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Beer For Dogs is a Real Thing!

People say that dogs are a man’s best friend, but did you know that they can be your best drinking buddy? Yes, that is right. Thanks to Woof and Brew, your four-legged friend can kick back and enjoy a brew.

On their website, the company first started off creating herbal tea for dogs. The co-founders Steve Bennett and Lisa Morton, came up with the idea while working at one of the “UK’s oldest tea merchants”. They thought that they should unite the British population with their dogs by creating tea that is dog-friendly.

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Their aim is to help make “dogs both happy and healthy.” Each pack of tea is designed to support a “dog’s diet, as well as a treat” and is filled with ingredients that will give your furry friend a boost of nutrition.

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They recently expanded from tea to beer! Their “Bottom Sniffer” beer has no hops, carbonation, or alcohol, but is sure to mimic that beer-like experience. Bottom Sniffer beer contains natural chicken flavoring, dandelion flax, and barley malt.  Online, the company states that the reason why they gave the beer this name is because it will make “both ends of your dog smell great.”

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Each concoction comes in a beer bottle which will certainly turn your house guests’ heads when you pour the drink in their bowl! Woof and Brew sells a six-pack online for $23.

The company also creates biscuits called “NOM dogs”. Each treat is also infused with tea and a “post-bake meat content.” These all-natural, oven baked creations are super healthy for your pal! Currently, the treats come in three different recipes: for skin and coats, for fresh breath, and for the poshest of pooches. Each recipe is sure to assist in certain aspects of your pet’s health.

 

Sarah Harley is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp