What kind of tea Can dogs drink?
There are several teas that are perfectly safe for dogs to drink, including peppermint tea and chamomile. These herbal teas contain antioxidants, and act as gentle astringents that may treat inflammation, reduce skin irritations, and relax muscles.
What Can dogs drink besides water?
There is a growing range of dog-friendly alternatives to popular drinks on the market, including alcohol-free dog beer, wine and prosecco. There are even products like health tonics and herbal tea for dogs that contain no caffeine.
Can dogs drink tea with sugar?
And no matter how natural the sugar is – if dogs consume too much of it, it can do more harm than good. Keep in mind that dogs already consume a decent amount of natural sugar through their food – so we don’t encourage tea with sugar.
Can dogs drink decaffeinated tea?
Caffeine can be deadly to dogs, but decaffeinated teas in small doses are okay. The basic takeaway from this article is that a small cup of decaffeinated Green or Black Tea is safe to drink, and can help dogs with several health ailments. Our Herbal Teas are caffeine free and some can be beneficial for dogs.