When the weather starts to heat up, we think of every way possible to cool down. Swimming, air conditioners, and frozen treats are on our lists, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t pamper your pooch the same way. That’s right; dogs enjoy a frozen dessert now and then. Here are 17 frozen dog treats that are canine-safe and friendly to help keep your dog cool when the temperatures are up.
Frozen Dog Treats to Cool Down Your Pup
Peanut butter and banana frozen dog treats are a real delight! I know our sweet dog loves the pb & banana combo, so we’re going to make these ASAP!
Pump up your dog’s food with these frozen dog food toppers. They have a healthy dose of fruits and veggies — only ones that are safe for pups, of course, like pumpkin, carrots, apples and chia seeds.
And speaking of pumpkin, you should also try these frozen pumpkin dog treats made with pumpkin, yogurt, banana and a bit of honey.
We love the cute bone shape of these frozen strawberry and banana smoothie dog treats, but the truth is, the whole family can enjoy them. They contain lots of good-for-you ingredients for humans and our four-legged friends.
Coconut oil is good for your dog’s skin and fur as well as his immune system, so you can’t go wrong with some frozen banana coconut oil dog treats.
With just 3 ingredients, these chicken stock, peanut butter, and parsley treats will be your dog’s new favorite goodie. The parsley helps freshen your pup’s breath, too!
Or simply freeze chicken broth to make a melt-in-your-mouth treat both dogs and cats can enjoy.
Two ingredients will get the job done nicely, like these peanut butter and yogurt frozen treats.
This frosty paws copycat allows you to incorporate your dog’s favorite biscuit into the mix. Double yum for doggy!
Try a Neapolitan frozen yogurt treat with your pooch. Don’t worry… that’s not chocolate. It’s doggy-safe carob powder to create the “chocolate” layer.
Look how happy this doggo is with these blueberry pupsicles! The “stick” is a rawhide treat, but you could use a carrot stick, too.
And speaking of blueberries, make another healthy snack: frozen coconut oil and blueberry dog treats. They’re so good for your dog!
These patriotic ice pop dog treats are great for the 4th of July, but let’s be honest… your dog will gobble them up any time of year! The treats get their pretty colors from strawberries and blueberries.
Frozen PB&J treats will be eaten swiftly. Don’t use actual jelly… there’s too much sugar for dogs. A combination of strawberries and blueberries and peanut butter is almost the same thing.
Mix pumpkin and banana to make these yummy star-shaped pumpkin and banana dog treats.
Here’s another healthy coconut oil treat: Peanut butter and coconut oil dog treats! Won’t your dog just love them?
And one more for the road… strawberry coconut oil dog treats. They’re gorgeous!
Which of these tasty treats do you plan to make for your dog?
If you liked these frozen dog treats, you’ll also want to read:
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