The kind folks over at HK were generous enough to send us some to try, so this weekend we brewed up a little of HK's Quiet Tea™, which "is designed to help promote calmness and alleviate anxiety, tension and excitability during stressful of over-stimulating situations caused by factors such as separation, thunderstorms, travel, or events."
The name "tea" can be a little misleading, as this formula only contains Oatstraw, Chamomile, Passionflower, Skullcap and Valerian root (remember, caffeine BAD for dogs). It can be served to your pup with food or on its own, which was the route we went.
Getting Paddy to drink the tea was a little bit of a challenge: not only is she a picky eater, but she has an incredibly selective attention span.
After giving her a few licks from our fingers, she took one or two laps before heading off to watch TV. Did it work? Well, it's kind of hard to tell. We're not sure she actually ingested enough tea for it to have the desired effect. That being said, variety is the spice of life, and we think she liked having an other beverage option besides water added to her diet.
|Paddy and her unicorn enjoy a tea party for 2.|
HK's Quiet Tea will be available from their website on July 19th for $12 per 2.8oz jar.
So what are your thoughts on tea for pets?
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