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Love Me Doggie Tea is a holistic tea for dogs that improves and maintains your dog’s general health and wellness from the inside out.
The certified organic ingredients in Love Me tea work together to promote health and longevity and:
Assist brain, liver, kidney, gallbladder, cardiovascular function and blood circulation
Build resistance and reduce susceptibility to illness
Provide rich vitamins, minerals and antioxidants
Improve digestion and reduces gas
Assist with anxiety
Alleviates discomfort from itchiness and skin hotspots
Love Me tea ingredients:
Certified organic ginkgo, dandelion, dill, Siberian ginseng, rooibos.
This tea is:
Certified Organic herbal tea
30g of loose leaf tea
Blended and packaged in Australia
How long will the tea last?
We recommend drinking Doggie Tea within 6 months of purchase to ensure your pup gets the most benefit from the herbal goodness. It can be drunk up to 12 months after purchase though.
Each bag contains 30 grams of loose leaf tea, which will make approximately 25 cups. Each blend has a different density which effects how much you will make.
Will my dog like Doggie Tea?
Some pups like it room temperature, some like it chilled, in ice cubes or with a little honey. We have only had around 2% feedback of dogs that just didn’t like the tea at all. Not all humans like caviar, so we can’t 100% guarantee your dog will love it, but it’s likely that if they don’t like it they will just prefer it served a different way!
Doggie Tea is made as simply as you would make a cup of tea for yourself; the only difference is it’s not served hot.
How to make Doggie Tea:
Place 1 teaspoon of loose leaf tea in a teacup. If you want to be really fancy, you can use an infuser.
Seep in boiled water for 5 minutes
Either place in the fridge/freezer until cool and serve with your pup’s favourite treat
Alternatively you can dilute in more water, pour over food, make into ice-cubes
Read about how the ingredients of love me doggie tea improve your dogs health here
Always talk to your vet to determine any potential interactions with your dog’s medications.