Given that the food some of us choose to eat is rapidly reaching yet untold heights of purity, freshness, and quality, it comes as no surprise that our precious pets are reaping some of these culinary rewards. At Prather Ranch’s Ferry Building outpost in San Francisco, you can load up on superior flank steak for you and cryo-vac packets of dog food for your best friend. Check out Trader Joe’s for their special cans of Tuna For Cats. Just don’t mix it up with your favorite albacore white.

Of course, if you put a platter of Certified Organic Prather Ranch–raised meat before Asta, he’s going to look at you with those big soft eyes that clearly suggest, “And now, my good man, how about a wine list?” Not wine, but what about beer?

Non-alcoholic and non-carbonated, our Happy Tail Ale is the ultimate liquid refreshment for your best friend. Our beer is made in a real brewery and starts with artesian water and choice malted barley. Brewed in 500-gallon copper kettles, Happy Tail Ale also features all-natural beef drippings (no by-products or chemicals!). Plus, it’s fortified with Glucosamine and Vitamin E! Every ingredient in Happy Tail Ale is human grade, as Dog Star Brewing Company does not believe in giving our canine family members less than superior food and beverages.

If your pups are on the wagon, you can always spoil them with special bottled water made by K9 Water Co. in Los Angeles. K9 Water comes in four delectable flavors with names that are sure to make Asta drool. More than usual. There’s Toilet Water, which is chicken-flavored, Gutter Water (beef), Puddle Water (liver), and Hose Water (lamb).

Says K9 of their product:

The world’s first vitamin fortified bottled water specifically formulated to provide your dog with essential vitamins that contribute to overall good health and provide the hydration your dog needs.

This is why we only use purified water and human grade ingredients in every bottle of our vitamin fortified water. Of course, there are no artificial colors or preservatives.

We are dog lovers and pooch parents ourselves, so we had our formula tested in an independent lab by a veterinary nutritionist to make sure it is healthy for your dog.

I’m not sure why a large part of the pet population is being overlooked, but I’ll tell you what, the day they make tuna-flavored Pinot Noir is the day my cats take over my wine cellar.

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