Food & Recipes

You Can Now Share A Glass Of Wine With Your Dog

The options include ZinFanTail and CharDOGNay.

If you’ve ever felt silly drinking a glass of wine alone, fret no more—you can now share one with your dog. That’s right: the Denver-based company Apollo Peak has created wine for dogs. But you don’t need to worry about your pup getting tipsy—these drinks are alcohol-free and a safe alternative to real wine.


So why feed your dog this non-alcoholic beverage? According to the website:

The ingredients in The ZinfanTail can help soothe upset stomachs, reduce gas, reduce nausea, and help with travel sickness. They may also be beneficial in treating bad breath in your pooch.

Depending on your pet’s preference, your dog can now enjoy a glass of “ZinFanTail” or “CharDOGNay.” But your dog isn’t exactly a cheap date: A 12 ounce bottle will cost you $17.95. 

And if you’re more of a cat person, Apollo Peak has some wine for your pet too. Your feline can choose between a “Pinot Meow,” a “Catbernet” or a “Moscato.”

Now, the next time your friends aren’t around for Wine Wednesday, you know you can always turn to dear Fido.