An eight-slice large sells for about $11.99, and comes with a side of French's mustard for dipping.
The FOX 2 newsroom gave it a chance - did we say "hot dog!" or "hot mess?"
In the end, results were mixed - although to be fair, our Southfield Pizza Hut location forgot to include the mustard for our dipping pleasure.
Staffers tried the pretzel crust with short hot dog wedges embedded inside - sort of a pig in an Italian blanket, a short distance from the pizza sauce.
Each slice contains about three or four mini-dog "knuckles."
The dogs were the highlight and went well with the salty crust. Besides being oddly weighted, the real fun was eating it backward, crust-first.
Among the brave newsroom culinary critics - not everyone loved it - but nobody hated it, either.
A news producer who wasn't as impressed by the pizza side, indulged instead in the slice's hot dog "business end" of things.
"The pizza was a '6' but the crust made it a '10,'" said producer Ken Beck, adding the lack of mustard was disappointing.
Another was unimpressed.
"Not all great things should be combined," Rebecca Abramson said. "But if it was a kosher dog I might rescind that."