The bargain retailer shared an image on Instagram of its new Scooby Snacks. Some shoppers praised the product and commented how much their furry friends enjoyed the tasty treat. Whereas others were less impressed.
The dog chocolate is available in three flavours – Milk, White and Peanut Butter.
The caption read: “Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you?
“We’ve got an EXCLUSIVE range of #ScoobyDoo Pet treats in store now – perfect for your favourite furry friend!
“Doggy Chocolate only 69p.
“Any 2 for £1.”
The image so far has received 1,119 likes and dozens of comments.
Many excited customers tagged their family and friends in the post.
One Instagrammer wrote: “My dogs love these.”
Another responded: “Wish we had these in the US.”
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It’s a well-known fact that chocolate is poisonous to dogs.
But B&M’s Scooby Snacks are cacao-free and dog safe – so there’s no reason why your four-legged friends can’t try the new treat.
According to the bargain retailer’s Instagram post Scooby Doo dog chocolate costs 69p a bar but online its listed at 79p.
B&M also sells Scooby Snacks Choc Drops in Milk and Peanut Butter costing £1.50 and for those wanting to spoil their pets this Easter a Scooby Snacks Doggy Easter is available for £2.00.
B&M stores remain open during lockdown as an essential store.
Shoppers are allowed to visit their local B&M store in order to make essential purchases. During these visits non-essential purchases can also be made.
You can find your nearest store here.