Dog pictures: Chicago pups line up for drive-thru pet food pantry near Cook County Jail – Chicago Sun-Times

Canines were in for a drive-thru treat Saturday morning near the Cook County Jail.

Jose Rodriguez drove 40 minutes and waited another 40 to claim dog food from the drive-thru pet pantry sponsored by the Cook County sheriff’s office, which distributed treats, toys and accessories to people who could use the help as the coronavirus pandemic wears on.

Rodriguez was among about 200 drivers who pulled up to West 28th Street and South California Boulevard, where his beloved Gucci Rosé nearly leapt out the window when a volunteer walked up with a treat.

Linda Wyka, president of Fetching Tails Foundation, gives Gucci Rosé a treat during the Cook County Sheriff’s Office’s drive-up pet food pantry.