Hilton Introduces Pets Dogs Menu, which helped owners during Govit-19

Hilton Introduces Pets Dogs Menu, which helped owners during Govit-19
Hilton launched a special menu for dogs
Photo: Nick Morish / Hilton

Many are isolated during AIDS epidemics Govit-19 They thank their pets for keeping them healthy in prison. For this reason, Hilton wants to reward furry friends with the best food.

As of May 17, Hilton will be offering 32 new dog menus at pet-friendly hotels in the UK and Ireland. Bone Appétit, Said in a press release.

The menu has four options:

  • Kachorokhnon Steak: Soft-cooked beef brisket mashed potatoes, carrots, green beans, sweet corn, broad beans and gluten-free sauce
  • Mud Roast: Gluten-free tomato pasta, topped with ripe cedar cheese and baked in the oven
  • Earl Greyhound: A blend of lavender, rose petals, lemon and orange blossoms
  • Wall Vegeta: Elderberry, nettle, ginseng, non-alcoholic beverage mixed with lemon and black carrot

Hilton said the menu was developed and approved with veterinary nutritionists Dog friendly, Which helps dog owners in the UK find pet-friendly hotels and restaurants.

The hotel chain promoted a new menu to help pets during epidemics, citing a survey of the hotel, which found that 82% of British pet owners find their dogs to be very valuable and supportive. Last year for family and close friends.

Julie Baker, vice president of the UK and Ireland, called the new menu “a way for pet owners to offer their furry family members a special reward after infection.”

Baker said he plans to treat his 7-year-old frontier terrier, Mudley, with “mud roast” soon.

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