Are you a dog lover like us? Do you also love chocolate? Prayers are answered! Our newest apparel collection combines your insatiable love of dog with your love of chocolate. Wear it and share it.
Chocolate Dog Apparel
What’s so bad about having two addictions? If you’re both a dogoholic and chocoholic then this is for you. Share your love of Dog and chocolate with this message on our soft, 100% ringspun cotton, long sleeve t-shirt or soft cotton blend hoodie!
Chocolate’s 4,000-year history began in ancient Mesoamerica, present day Mexico. It’s here that the first cacao plants were found. The Olmec, one of the earliest civilizations in Latin America, were the first to turn the cacao plant into chocolate. They drank their chocolate during rituals and used it as medicine. In the 15th century, the Aztecs even used cocoa beans as currency.
Chocolate Is Good For You
You dream about it. Crave it. Need it. You love chocolate. Here’s the good news…chocolate is good for you! Dark chocolate contains powerful antioxidants and increases heart health, which is especially important for dog moms and dog dads. The antioxidants in dark chocolate have been shown to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of clotting and increase blood circulation to the heart, thus lowering the risks of stroke, coronary heart disease and death from heart disease.
Death By Chocolate
While you may be receiving health benefits from eating chocolate, you dog will not. Chocolate is toxic to dogs mostly because of its theobromine content, which dogs are unable to metabolize effectively. In addition, chocolate also contains caffeine which is not healthy for canines. Dogs process theobromine and caffeine slowly, which allows these toxic compounds to build up in their systems and cause clinical signs associated with chocolate toxicity.
But when it comes to toxicity, not all chocolate is created equal If a dog eats chocolate, it is different based on the type of chocolate they consumed. Baker’s chocolate and cocoa, for example, are considered to be the most toxic, then dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate.
Feel The Love
When Valentine’s Day rolls around, stick to dog treats for your four-legged friend. You however are allowed to indulge in chocolate and wear your favorite Dog is Good apparel to show that you can’t live without chocolate and your dog.