HERE'S HOW YOU CAN MAKE ICE-CREAM POPSICLES FOR YOUR DOG
Don’t know how to cook treats for your dog? Find out the happy side of your dog with succinct treat choices below, recipes just to please your pooch:
- Banana Peanut Butter
Mix some organic peanut butter (make sure it's not sweetened with xylitol which is toxic to dogs!) with a little bit of water and about half a mashed banana. Place the mix into your ice cube tray and serve when frozen. Alternatively, you can stuff your dog's Kong with this mixture for a longer-lasting treat.
- Treats Galore
Place some water in the ice cube trays and insert in the middle your dog's favorite treats or a few of his kibble. Once frozen, the treat will be suspended inside the ice cube and your dog will need to melt the ice cube to get to it. This is a great way to keep your dog hydrated and entertained.
- Chicken Broth
If you have some leftover chicken, toss in a pot and make some good broth by adding a few carrots and peas. Skip the garlic and onion as they're harmful to dogs. Then strain the broth with carrots and peas and place them into ice cubes or Kong and serve to your dog. Homemade broth is preferable to the store-bought broth which can be too high in sodium or may contain onion and garlic.
In this case, use plain canned pumpkin and mix with a few crushed dog cookies. Freeze in ice cube trays or inside a Kong. Make sure that you use plain pumpkin and not the pie filling with all those spices added.
- Yogurt Apple Butter
Mix a cup of plain yogurt with 2 tablespoons honey, 2 tablespoons peanut butter and 1/3 cup applesauce. Place in the ice cube tray and serve these healthy treats to your pooch.Experiment with many other flavors, comment below for more artistry ice pops. Rely on BonBeno(The Pawsome Store), for all the appropriate choices of your canine, find us at www.BonBeno.com