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Fireworks Ready - Sounds Scary

Fireworks Ready - Sounds Scary
Fireworks season starts from late October (Halloween week) and continues until the New Year. Many dogs find fireworks scary. It's estimated that 45% of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks. (source RSPCA) For many owners this turns into a…

PetQuip Awards Finalist for Healthy Innovation

We a very proud to announce that Doggy's Cuppa is one of the finalist for the PetQuip Award for a healthy innovation for 2018. The PetQuip Awards are firmly established as a mark of excellence for companies wishing to highlight their products and services to…

Behind The Biz

Behind The Biz
Welcome to Behind the Biz Today Daisy from The Pretty Green Tea is chatting with Dr Veneta Kozhuharova, the founder of Doggy’s Cuppa – daily dog brews to tackle common minor dog ailments. All blends are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Where Did The…

The National Tea Day For Dogs

The National Tea Day For Dogs
NATIONAL TEA DAY (21st-22nd April) IS ALMOST UPON US BUT WHAT ABOUT OUR DOGS? Bone china will certainly be clinking in eager anticipation whilst kettles will be whistling with joy at the thought of National Tea Day (21st &22nd April) which is almost upon us.…

Spotting Alabama Rot

Spotting Alabama Rot
Spotting Alabama Rot Alabama Rot is a very unpleasant and often fatal disease whose origins and causes remain largely unknown. History Alabama Rot was first spotted in Alabama, USA in the 1980s. It only affected greyhounds at that point, which led many researchers to believe…

How to support obese dogs

How to support obese dogs
Obesity is an excessive accumulation of body fat that has negative effect on health and longevity. When dogs consume calories exceeding their daily energy expenditure then a positive energy balance occurs. When this is sustained the excess energy is stored in adipose tissue and overweight…

How to enhance longevity of your dog

How to enhance longevity of your dog
As dogs age various changes occur in their bodies. When they get old their metabolism gradually slows down, they loose appetite and production of digestive enzymes is compromised. With ageing response of the immune system to infection is slower and production of free radicals increase.…

How to calm anxious dogs

Number of dogs in the UK suffering from stress and anxiety nowadays is increasing due to separation, adoption, rehoming or other factors. Stress is a normal physiological reaction to any kind of demand and it is necessary for animals survival as it prepare them for…

Testimonials

Suzanne Crow

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

Edward Cox

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

Ana

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! ???

Follow Buzz here for a daily dose of cuteness.

Ana

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