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Frozen Treats

Dog Eating Ice Cream

Most, if not all, dogs are lactose intolerant and their tummies cannot handle human ice cream due to high fat, sugar and a number of other questionable ingredients.  Here is a short compilation of some yummy delights that will be sure to please your pup, especially on a hot summer day.

Start off with some low- or non-fat, plain yogurt with active cultures.  Dependent upon the amount you would like to make, each recipe can be adjusted accordingly.  Note that you can freeze in ice cube trays, plastic cups, or any other container you wish.

All recipes are quite easy combining all ingredients in bowl (or food processor to puree the sweet potatoes, hot dog, etc.).  Fill your desired container and freeze.



Dog with Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter Honeys

2-3 cups of low- or non-fat plain yogurt

1 cup organic, all natural peanut butter

1 banana

1 tbsp. organic honey

 *Be sure to use organic, all natural peanut butter with low salt and low sugar.

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Sweet Potato Freeze

2-3 cups of low- or non-fat plain yogurt

1-2 sweet potatoes (shredded or pureed)

1 tbsp. organic, unsweetened applesauce

sweet potato

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Pup and Pumpkins

Pumpkin Chillers

2-3 cups of low- or non-fat plain yogurt

1 cup canned pumpkin

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 1-2 cups of low- or non-fat plain yogurt

½ cup of organic, unsalted beef broth

4-5 strips of cooked, unsalted low-fat turkey bacon

(chopped or pureed)

¼ cup unprocessed American cheese

Bacon Dog

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Dog with Carrots

Chicken Soup Icy

2-3 cups organic, unsalted chicken broth

½ cup cut-up (or pureed) chicken

2 shredded (or pureed) carrots

1 clove garlic

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Cool Doggity Dogs

2-3 cups organic, unsalted beef broth

 2-3 cut-up (or pureed) organic turkey hot dogs

Dog with Hot Dog


Remember, all of these recipes can be placed in whatever container you want and frozen for a fun snack.  Kongs are great to fill and freeze giving your dog an opportunity to work at what’s inside.

There are so many different variations you can make.  Try adding other pureed fruits and veggies to the yogurt such as apples, pears, melon, blueberries, etc.  Just make sure the food is safe for canine consumption and use your imagination.

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