Thanks to social media, the restaurant is struggling to keep up with demand as they can only make a 100 per day.
These puppy ice creams are on the menu at this restaurant in Taiwan and every day happy customers take pictures and tuck into the them, but feeling sorry and happy at the same time
The Shar-Pei puppies look almost too real to eat but are made from chocolate, milk tea or peanut-flavored ice cream.
The production method (of the puppy ice-cream) is quite different from the ice-cream we made before. We tweaked the recipe so that we could achieve the effect of the hair-like frost on top of the puppy, said Cathy Chung, restaurant owner and ice-cream maker.