Cici is not a big fan of peanut butter. So it should not have surprised me that she spit out the peanut butter packed pretzel treats, I ate them :-) she drank the Bowser Beer with her kibble and seemed to enjoy it. She looked at me at first like what the heck is this? There is a chicken and duck one and a beefy hearty blend of this no hops beer for dogs. When I first heard about beer for dogs, I thought, what root beer for dogs. But the company seems to be responsible and the beer is different, fun and refreshing. Or so Cici told me.
She’s not a big fan of water so to have another liquid for her kibble is a plus. And since it is flavored with meat, hey, it’s a winning combo.
Am not a big beer drinker myself, or a drinker period. The most I ever drank was in Germany, you have to drink beer there at the English Gardens in Munich. Mandatory with those big gigantic pretzels and/or weiner snitzel. Never ate weiner snitzel but did eat those pretzels. And a lot of cheese, too. The Germans seem to eat twelve times a day and are very much into health and nutrition. But I digress.
What’s in the beer:
USDA beef or chicken.
Malt barley (full of B-vitamins) – just like in your beer.
Glucosamine for joint health.
What’s NOT in Bowser Beer:
Alcohol or carbonation.
Hops, which can be toxic to dogs.
Commercial broth, which contains loads of salt, fat, MSG, onions and meat of unknown origin.
Straight out of the bottle
Pour it over dry kibble
Flavor the water bowl
Pour over crushed ice for a cold, crunchy treat
Am thinking that whenever Cici and I have a pawty or event for dogs, we will definitely serve up some bowser beer for the pooches. Just don’t let the mutts drive home.