After reading your blog about Tazzy, I read a blog that had these recipes for doggy popsicles. I imagine having these ready will help keep her cool too:
Peanut Butter Popsicles: Peanut butter, banana and water. Mix and freeze. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
Tuna Pops: No oven required. Blend up some tuna, yogurt and dried parsley for these doggie favorites.
DIY “Frosty Paws”: Yogurt, banana, peanut butter and honey are the basic ingredients in the Frosty Paws recipe. You can make this doggie ice cream at home.
Smoothie Pops: Want to add some fruit to all these peanut butter recipes? This is the popsicle for you.
Freezy & Cheesy: Mix together equal parts cottage cheese and cheddar cheese chunks. If your dog loves cheese half as much as mine does, these will be a hit.
Frozen Kong: The ingredients for this one are the easiest yet. Plug up the hole at the end of the Kong toy (I use the old standby – peanut butter), fill with water, and freeze. Or, buy this crazy kit from Kong so you can make Kong-shaped goodies.
Chicken Soup for a Hot Day: Freeze up some chicken or beef stock. The low sodium type is best. And make sure there is no onion in the stock.
Baby Food: Teach your baby how to share. Frozen baby food is another great way to cool down your doggie. Blueberries and bananas are safe for dogs.
Pumpkin Treats: Blend some canned pumpkin with plain yogurt and freeze for some tasty reminder that Autumn will arrive someday.
~ Pattie ~
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