yes, Dogs can drink coke, My dog eats/drinks anything which I do.
But if you ask should you allow them, answer is NO. Caffeine's not really good for dogs.. Anyways Why do you want your dog to drink coke?
No, my dog doesn't drink coke.My dog is the same way with food. Ok thanks I was just wondering. Also what type of breed is your dog? Mine is a labrador as you can see in the picture.
You shouldn't even drink coke. Why ask if your dog can drink it, when the real question should be....why would you let your dog drink it.
Between the caffeine, the huge amount of sugar and the carbonation, I think both you and the dog should choose another form of hydration. (lol).
by Jenn 6 years ago
I can't imagine how anyone can drink 2 gallons of Coke per DAY! But this woman also had a very poor diet nutrition-wise and was a heavy smoker, so it probably just wasn't the soda alone that caused her death. I just don't understand how she didn't see all of this as a formula for disaster, or if...
by kozmicbluej 6 years ago
Southern Comfort - If you want it mixed, should you drink it with coke or lemonade?I prefer coke, but always get asked "Don't you mean lemonade". And incidentally is it seen as male, female or unisex drink?! Cheers!
by cheapskatemate 7 years ago
If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?
by R.S. Hutchinson 6 years ago
I'm addicted to Coke (the soda- silly!) - what's your vice. (oh and the "help" was just to lure you in and look, it worked!
by mrpopo 8 months ago
My dog tries to urinate several times during a walk; why and how do I stop this habit?My dog (a yellow lab) has an odd habit of urinating several times during a walk. After her first relief, she tries peeing but only droplets come out.What gives? She keeps trying to pee on an empty tank. I'm...
by Imran Sharif 8 years ago
I am working on a project above mentioned and wants to know more and more qabout brand loyalty of pepsi vs coke.
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