A Florida woman busted with the anti-anxiety drugs alprazolam and diazepam, claimed were for her dog.

56-year-old Anita Wymer told cops that the pills found in her car on July 10th had actually been prescribed to her dog.

A sheriff’s deputy had stopped her at around 3 a.m. after she was spotted running 90 mph in the area of I-95 and St. Lucie West Boulevard.

According to the report, she reeked of booze, but claims she only had “a few drinks.”

She was promptly arrested on a DUI charge after tests measured her blood alcohol content at 0.116 and 0.119, well over the legal limit of 0.08.

Cops found 13 alprazolam pills, and two diazepam pills for which she had no proof that she had a prescription.

According to the affidavit, she “then later stated that the pills were prescribed to her dog and she only took one”.

She then had charges related to having prescription pills without a prescription added.

Her dog has remained silent.