Easy and Awesome Homemade Summer Dog Treats!
It’s that time of the year again! We all love summertime–the weather is beautiful, the sun is out, and we get to spend more time outdoors with the people we love. We can also indulge in awesome frozen treats!
Who doesn’t love popsicles or ice cream on a hot summer day?
But we can’t forget about our furry friends. They love cool treats in the summer too, especially after a day at the local dog park. After a long day of play give them one of these treats that we know they’ll love!
Here are our top 5 summer dog treats that you can make yourself this summer:
1. PB & Fruit Ice Treat.
This easy-to-make treat only has 4 ingredients – no fuss, no muss! Just add water, peanut butter, and whatever fruit your little pal loves. It’s a great way to cool off on hot summer days! Get the recipe here.
2. Puppy Treats!
Photo: King Arthur Flour
This treat will be a sure hit with your puppy! These protein-packed biscuits are vet approved and will help make your little one grow nice and strong. Another great thing about these treats are they’re vegetarian! Find the recipe here!
3. Frozen Meat Treats.
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You may want to get a separate ice tray for these. This recipe is great for owners who want to know what goes into what their dogs eat. It’s versatile and convenient. Just gather the ingredients, mix it up, and pop it in the freezer! Get the recipe here.
4. Peanut Butter and Coconuts Biscuits.
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Your dog will go coco-nuts for these treats! These sweet treats will be your dog’s new favorite thing. Quick and easy, they’ll be ready to be snapped up in no time! Click here for the recipe.
5. Frosty Paws.
Photo: Raise A Green Dog
Here are some personal-sized popsicles for your pup! Perfect for hot sunny days or after a day at the park. Treat your furry friend with something that will cool them off! Find the recipe here.
Remember, have fun with these recipes – switch up some ingredients to whatever your dog loves and bring them with you in the kitchen to help out (but mostly for taste testing and cleaning spoons).
We hope your dog loves these treat ideas!
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