Can dogs drink tea?
Although it is not recommended to let your dog drink tea due to its content in caffeine, which is toxic to dogs, holistic veterinarians can advise on tea mixtures and offer some ideas.
If your dog eats or drinks a large quantity of tea accidentally here are some clinical signs he may present:
- Seizures and collapse
Caffeine free teas are safe for dogs in small amounts or for topic use.
You can serve herbal tea plain, sweetened with raw honey, or drizzled over your dog’s favorite fresh fruit.
However, there are some dogs that can experience belly ache even after drinking small amounts of tea.
Here are some teas that are believed to be safe for dogs:
- Chamomile Tea: calm problems like indigestion, vomiting, and gas
- Echinacea Tea: boosts immune system
- Ginger Tea: ginger can soothe digestive system
- Licorice Root Tea: acts as an anti-inflammatory agent for joints and sinus passages
- Rooibos Tea: it is recognized as an immune booster, an anti-inflammatory agent, and a source of powerful antioxidants
Remember to get your veterinarian approval before offer you dog tea.