You Can Now Treat Your Pets This Christmas With Cut-Price Pawsecco

By now, this morning's Black Friday anticipated sales scramble has died down, with much less chaos than anticipated. In any case, the best - and most ridiculous - bargain is still readily available. And you can get it from the comfort of your laptop.

We're talking, of course, about Pawsecco, the 'wine' made for cats and dogs. If you watched Wednesday night's episode of The Apprentice, you'll have seen the puntastic, pets-targetted tipple, which is non-alcoholic and made by Woof And Brew, featured on the programme.

Now, you can buy the bizarre concoctions for the reduced price of just £1.99 ($2.65) at branches of B&M as well as on their website. That's a massive reduction from its RRP of £2.99 ($3.98) and is bound to make man's best friend become man's BFF.

Credit: Woof And Brew

Of course, despite the name, Pawsecco isn't going to get your favourite feline or canine drunk - it's actually designed just to give them something to drink other than water.

The Pawsecco rosé, for example, is an infusion of elderflower, nettle, ginseng, limeflower, carrot, water and citric acid. Which actually sounds delicious. And very refreshing. A white wine 'flavour' is also available.

And while the drink is designed to be served over your pet's food rather than in a champagne flute, it can be served on its own, too.

However, according to the feeding guide on the Pets At Home website (who also sell the stuff, but for £2.99), it says that if you do serve it on its own, you should also ensure that fresh drinking water is available.

The maximum serving is one bottle per day, although they advise less for smaller breeds.


Credit: Woof And Brew

If the thought of Pawsecco doesn't make your hound bark for joy, then they can also enjoy the delightfully titled Bottom Sniffer Beer for Dogs.

Also made by Woof And Brew, it's another non-alcoholic beverage, this time made from non-fermented beer wort from concentrate, bladderwrack extract and natural chicken flavouring, among other ingredients such as dandelion, flax and nettle.

That should definitely set their tails wagging...

Words: Mischa Pearlman

Featured Image Credit: Woof And Brew

Chris Ogden

Chris Ogden is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from the University of East Anglia with degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing before completing his NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism. Chris has previously written for the independent culture magazine The Skinny, among other publications.

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