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Summertime, and the livin’ is…hot. And sweaty. And all we really want is something icy to cool us down. As the weather heats up, the freezer is your friend. Enter homemade frozen dog treats.
These goodies are not only super easy to make, but they’re also healthy—for you and your dog. You know, in case you’re tempted to sample one.
Making frozen dog treats can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. Depending on what you have on hand and which flavors your dog prefers, you can whip up a range of creative concoctions.
With blueberry, strawberry, and peanut butter versions, these customizable dog treats couldn’t be easier to make (and adjust to your dog’s taste). All you need is a blender, silicone molds, and a freezer! Try a paw print or bone-shaped mold for added cuteness.
Pop these yogurt-based treats in the freezer for a few hours, and you’ve got yourself a frozen goodie that dogs and humans alike will love. Well, it’s not sweetened…so perhaps not the humans so much. But they do make a pretty picture! There’s even a video to take you through the process.
This is literally the easiest recipe! Freeze diced cantaloupe, add plain yogurt, blend. See the link for more details.
This recipe pairs blended watermelon and pineapple with a nice thick banana slice for a healthy, cooling snack that any dog would love to get their paws on. If your dog loves bananas, she’ll go crazy for these treats.
How about a frozen apple dog treat for a little variety?
This one’s pretty easy—just a carrot, an apple, and some water and you’re pretty much good to go. Blend, pour in an ice tray, freeze, and enjoy!
Whether you’re celebrating a summer gotcha day, trying to beat the heat, or even if you just want to spoil your dog for no good reason, peanut butter banana ice cream couldn’t be easier—or more delicious.
Three simple ingredients combine to make a very special treat for your dog in this triple-layer pupsicle recipe.
Creamy yogurt is paired with frozen blueberries and blended cantaloupe for a beautiful and delicious anytime treat to share with your dogs.
NOTHING says summer like watermelon (seriously, can you think of anything more summer?), and the good news is dogs love it just as much as humans do.
Turn your leftover watermelon into a treat your dog won’t be able to resist. It’s the perfect something special to celebrate gotcha days, picnics, BBQs, or the fact that watermelon was on sale.