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Frozen Summer Treats For Your Dog

Author: Sally Bushwaller | Date: August 16, 2012

I’ve been toying with refreshing frozen treat recipes for the dogs and came up with the following. I hope your dogs enjoy them.

In general, dairy products are not great for dogs. But yogurt in small amounts is fine and contains beneficial bacterial which support their digestive system.

Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Popsicles

18 oz of plain non fat yogurt
1/2 cup of peanut butter, natural preferably
1 ripe banana
1 Tblsp. honey or molasses optional

Puree all ingredients in the blender until well mixed. Pour into small paper cups. Put a dog biscuit into the cup act like a handle. That part is not necessary, but it looks really cute. Freeze. Be sure to remove the cup before giving to your dog!

Frozen Stuffed Kongs

Put anything you want inside a Kong and freeze it.  If your dog is an expert at emptying out Kongs in record time like my dogs, try  this tip:
Spread some wet dog food around the inside of a Kong, leaving a hole. Glue some cheese or a piece of lunch meat to the dog food and freeze. The meat or cheese barrier makes it a little harder for the dog to eat the Kong.

Meat Popsicles

8 oz. Meat baby food, any flavor, or liverwurst
18 oz. of plain non fat yogurt
1 clove garlic

Puree all ingredients in the blender until well mixed. Pour into ice cube tray and freeze.

Pumpkin Popsicles

1 large can of cooked pumpkin
1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
2 Tablespoon Molasses
8 oz. Meat baby food, any flavor, or liverwurst
Puree all ingredients in the blender until well mixed. Pour into ice cube tray and freeze.

Frozen Broth Ice Cubes

1 large container of Chicken or Beef Broth
1 teaspoon Toasted Sesame Oil

Mix ingredients, pour into ice cube tray and freeze.

Coconut Milk and Berry Popsicles

1 can of low fat Coconut Milk
1/2 cup berries of any kind
1 Tblsp. Honey optional

Puree all ingredients in the blender until well mixed. Pour into ice cube tray and freeze.

Creamy Tuna Cups

2 cups of plain non fat yogurt
1 can of tuna

Puree all ingredients in the blender until well mixed. Pour into small paper cups and freeze.

 


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