Also, when you decide to buy a pack, you're also doing a good deed. $1 from every case of six four-packs will go up to Best Friends Animal Society.
As a pet parent, I've always felt like my puppers miss out on a lot in life, aka alcohol. That problem is about to come to an end now because it seems like there's now beer for dogs! A company called Busch has launched a beer for dogs. According to Forbes, the concoction is known as Dog Brew, and it is an all-natural “beer” brewed from bone broth. Yes, there's no alcohol in it, because we all know it's bad for our furry friends. The "beer" doesn't even have hops; it's made out of an array of flavors that are guaranteed to explode in your dog's mouth, such as bone-in pork butt, corn, celery, basil, mint, turmeric, ginger, and water.
Introducing The Nectar Of The DOGS!#BuschDogBrew is bone broth full of dog-friendly flavors and nutrients. Go to the link in our bio to grab a pack for your favorite drinking buddy 🐶! pic.twitter.com/tWA20ys8at— Busch Beer (@BuschBeer) August 26, 2020
According to the official website: Busch Dog Brew is an all-natural product and contains only fresh ingredients. Made with vegetables, herbs, spices, water, and pork broth to provide your best buddy with a nutritious and tasty snack that helps to promote a healthy digestive system. Bone broth is also a great way for dogs who struggle to eat solid food to get all of their extra nutrients. Your best friend is going to love it. We’re pawsitive. If you're anything like me, you're probably curious as to how this tastes, but is it safe for human consumption? Seem like a few others also had this doubt and Busch has kindly addressed it.
Wow, that escalated quickly. Y’all bought our entire first batch of #BuschDogBrew! We’re working on getting it restocked as we speak.— Busch Beer (@BuschBeer) August 29, 2020
Until then, join our waitlist so you can be first to grab a pack as soon as it’s back! https://t.co/OUDLZBcUWr pic.twitter.com/oe51XJcBcM
Suuure, if that’s what you’re into, they say! We here at Busch do not judge. BUT this bone broth is made for a dog’s refined palate. You may find it pretty bland & yes, we’ve tried it a few times. Part of the job. The brew comes in a can and it can be used as it is to give your dog a treat or to soften their food; the choice is yours. The company also warns that this is in no way to be considered a meal replacement. They also added that alcohol in any form is toxic for dogs, so please keep that in mind. The company launched the beer especially for dogs coincidentally on National Dog's Day!
"After a long day there's nothing quite like having a Busch with a friend, and with so many new pet owners across America this year, we wanted to create a brew to give our fans a chance to share a Busch brew with their 'best friend,'" Daniel Blake, Anheuser-Busch's VP of value brands, said in a statement. Currently, you will not be able to walk into a store and buy a cold one for your buddy as Busch Dog Brew will be sold strictly online, at $9.99 for a pack of four. Also, when you decided to buy a pack, you're also doing a good deed. $1 from every case of six four-packs will go up to Best Friends Animal Society.
Now that the beer's sorted, why not add a collar that will turn your dog's barks into cuss words into the mix? You can get your dog a "cuss collar" and it's pretty straightforward. It is a collar that spews out words that would make your mom wash your mouth with soap every time your dog barks. The collar comes with a speaker attached to it, so every time your dog barks, you'll hear a cuss word instead. This one's bound to give even the sweetest pupper a potty mouth! Priced at $60, these "cuss collars" are manufactured by MSCHF, and come with an apt tagline, "Go Bark Yourself." The collar, made with 100% patented leather, has a rectangular speaker attached to the belt with steel buckles. The perfect gift, isn't it?