Is Cane the dog still alive? Raising Cane II, the official mascot of the popular fast food restaurant, has died at 17 years old. The yellow Labrador retriever was also a certified pet therapy dog, according to post on the company’s official Facebook page.
What is the Cane’s dog name? Raising Cane II
Beloved mascot and certified pet therapy dog who regularly visited hospital patients, Cane II would provide therapeutic care at hospitals around the country. She was a fixture at our Restaurant Support Office and community events for years.
Why is the dog called Raising Cane? He named the restaurant after his dog. “The name of the restaurant was going to be ‘Sockeye’s Chicken Fingers’ after the Sockeye salmon I fished for in Alaska to raise money to start the restaurant,” states the Raising Cane’s website. “Luckily, a friend convinced me to name the first restaurant after my dog.”
Is cane still alive Raising Canes? BATON ROUGE – The Raising Cane’s mascot, Cane II, has died at the age of 17. The company announced this morning on their Facebook page the news of the beloved dog’s passing.