Avery Beverages has a wide range of flavors, everything you can think of, and some you probably can't. How about toxic slime, dog drool, swamp juice and bug barf?
The popularity of the off-beat flavors got the folks there thinking, why not water for dogs?
The water is pure spring water, nothing added, nothing taken out.
The true test of any product is the field test. A test of Woof Water on a few friendly pooches met with mixed results. Toby was tentative, only took a sip.
Bella, the mini golden diddle, tried a few sips and said it had hints of currant with oak overtones and a smooth dry finish.
Metz of Avery Beverages said, "Woof water is requested by name by more dogs than any other bottled water. Woof, woof."
He also added, "A lot of our customers buy the large bottles. The towns that have heavily chlorinated water-the dogs just won't drink it, so they're giving the dogs spring water and that was part of the genesis for this."
"Well, we have done some market research and we found that nine out of 10 dogs prefer "Woof Water" over toilet bowl water," Metz said.
But one dog owner said, "I think it's ridiculous. They can drink water in a puddle. "
Metz said, "It's a fun thing, and that's what we're all about here, doing fun stuff."
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