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Make It: Easy 3-Ingredient Homemade Dog Ice Cream

The dog days of summer are fast approaching! Keep your favorite four-legged friend cool with some homemade doggie ice cream. With only 3 simple, all-natural ingredients, this homemade treat is a cinch to make and will leave your dog begging for more!         

How amazing do the flavors Peanut Butter Pumpkin, Coconut Blueberry, and Strawberry Coconut Butter sound?? No doubt you'll want to sneak a taste for yourself (for the record, the Coconut Blueberry one is DELICIOUS)! Check out each of the recipes, including some other flavor combo suggestions, over on Dog Milk!

Happy summer!

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Anonymous on Oct 13, 2014:

Where is the recipe?


May on Sep 28, 2013:

Good recipe


marjolein on Aug 14, 2013:

Hai

You could try goats youghurt it has a lot less lactose in it. Better for your dog.

My 2 dogs love the ice cream

Thanx for the great idea

Greeting from holland


Becca on Jul 19, 2013:

I made the blueberry, my girl rose loved it, my boy mike not so much, so I will keep trying to find a flavor he likes.....they are Siberian huskies,so it's super important to keep them as cool as I can, especially in the summer.....


Becky on Jun 19, 2013:

I love the bowls! How adorable!


CapreeK on Jun 19, 2013:

Thanks for the comment. I am very familiar with the ASPCA list and have done an incredible amount of research on dog-safe foods. Yogurt in small amounts is perfectly safe for dogs and is even given to help alleviate some digestive troubles due to the healthy bacteria it contains. I've spoken to multiple vets about this very topic when my dog was having some tummy troubles and each one gave the go-ahead for small amounts of plain yogurt.

In large quantities, yes, it could cause stomach upset due to the lactose and that's something to be aware of. However, considering its use in these recipes, and the small treat-sized portions, the amount a dog would be eating is negligible.


:) on Jun 19, 2013:

I'm not a vet, but the only thing i see here that is possibly an issue for dogs is the yogurt due to the lactose that they cannot digest...although the amount in yogurt is very low, some might even say negligle for something that is to be considered a treat.  Here is a list from the SPCA of harmful-to-doggie foods:

http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/people-foods.aspx


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