Dog lovers are demanding that Petco stop selling a product meant to help anxious and unruly animals take the edge off - after discovering that it works by loading them up with booze.
The "homeopathic" calming supplement Good Dog contains 13 percent alcohol, which means it's similar to the average wine. An investigation by 7 News Denver points out that alcohol is listed on the label as an "inactive ingredient," while "essences from selected flowers" do the work, but experts and amateur reviewers say there's no way that's true.
"If this product has a calming effect, it's probably because of the alcohol, not because of the homeopathic medicine," Colorado State University veterinarian Dr. Narda Robinson told the news station.
Chemist Yvette d'Entremont, who has a science show on YouTube, filmed herself getting drunk off the doggy booze.