Canadian woman uses dogsled to get her Tim Hortons fix

Dogsledding to Tim Hortons in Sussex New Brunswick
Dogsledding to Tim Hortons in Sussex New Brunswick (Screen capture)

If there’s one thing we know about our Canadian neighbors to the north, it’s the fact that they love their coffee – to be more precise – they love Tim Hortons . North of the border, it’s a cultural thing we don’t pretend to understand, but simply just accept.


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If you need proof, just take a look at what New Brunswick resident Allyson Mitton did to get her Tim Hortons fix during a recent snowstorm. She literally let the dogs out!

According to Global News, Mitton decided to charge through the snow-covered town of Sussex, New Brunswick in a sled pulled by her dogs Braya and Shift with the mission of getting their Tim Hortons fix. Even the dogs are hooked on Tim Hortons treats in Canada.

Mitton told Global News that the driving was nasty and “there was hardly any traffic on the roads, so they we went for it.”

After all, it was a stormy and blustery day, and she needed a fix.

It was a truly Canadian sight, according to Tracy Wills, a worker at the Tim Hortons drive-thru where Mitton and her dogs found their fix of Tim Hortons treats.

It was the first Tim Hortons trip for Mitton’s two border collies.

The Chew Boom crew is convinced it won’t be their last.

Dog Sledding to Tim's Drive-Thru

Only in Canada?
This woman decided to hitch a double-double ride to get her double-double treat on a blustery snow day in New Brunswick.
Have you ever seen anything like it?

Posted by Global New Brunswick on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Here’s Allyson Mitton with her faithful friends Braya and Shift.