We are doggone crazy about our new Tea & Biscuits gift sets! These sets feature tea for you, and special Harney doggie biscuits for your pup. When you purchase a set, you’ll also be helping animals in need — 20% of every Tea & Biscuits purchase will be donated to help animals in need, like the ones featured below - it’s the leash we could do!
To introduce these bundles, meet our Dogs of Tea & Biscuits, each a rescue dog and enthusiastic biscuit catcher!
This 11-year-old Beagle/Basset Hound mix was rescued when he was five, having been placed at an animal shelter as a neglect case with health problems. Six happy years later, Bogey loves to chill on the couch with his mom on Sunday mornings while she sips Earl Grey tea. Bogey’s favorite toy? Food.
Affectionately referred to as a "Mastadore," this large lovable Labrador/Mastiff mix is a three-year-old who doesn’t know a stranger. Rescued when she was eight months old, Mona is happiest when she’s swimming or keeping her mom company while she drinks Hot Cinnamon Spice tea. Mona’s pet peeve? Airplanes.
Lucky to be alive, this three-year-old Blue Pit Bull was hit by a car and left to die when a stranger stopped, picked him up and took him to a local animal shelter. After surgeries and several months in the kennel, he was found by his “furever” family, who describe him as sweet, lovable and playful. He cuddles with his mom on cold nights when she enjoys a cup of her favorite tea. Raceway’s favorite toy? A deflated basketball.
Also known as “Princess P,” Pixie is an eight-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier/Boxer mix who was brought to an animal shelter as a two-month-old stray and adopted a month later. She earned her nickname because “she’s a total diva and enjoys the finer things in life,” like tea with her mom on Saturday mornings. Pixie’s naughtiest deed? Lying on her canine brother, Reggie, like he’s a couch.
Thank you to the Humane Society of Indianapolis for letting us borrow their dogs and use their space to film this video. Many of the dogs you see and so many others are in need of a loving home. If you’d like to rescue an animal, contact your local animal shelter.