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You can now get a Pumpkin Spice Latte—for your pet


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Whether or not you’re ready to admit it, the #99DaysofSummer are wrapping up in a few weeks, and fall is just a calendar flip away. Though the pending temperature drop may not be a welcome thought just yet, fall is most definitely the dreamiest, Instagrammiest, coziest season. Autumn means apple orchards, cozy flannel, crunchy red and orange leaves, and long walks with your dog’s leash in one hand and a pumpkin spice latte in the other.

The only thing that could make that scene even more fun and Insta-ready: How about a PSL for your pup?

PSLs pack a solid nutritional punch for pets, particularly from the high-fiber pumpkin, which is known to be good for your dog’s digestive tract.

No, seriously. Next month, The Honest Kitchen will debut its new line of dog- and cat-friendly pumpkin spice lattes. The lickable instant “lattes” are made with goat’s milk, pumpkin, honey, and aromatic spices. (And no, you don’t have to serve them steamy.)

Your non-dog-loving friends may give you the side eye, but this fall treat (which retails for $11.99 for a 5-ounce can that makes 10 “lattes”) is actually healthy. PSLs pack a solid nutritional punch for pets, particularly from the high-fiber pumpkin, which is known to be good for your dog’s digestive tract and can even be used to treat diarrhea.

Now where to get a labrador-sized flannel shirt…

Consider the possibility of matching beverages just another reason you should definitely get a dog. And, you know, for workout purposes.

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