- Celebrity Pets
Our dogs need another place to be seen and sniffed, and Starbucks' patios just don't offer enough excitement. No, dogs want to go drinking with their owners, to bars where there's a lot more action than Starbucks! Does this photo convince you?
Let's see what we can serve them....
The newest dog beer on the market from a Bend, Oregon microbrewery is Dawg Grog, a nutritional dog beer made from Boneyard Brewery malted barley water, liquid glucosamine, and organic vegetable broth. Sold in 6-packs at DawgDrog.com.
Bowser Beer is now a classic, having begun brewing in 2007. It makes two dog brews now; Beefy Brown Ale and Cock-a-Doodle Brew, non-alcoholic and non-carbonated brews based with homemade beef and homemade chicken broth, respectively. Other ingredients include malt extract, glucosamine HCL, citric acid, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate. This beer may be consumed straight or served over your dog's food. You can order Bowser Beer from Amazon.com.
Cleverly packaged as Wet Snout Stout (beef), Doggy Lager (chicken), and Amber Bark (pork), these yummy dog beers are not made with malt, but with all natural broth and added vitamins and minerals (A, B, B12, Niacin, Calcium, and more) to supplement your dog's diet. Doggie Brews are available at Bella Poochie.
The original wine for canines and felines, Bark Vineyards is served as a food topping, or gravy, for your favorite pets. The wines are made with "human grade ingredients, no animal by-products, artificial colors or flavors, chemical preservatives, refined sugars or artificial sweeteners." Bark wines come in four yummy dog and cat flavors: Barkundy (beef), Pinot Leasheo (chicken), White Sniff-n-Tail (salmon), and Sauvignon Bark (chicken). It is available from Bark Vineyards as well as other fine retailers.
A new dog winery emerging from the California hills is Yappy Hour Vineyards which carries its own varietals - Char-dog-nay, Bark-deax, Grrrr-lot, and Pinot-Tail-io - all used as food toppings for your pooch. Yappy Hour Vineyards also carries several wine-related products and dog gift baskets.
One of the most clever, elegant designs for the canine wine enthusiast is designer Alice Wang's Dog Wine Glass. Packaged as a pair with her human wine glass, the set is available in Wang's Pet Plus line, which also includes that marvelous tuxedo dog dickey shown on Bobby in the above image, at AliceWang.com.
VIP Products makes hundreds of dog toys and they're really fun. But the company's 12-ounce size wine and beer bottle toys are fun-ny. They have great labels like Grobbert Slobbery, Kennel-Relax'n, Heinie Sniff'n, and Mountain Grool. These are thin rubber toys and if your dog enjoys ripping thin rubber squeaky toys, they aren't for her. Otherwise, they're great. Find the collection at Amazon.com.
That's the buzz for today!