August 1. And it’s IPA Day. A day for humans to celebrate beer- India Pale Ale in particular. IPA is described as having full bodied taste – and being both bold and bitter. It’s a popular brew – and every micro-brewery in our area seems to have their own version.
I know in lots of places, dogs are allowed in pubs – especially the UK. Not so much here in Halifax, I must complain. Some restaurants with outdoor patios allow us canines to be outside. I DID find a beer garden downtown on the waterfront that allows pets. I’m thinking we need to check it out. One at a time. Taking all three of us would end the dog friendly policy.
Meanwhile, I have managed to find a number of canine beers – so we dogs can have our own enjoyment at home! Assuming they ship to Canada. Now keep in mind that we canines should really NOT drink human beer. Sure – a sip won’t kill us – but in all seriousness, alcohol and dogs do not mix. But the canine beers I found do not contain alcohol- so they are safe for us. Here are several options:
I’m hoping her highness can find some for us. Even though they have no alcohol, we can pretend they do and it will give us a good excuse for our raucous behavior. Sure it will.
I think we’ll have to stick to the biscuits:
We took that photo last year. I was hoping the company would send us a bag of biscuits. Nah. But they liked the photo. Our modeling career has yet to take off.
Time to go see if I can get some dog beer shipped. With this heat, we really need a nice cold brew!
Have a good one. Peace and paws up.
Seizure free days:16