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Starbucks’ Year of the Dog Merchandise is Too Damn Cute

We’ve got our eyes on that mug.
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2018 is a good year for canine lovers—after all, it’s the year of the Earth Dog. With the Lunar New Year falling on February 16, brands are sure to come up with all kinds of adorable merchandise. And Starbucks is ahead of the pack with their Year of the Dog-themed tumblers, mugs, and card, which will be available in all branches on January 9, 2018.

Here’s a peek at what you can look forward to:


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Lunar New Year card, P300


Dog White Mug, P795


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Zodiac Dog Mug, P795


Dog Water Bottle, P645


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Playful Dog Tumbler, P745


Dog Face Tumbler, P1,395


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Bearista Bear Dog, P895

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