Ben & Jerry’s introduce Doggie Desserts

Ben & Jerry's enters the pet food market

What is better than sitting down with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s when reality gets to be a bit too much?

Now your pup doesn’t have to look longingly at your Phish Food or Cherry Garcia.

Ben & Jerry’s has gone to the dogs literally with its new frozen treat made just for Fido.

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The ice cream company is launching Doggie Desserts, The Associated Press reported.

The frozen treat comes in 4-ounce cups and comes in two flavors: pumpkin and cookies and peanut butter with pretzels, the AP reported.

Both varieties are made with sunflower butter and use the same ingredients as the company’s non-dairy desserts for its human customers.

Ben & Jerry’s is owned by Unilever, which said sales were up more than 10% late last year, the AP reported.

The frozen treats will be available at grocery and pets stores this month.