Frozen dog treats

@Carolyn63 (1403)
United States
April 3, 2008 4:02pm CST
Have you ever given them to yours? A few years ago we found some ice cream for dogs in the frozen dairy section of the store. One was peanut butter and cheese flavor. They loved it! The store since closed down and I haven't seen them elsewhere. However, not long ago, Rachel Ray was on talking about pets and said they love fruit smoothies. She would sometimes freeze them for her dog. She used fresh fruit, milk, and peanut butter. May have to try that for my dogs.
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@jairgirl (2879)
• United States
4 Apr 08
i have not tried giving a REAL frozen dog treats YET,,, but we do give our dog ice cream and popsicles sometimes just not too much though. our dog seem to like cold sweet stuff haha, oh he loves ice cubes too specially during summer time, i can tell if he wants one coz he stands in front of the fridge and wont move till you give him one, haha! anyway, i have not tried giving him any peanut butter but since you mention all this yummy ideas i think i will do something like the ones you mention and see how he likes it,,, seems like i will eat it too, hahaha! thanks for the ideas, takecare
@Carolyn63 (1403)
• United States
4 Apr 08
Dogs love peanut butter. You can smear it on carrots or celery and give it to them to help when they are teething. A friend likes to give his dog a spoonful and watch the dog try to get it off the roof of his mouth, keeping in mind how it does us, lol. They make peanut butter flavored dog biscuits too. Mine love it.
@jairgirl (2879)
• United States
4 Apr 08
oh that's very interesting, i will do that later today and see how he reacts hahaha! i love peanut butter myself and it will be fun to see my dog's reaction. he have this personality that if the food is brand new to him he will get it slowly put it on the floor and roll over on it many times till you cant recognize it no more, hahaha! so i cant imagine him rolling over a spoonful of peanut butter, i have to place it at the porch coz i dont want him to do it at the carpet, im so excited!!!! thanks again for the idea, i'll let you know what happens. takecare
@michelyn (717)
• United States
3 Apr 08
I came across Puppy Popsicles at the pet store and bought them for my dog, but he didn't seem very interested in them. He would just let it melt in a bowl and then drink it later when it was more room temperature. He's strange. He is very unsure of his water if I put ice cubes in it. Maybe he's just too spoiled
@Rosekitty (19500)
• San Marcos, Texas
3 Apr 08
Hi Draggie! wow this sounds good enough to eat LOL..and I've never heard of it before, but then i don't watch Rachel Ray or other cooking channels..I figure who would eat my food LOL
@lilaclady (28270)
• Australia
3 Apr 08
I saw a vet on TV suggesting things like this for you dog in summer, cools them down, gives them something to do for a short while, he was talking about meat ice-blocks....