Cool Off Your Pup with Homemade Frozen Dog Treats


Cool Off Your Pup with Homemade Frozen Dog Treats | thegoodstuff

August is known as the “dog days of summer.” This time of year our pups get hot, but we can cool them off by making frozen dog treats.

You can make your homemade frozen dog treats with yogurt, peanut butter, berries, and more. These treats are good for your dog and help them beat the heat — plus they’ll love a special snack!

Before you get cooking, don’t forget to check and see what coupons are available this week to help you save money on ingredients and stretch those grocery dollars.

Want to treat your pup even more? They’ll love these non-frozen treats, too!

1. Frosty Breath Blast Dog Treat

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Source: Good Dogs & Co.

Whip up a frozen mint treat to cure your pup’s bad breath. Blend parsley, mint, and apple combined with water to create refreshing ice cubes. Offer them to your puppy’s friends that might need fresher breath, too.

2. Frozen Watermelon Dog Treats

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Source: Pet Guide

Puree watermelon, then add coconut milk and honey to create these refreshing treats.

3. Copycat Frosty Paws® Treats

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Source: Home Is Where The Boat Is

Blend together banana, peanut butter, and Greek yogurt to create your own Frosty Paws®. Pour the mix into an ice cube tray and stand a dog bone treat in the middle. This will cool off your dog while keeping them busy trying to get to the treat!

4. Berry Yogurt Bones

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Source: Doggy Dessert Chef

Take the day off from baking and make frozen yogurt berry bones for your dog. Fill molds with berries and spoon plain yogurt over top to fill up the mold. Freeze and they’re ready to serve!

5. Frozen Dog Lick Cake

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Source: Craft, Home and Garden Ideas

Fill a cake pan or bucket with treats and dog toys, then fill it with water. Freeze and put it outside for the dogs to lick. It’s great for doggie playdates!

6. Peanut Butter Pupsicle

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Source: The Scrumptious Pumpkin

Use pretzels as edible ice pop sticks and fill paper cups with your peanut butter ice pop mix. Freeze and then peel off the paper before feeding these to your dog.

7. DIY Doggie Ice Cream

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Source: Keep It Simple, Sweetie

Tired of your dog looking longingly at your ice cream while you eat? Make them a special batch of peanut butter-banana doggie ice cream. Mix it up in a food processor or blender and pour into small bowls. Set some out on a hot afternoon and let them enjoy a healthy frozen treat.

8. Frozen Chicken Broth Dog Treats

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Source: Irresistible Pets

These frozen chicken broth treats make a great snack on a hot summer day. Turn water into an icy bowl of broth-flavored ice cubes for them to enjoy.

9. Frozen Peach Sticks

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Source: Two Little Cavaliers

Create your own frozen, crunchy treats by taking frozen or fresh peaches and rolling them in a coating of oats, honey, and cornstarch. Freeze them to create a frozen treat stick — you can even make them work for their treat with a little game of fetch.

10. Frozen Beef Stock Dog Bone

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Source: Lola the Pitty

Is your dog more of a meat eater? Make a frozen beef stock dog bone for them to enjoy.

11. Peanut Butter & Banana Frozen Dog Treats (Pupsicles)

Source: KitchMe

It doesn’t get any easier than this 3-ingredient frozen treat. The Greek yogurt will make your pup happy AND healthy!


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