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This Dog Owner’s Hilarious Restaurant Order for Their Pet Will Make Your Day

Best Life logo Best Life 5/28/2019 Diana Bruk
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Today’s dog owners are increasingly treating their pets like fur babies, feeding them human food (when they’re old enough), dressing them up in outfits, and taking them along everywhere they go. But that can present a problem when enjoying a fine dining experience, as one New York City dog owner recently demonstrated.

On Monday, The Cut writerAnna Silman tweeted a photo that her friend, a chef at an “extremely fancy NYC restaurant,” sent to her. It was an image of an order ticket he received and it is very specific.

It reads: “1 BEEF BURGER—MED RARE, NO CHEESE … THIS IS FOR A DOG. NO SALT, NO OIL, NO SEASONING, NO PEPPER. ABSOLUTELY PLAIN, NO TOPPINGS, NO GARNISHES. NO BACON, NO PICKLES, NO ONION, NO BREAD, NO LETTUCE. NO SIDE SALAD. JUST THE PLAIN PATTIE—THIS IS FOR A DOG.”

Please note that the words “This is for a dog” show up not once but twice on the order.

Given that certain foods that are acceptable for humans are poisonous for pups—such as garlic, onions, salt, pepper, and dairy—it’s not the craziest list. It might seem a bit extreme to order a hunk of medium rare beef for an animal, but in fact, it’s what’s best for the dog.

The tweet has received almost 10,000 retweets in just one day, and pet owners are surprisingly relating to it.

Some of us are even regulars at certain restaurants and fast food joints that know we want a certain item significantly altered for our pup.

Even cat lovers can understand.

And it increasingly makes sense that dog-friendly establishments are crafting menus explicitly for dogs who are living the good life.

So the short of it is:

And for more great dog stories, find out why This Man’s Tweet About His Dog Being Bribed by a Bear Is Going Viral.

Related: 25-Year-Old Rescue Dog Could Be The Oldest Pooch In The World [Provided by Inside Edition]

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