The herbal tea is available in seven varieties and promises to give your pet better breath, improved digestion and a shinier coat.
The tea costs as much as 11.99 pounds for 28 bags and the product is one of the growing range of goods and services traditionally reserved for humans but now being marketed at pets, 'The Telegraph' reported.
The company Woof & Brew launched its herbal tea for pooches at a dog show last year.
It is now sold in more than 300 outlets across UK, including in several cafes, where dogs can enjoy a brew alongside their owners, the report said.
In a demonstration of just how popular "human" products for pets have become, the company is now preparing to sell its tea to other countries.