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Mums stop what you’re doing! You can now buy PROSECCO for your PET

Christmas pug

Ever felt sad that your four-legged friends can’t join in the Christmas festivities? This is set to change thanks to the invention of Pawsecco – prosecco, for your pet!

Dogs and even cats can get a taste of the fizz with this drink, a mixture of Elderflower, Linden Blosson and Ginseng. Obviously, it is alcohol free, so you won’t have a drunk pet after a few bowls, but they are bound to love the taste of this festive drink.

Pawsecco

Of course, the drink is available in two flavours – the ‘Pet-House White’ and the ‘Pet-House Rose’. The drink is available at Pets at Home and will only set you back £2.99 – pawfect!

What do you think, would you get your pooch a bottle of Pawsecco?

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