Today for our food truck segment, we're not showcasing a treat for us humans. Born from the idea that spoiling your pup shouldn't come at the expense of proper nutrition, Finley's Barkery is now bringing the healthy snacks to the streets, Kylie Bearse reports. WCCO This Morning – Aug. 23, 2017

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