10 DIY Treats You Should Make To Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

By May 19, 2016Tips

Making treats & food for your dog has never been easier, or healthier! Here are some fun ideas for the Summer that will have your pup barking for more!

Bully Stick Pup-Sicles

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Help Fido Cool Down With These Homemade Tasty Pup-Sicles! Get creative and take your pups favorite bully stick. We carry Superior Farms 6 Inch Straight Beef Pizzle Sticks which go great with this recipe. See the recipe here

Peanut Butter + Jam Freezies

Peanut butter and jam is one of those classic food pairings that everybody absolutely adores, so I set to work concocting an easy, three ingredient recipe that would mimic those flavours for dogs. See the recipe here

Frozen Grain-Free Meaty Treats

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This recipe is both easy and economical. It’s also pretty versatile, and requires little-to-no cooking (perfect for summer when you don’t want to turn on the oven). You can use any type of meat or fish depending on your dog’s tastes. See the recipe here

Kong Stuff ‘N Recipes

Winner of the 2012 Kong Recipe Contest this one is sure to please and it’s great for doggie health & digestion. We sell the Kong Classic Rubber Toy so you have no excused! See the recipe here

Summertime Homemade Dog Treats

These homemade treats have yogurt, bananas, and peanut butter, so you can keep your pups and even your kids cool all summer long. See the recipe here

PB & Fruit Ice

This is an easy one. No oven, no cookie cutters .. just some waiting and happy, happy dogs. See the recipe here

Apple Cubes

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This recipe consists of only two ingredients and could not be any more simple to make. You’ll need chicken broth and apples. Simply chop up your apples and dilute your low sodium chicken broth, mix together in an ice-tray and freeze. Simples! See the recipe here

Blueberries & Banana Frosty Paws

Mix some blueberries, banana and natural yoghurt in a blender for a simple treat. All you gotta do is pop it into an ice-cube tray or doggy molds to make it even more fun. Leave to freeze for approx. 3-4 hours and voila, a simple & healthy dog treat that’s perfect for the Summer time. See the full recipe here

Ice Treat Cake

Create a frozen surprise: Take a container, and fill it with water. Add in some of your pet’s favorite treats (can add toys too!) and freeze. It may be best to freeze in sections to keep everything from sinking to the bottom. When completely frozen take it outside for your dog to have a blast while trying to lick through the ice to find his favorite treats!

Pumpkin Cube Treats

Buy 100% pumpkin in the can or puree your own boiled pumpkin. Take the mixture and pour it into ice cube trays. Freeze the trays. Your pup will love eating these pumpkin cubes just like a popsicle treat. See the full recipe here

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