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Old 06-10-2008, 12:13 PM   #1
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I just found this article Link

This pet shop owner had a local brewery make a beer for her dogs!

Dog days of summer meets bow-wow brewing.

Considering what a dog is willing to lick, the options for taste variety are wide open!!

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The first time someone posted this, my first thought was "wow, that's pretty f*cking stupid".

I retain that position

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In our house, if you like eating goose grap, you drink water. Sorry, but those are the rules.

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My dog just gets cheap BMC. Unless she's been real good!

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In our house, if you like eating goose grap, you drink water. Sorry, but those are the rules.
In my house we're a little more strict, it's goose, rabbit, deer and duck crap snacks that'll keep you from enjoying a cold one. So far I've been good about following the rules, but my dogs haven't...
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my dog loves a saucer of beer on occasion.

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That's the dumbest thing I've seen in a while. I'll never understand the whole dog-pampering thing.

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FYI, folks: alcohol is very bad for dogs. Their livers aren't equipped to process it like ours are. So please, please, don't go feeding your dog more than a sip of beer! My pup likes to take a few laps from my glass here and there---probably just likes the sugar---but it's never more than an ounce or so. [/PSA]

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FYI, folks: alcohol is very bad for dogs. Their livers aren't equipped to process it like ours are. So please, please, don't go feeding your dog more than a sip of beer! My pup likes to take a few laps from my glass here and there---probably just likes the sugar---but it's never more than an ounce or so. [/PSA]
Mine will ONLY drink it if I dab a little on my finger tip. I think it has to do with the smell, being to intense to drink from a bowel or glass. I have no problem giving them a taste of what I've made from time to time, be I'm usually to greedy to share anyway
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Dog livers can process alcohol. The standard treatment for chocolate poisoning is IV alcohol. The liver processes the alcohol rather than the theobromine and the kidneys clear out the theobromine. I had a Shepard-mix that ate two pounds of chocolate chips my GF left out.

Chronic alcohol use causes all of the problems it does in people.

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