Ice Tea Month – Doggy’s Cuppa Monthly Celebration

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In an increasingly hectic,  world where quick, convenient meal solutions still dominate the pet food shelves; it’s all too easy to make poor meal choices that can have serious, long-term ramifications for your pet’s short-term health and long term well-being.

Doggy’s Cuppa is part of PAWFECT Foods portfolio of Natural solutions for your best friend’s well-being.  An eclectic collection of easy-to-use tonics that provide a ‘helping paw’ for your pet and peace of mind for any dog owner looking to provide a beneficial boost to their pet’s daily eating regime.

Formulated by Dr Veneta Kozhuharova (DVM, MRCVS, Cert, CFVHNut) -a practising veterinary surgeon (since 2008), a Member of The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, also specializing in canine nutrition (independent consultations & diet formulations).

Doggy’s Cuppa was an eminently sensible next step for a vet who constantly found herself diagnosing and addressing frequently recurring sequence of debilitating doggy ailments: Digestive and urinary health, old age, stress & angst, dehydration, immune support, energy boosts and obesity.

The Doggy’s Cuppa range has 9 varieties of specially formulated herbal blends for any age, breed and lifestyle, aiding different health concerns, promoting good health for your best friend!

June is the month that signifies the beginning of summer and of course International Ice Tea Month! June is Doggy’s Cuppa biggest celebration of the year and we are pleased it’s not just a day, but a full 30 days of tea festivities!

Here are a few suggestions on how to use our range in the hot days of summer to cool down your best friend.

Brew your chosen Doggy’s Cuppa tea adding 1 teaspoon in 250ml boiling water. Let it brew for 4-5 minutes. Add 750ml cool water. Your 1 litre can be preserved in the fridge and given over the next couple of days. It can also be added to soften dry food if that is your feeding choice.

1. Ice Tea

Serve it in your best friend’s water bowl and add a couple of ice cubes. You can also use it as a water replacement when on walks, where ice will keep it cool for longer. This way when the dog is thirsty this will not only quench their thirst but also help them ingest all the valuable nutrients present in the brew.

2. Ice Tea Cubes

Many dogs love ice cubes on a hot day and/or after long walks or excessive play. They can be given as treats or put in the water bowl. That’s a brilliant way to feed Doggy’s Cuppa to your best friend! For ice tea cubes that you decide to put in their water, you should use the more concentrated brew, before diluting it with the additional 750ml of water. Some behaviourists even recommend ice cubes as it is recreational and mentally stimulating for your dog.

3. Pupsicles

If you are a fan of bone broth like we are, this is a great way of boosting your doggy’s immune system as well as tackle any health concerns with the help of your chosen Doggy’s Cuppa brew! Just mix bone broth with Doggy’s Cuppa brew (concentrate), pour in ice lolly moulds and freeze. Feed to your best friend as a treat on a hot day.

Cheers to the summer!!!


Amazing product..
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..
Would highly recommend this product

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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