Frozen Dog Treats For Summer
Hot dog! It's already summer and temperatures are rising. While we're sweltering in the summer heat, our pups get even hotter in their fur coats. To keep your dog cool, occupied, and satisfied while you're out of the house (or as a special treat when you're there) this summer, try these sweet frozen dog treats. Disclaimer: these are for your dogs, don't get too tempted to try them for yourself.
via K9 Instinct
This treat is fruity, creamy, and cold. Your pups will go nuts for these mysterious new flavors. Plus, your dog already loves his treasured Kong toy. Feel free to put your own spin on this recipe—try adding in peanut butter, bananas, or strawberries.
As a staple of many dry dog foods, your pup is likely familiar with the taste of chicken flavoring. This recipe goes one tasty step further by incorporating shredded chicken and homemade chicken broth. Your pup will be drooling as you walk towards the freezer.
A twist on the classic PB&J for your pup. Sweet and creamy peanut butter, followed by tart berries, then finished with a salty rawhide stick—and we have a food connoisseur on our hands. As much as your dog will love this, you will love how happy he or she is even more.
via Geek Girl
What's better than a cup of ice cream on a warm and sunny day? Not much. Match a creamy-ice-cold treat with PB and banana and you'll have yourself an occupied pup (and some free time for you).
via Kol's Notes
What better way to repurpose your BBQ leftovers than to make some savory treats for your pup? Substitute leftover meats, or for the vegan dogs, veggies and hold the cheese. These are great to keep your pup busy during dinnertime while you're entertaining. For once, your pup can enjoy the drool-worthy foods we know and love.
No time to prepare these treats for your trusty companion? Try these store-bought treats instead:
Have you repurposed your groceries to make dog treats, or do you prefer store-bought?