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Christmas is great time of the year and should be enjoyed from all family members, including four-legged. Keep your doggy safe this festive season and avoid feeding them the following:





Macadamia nuts






Xylitol (artificial sweetener found in some candies and biscuits)

Grapes and raisins (don’t forget that most fruit cakes, puddings and mince pies contain raisins)

Salty meats, hams and bacons and fatty trimmings




Cooked bones

Many dogs receive Christmas presents but do not gift your dog a Rawhide chews as it may be toxic.  These are not a by-product of the beef industry nor they are made of dehydrated meat. Rather, rawhide is a by-product of the leather industry. Leather chunks go through many chemical and bleaching processes before to become a dog chew. There are risks of choking and blockage of the gastrointestinal tract if your dog swallows large pieces.

If you are looking for a Christmas gift for your dog, look no further and choose a healthy doggy brew from our selection.

Another common Christmas items that could be dangerous for your dog if ingested are:

Christmas tree pieces

Gift wrapping and packaging



 Sticky tape


Photo credits used in this article are from Buzz the pompom and Coco from The Most Lovely Dogs. Please follow them on Instagram.




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I was skeptical at first but after a few weeks on the calming tea a huge improvement has been noticed. Many other people have said how much calmer and less reactive my youngster is. She is slot more focused when training now too..
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Suzanne Crow

Our dog, Waffle, has taken a liking to human tea and we were in the process of finding a healthy and dog friendly alternative she could enjoy when we came across Doggy’s Cuppa.
We introduced the teas to Waffle and she enjoys them very much. She has tried the Morning, Evening, and Calming brews – the Evening brew being her favourite!
Just a teaspoon of the dried herbs is all that’s need for brewing a litre of lovely herbal tea for Waffle to enjoy. Doggy’s Cuppa teas have definitely helped her to relax more throughout the day and night.
We are yet to try sprinkling on dry food as she loves the teas so much!
Thanks again, Doggy’s Cuppa.
Edward Cox and Waffles

Edward Cox

Buzz loves the Evening Brew. It really settles him before bedtime and it’s so quick to make. Buzz isn’t a massive water drinker so the tea also increases his water intake each day. If he’s had a lot of agility training (leading to a big treat intake) he has a soothing brew to help his digestion. Such a great product for any dog and breaks up their diet with something different- we highly recommend trying Doggy’s Cuppa teas! ???

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At first I thought that Coco wouldn’t like the tea cause as I’ve said before, he is really picky when it comes to food but I was wrong! From the first time he absolutely loved it and to my surprise Coco’s behaviour has changed, well yes he still has that amazing personality, but he stopped crying when I left him back home and not only that, but he also started eating more! He used to eat once every day, obviously not enough, his food bowl was always full and although I had changed a ton of different brands, he still had that weird behaviour, so now I just mix some of his daily tea in his food and he eats it all! Amazing I know! So obviously I’d give a 10/10.

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