Dog beer has been invented as a “milk cheese” and is being developed as a food additive for a dog breed that needs to feed on the protein.
The product, which is being used by veterinarians to enhance the nutritional value of dog food, will be sold under the brand name DogBeer, an online retail outlet for the products said on Thursday.
It will be distributed by The Dog & Cat Food Company in California, said its owner, Sarah Ting, on a call with Reuters.
“We are working to make it available to dog breed and home breeders in the United States,” she said.
“This is a product that is being tested and developed by a small group of veterinary students in the US, and it will be available at retailers in the coming months.”
The dog cheese recipe is made from cheese that has been ground up and diluted to create a protein rich sauce.
Ting said the company had no plans to market it.
Dog beer is available to pet owners in the U.S. and Canada, with products being sold at pet food stores and online.
The product is marketed under the name “Dog Beer” in the UK.
It is not known if the product will be used in pet food production.
A company spokeswoman declined to comment on the product’s origins.
Dog food has a long history in the pet food industry.
Dog owners in Canada and the U