If you had times when you wished your dog could join you on the couch with a beer for the game, Bowser Beer has just the thing for you. It's beer for dogs and, most importantly, it's good for their health.
Selling beer for dogs might not seem like such a smart idea, but that's before you find out from the official page of the product that it's actually a liquid treat.
Bowser beer comes in chicken and beef flavors, has no alcohol and no fizz. In other words, it's an all-natural treat in liquid form.
More picky readers could point out that calling it a “beer” then is a bit far-fetched, but you have to admit that “beer for dogs” does have a better ring to it than “liquid treat for dogs that could be branded beer for dogs.”
As the video below will show, Bowser Beer is touted as “better than water,” the perfect treat for a good dog at the end of a hard day of chasing its tail and the neighbor's cat.
The dogs' owners are just as thrilled with the idea of serving this “beer” to their pooches, as the pooches are of lapping it up.
From the official page, we find that Bowser Beer contains USDA beef or chicken, malt barley (full of B-vitamins) like regular beer and glucosamine for joint health.
At the same time, the makers underline that it doesn't contain “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.”
With such recommendation who or what dog could resist it. The makers even include serving suggestions.
“Straight out of the bottle, pour it over dry kibble, flavor the water bowl or pour over crushed ice for a cold, crunchy treat,” they say on the same page.