Fur Loco: There Are Now Energy Drinks for Your Dogs

Posted by Krissy Howard
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Created for the pet in need of a little mid-day pick-me-up, Fur Loco is an energy drink designed by Apollo's Peak, creators of pet wine. 

While most dog owners are constantly looking for ways to keep their pooch's energy levels under control, a new line of energy drinks called Fur Loco has been created for the pup in need of a little perking up.

Brought to you by Colorado-based company Apollo Peak, the makers of non-alcoholic cat and dog wines, the pet care brand is aiming to offer our four-legged pals a little something special.

Before you start to worry, the ingredients used in Fur Loco are nothing like what's been found in the human variety of a most similar name, but that's not to say that they don't have some effect on animals.

Using a beet-juice base, the beverages are packed with various herbs, extracts, and essential oils to bring out the best in your dog, depending on what they (or, let's be honest here, you,) are in the mood for.

The Fur Loco Purple variety is made with peppermint extract to relax your hound while freshening the breath, and its Pink flavor is created with a mix of catnip and valerian root, which will lead to a brief burst of energy, followed by a few hours of mellow contentment.

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Certain cans are even intended to provide the opposite of energy, to suit the needs of our more naturally high-strung friends. Fur Loco Blue, made with valerian root and chamomile, aids in relaxation, and Green (hempseed oil and lemongrass) will help your pet wind down after a long day of excitement.

Each can of Fur Loco costs $7.95, and can be purchased on their website here. Follow Apollo Peak on Instagram to see what else this creative company comes up with!

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Fur Loco: There Are Now Energy Drinks for Your Dogs