Colorado dog food truck wags its tail
The dogs are surely drooling in front of a new “tasty” food truck crossing Colorado.
Treat your pooch to a delicious free “puppy mug” at Bone Apétreat in Denver. The turquoise Sprinter van, covered in paw prints, serves all-natural, freshly baked goodies for tail-wagging friends.
Bone Apétreat owner Tiffany Brown moved to Colorado and opened her own dog food truck amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I’ve always loved animals, and they always seemed to be drawn to me, too,” Brown said. “After several months of planning, designing, securing a loan and building my business plan, Bone Apétreat was launched in January.”
Bone Apétreat is giving away free “puppy cups” filled with frozen whipped cream for your furry friends every time you take them to visit the food truck. In addition, they also sell a playful assortment of frosted cookies such as the “Pawno Noir” in the shape of a wine bottle.
Bagged treats, cured meat, antlers, horns, bones and several types of Bully Chews can also be found on the dog friendly menu supporting several local businesses including Colorado Dog Barkery, Smart Cookie, Mountain Plains, Winnie Lou and Rocky Mountain Antlers.
The Bone Apétreat food truck can be found parked outside in the Cherry Creek, Littleton and Highlands Ranch areas, as well as other areas of the city of Denver. For their weekly schedule, get the inside scoop at https://boneapetreat.net/.