royalty, your furry friend would love a taste too! Dairy Queen offers a Pup Cup, a doggy-sized portion of vanilla ice cream, absolutely free with your purchase. Your pup might even get a delightful treat on top!


Known for its dog-friendly drive-thru and seating areas, Culver’s is the perfect spot to please both you and your pup. Treat them to a scoop of creamy vanilla custard, and watch their tail wag with joy.

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If your furry friend enjoys car rides and the thrill of drive-thrus, Sonic is a must-visit. Some locations offer doggy treats, although your pup might give you those beggin’ eyes in hopes of snagging a bite of your plain burger.


Chick-Fil-A is renowned for its exceptional customer service, and that includes the pooches too! Many drive-thrus are happy to offer a snack for your furry passengers. It’s no surprise that our four-legged friends also love their grilled chicken.

Dunkin’ Donuts

If you’re on a coffee run and your pup is tagging along, certain Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thrus have dog treats at the ready. In some locations, they might even offer puppy lattes, which are cups filled with whipped cream. A perfect treat for your furry companion!

Dunkin' Donuts

Lazy Dog Cafe

At the Lazy Dog Cafe, hungry dogs have their very own menu to choose from! With locations in Las Vegas, Texas, and all over California, your pup can enjoy a delicious bowl of brown rice, either plain or topped with chicken or a hamburger patty. Plus, bowls of water are always on the house!

Lazy Dog Cafe

Le Pain Quotidien

This dog-friendly bakery with locations worldwide is a great choice if you want to dine with your pup. Some patios even have doggy treats within reach, and if not, the friendly waitstaff will gladly provide a bone for your furry friend.

Tim Horton’s

Canada’s beloved donut chain caters to both humans and pooches. They offer a Doggy Timbit, a plain treat without sugar that’s safe for your dog to enjoy. Just ask, and your pup will get their very own Timbit!

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Tim Horton's

Burger King

Burger King, the Home of The Whopper, has a dog-friendly version of their famous patty called the Dogper. Made from beef, cheddar, eggs, oat and brown rice flour, and sesame seeds, this secret biscuit can only be ordered through DoorDash. It’s free with a purchase, but limited to one per order.

Burger King

Rita’s Italian Ice

If you’re looking for a sweet treat, some Rita’s locations will gladly serve your dog a cup of vanilla ice or custard with a tasty treat on top. It’s the perfect way to cool down on a sunny day!


Ben & Jerry’s

Last but not least, the famous ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s is known for their dog-friendly workspace. Recently, they even introduced frozen treats specifically made for dogs. These dog-geared flavors come in their iconic Ben & Jerry’s cups, so your pup can enjoy a chilly delight too.

Ben & Jerry's

We hope you’ve enjoyed this list of dog-friendly chain restaurants with secret menu items for our beloved fur babies. Remember to check with your local location for availability and always consult with your vet before introducing new foods to your dog. Now, go ahead and spoil your four-legged friend at one of these dog-loving establishments!

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Karen’s Kollars