Miss Drew's Pug Ale - Chicken - Pick up at Cafe


Due to being glass we are no longer shipping this product. If you wish to 6 or more and require postage please contact us first for postage cost as they need to be sent via a box not express mail.

Miss Drew's Pug Ale is packed full of nature's goodness for your fur-buddy. Slow cooked chicken bones into a broth with veggies & spices that are designed to aid your pooches heath & wellbeing.

🐾 Ingredients
Australian Grass Fed Chicken Frames, Apple Cider Vinegar, Water, Carrots, Celery, Ginger, Turmeric, Himalayan Pink Salt & Black Pepper.

Great for
🐾 Allergies
🐾 Arthritis
🐾 Coat Conditioning
🐾 Upset Tummies
🐾 General Wellbeing

🐾 Apple Cider Vinegar - Digestion, helps with arthritis.

🐾 Carrots - low in calories, high in fiber and vitamins.

🐾 Celery - Low in fat and cholesterol. Excellent source of fiber; vitamins A, C, and K; folate, potassium and manganese.

🐾 Ginger - Ginger root is actually an anti-inflammatory, and it also has antibacterial properties. It helps aid in absorption of food, and boosts the digestive system. It is also a great way to treat motion sickness, because it helps to sooth nausea.

🐾 Turmeric - Boosts cardiovascular health and helps to treat memory disorders. It is also great for overweight dogs, because it boosts the metabolism and helps to speed up weight loss. It can also offer protection against certain ailments like arthritis

🐾 Himalayan Pink Salt - Not all salts are created equal!
We all know table salt is bad for our dogs it's not good for us humans either but when it comes to Himalayan salt there's so many health benefits for dogs. Pink Salt can aid with electrolyte balance, Increases hydration, regulates water content both inside and outside of cells, prevents muscle cramping, aids in proper metabolic functions Strengthens bones, lowers blood pressure, helps the intestines absorb nutrients, Improves circulation and dissolves and eliminates sediment to remove toxins.

330ml Glass Bottle

PLEASE NOTE: If your dog has ongoing health issues please speak to your vet first especially if they are on any medication like blood thining, instential meds or cancer treatments.

by Miss Drew