Easy to make Frozen Dog Treats
As the temperature rises and summer begins, your canine best friend deserves a cooling frozen dog treat. Frozen dog treats are pretty easy to make and mostly consist of 1 or 2 ingredients, but most of all they keep your dog cool and hydrated in warmer weather.
It’s important to keep your dog cool during the summer months to prevent heatstroke, here is what to do if you think your dog is suffering with heatstroke.
Peanut Butter and Jam Cubes Dog Treats
Its peanut butter, jelly time! Yes, you heard it right, dogs can eat peanut butter, as long as it is in moderation and does not contain xylitol.
- Simply blend a handful of strawberries with a splash of water, then tip the mixture into an ice cube tray and place in the freezer.
- Once the strawberry mixture is frozen, spread a blob of peanut butter on the top.
They are so good; we might keep them for ourselves!
Tasty Watermelon Frozen Dog Treats
Can my dog eat watermelon? The answer is – of course, they can. Watermelon is the perfect refreshing treat for your dog as each bite contains around 92% water, which helps to keep your four-legged friend hydrated.
- Simply blend 10 slices of watermelon, removing the skin and pips first, then place this mixture into an ice cube tray.
- For extra indulgence, add a couple of dog treats to each cube.
- Freeze for approximately 6 hours and then they are ready for your dog to enjoy on a hot s
Banana and Peanut Butter Frozen Nibbles
A simple 3 ingredient sweet treat to keep your dog happy and cool in the warm weather.
- Simply blend together 150ml of natural, unsweetened almond milk, 1 tablespoon of peanut butter and 1 banana.
- Once blended, place the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze for around 6 hours.
Frozen Yoghurt Dipped Strawberries Dog Treats
Who wouldn’t love a frozen strawberry dipped in yoghurt? This easy recipe will cool your dog down on hot smmer days but also leave them licking their lips for more.
- First cut the green section of the strawberry off.
- Then dip the strawberries in a no fat natural yoghurt.
- Finally place the delicious doggy treats on a piece of greaseproof paper and place in the freezer until frozen.
Frozen Carrot and Apple Bites
The perfect homemade dog treats for a warm day, with two ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
- It’s as simple as blending 1 peeled carrot with 1 cored and deseeded apple and a dash of water.
- Then pour the puree into cube tray moulds and leave to freeze.
These frozen dog treat recipes have got our mouths watering too, and they are so easy to make we might give them a try ourselves (excluding the ones containing dog treats, we aren’t that dog crazy – yet!).
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Barking Mad, the UK’s leading home dog boarding provider, assumes no liability for the content of this page. This advice is only intended as a guide and is not a substitute for a proper consultation with a vet. Please contact your local veterinary practice for advice or treatment about your dog’s diet or if you are worried about your pet’s health – even if they are closed, they’ll always have an emergency out of hours service available.