Monday, July 18, 2011

Puppy Summer Yummies....Doggone gooood

Puppy Summer Treats!

Summer Dog Treats #1: Chicken Meat Pops
This is a summer dog treat that any canine will go crazy for. It's also very simple to prepare. To make this summer dog treat, simply combine low-sodium chicken broth, cooked hamburger meat, and brown rice. Then pour the mixture into popsicle molds or an ice cube tray depending on the size of your dog. This is a treat that should be enjoyed outside, because it will make a mess. You could place these summer dog treats in a zip top bag and take these to the park for your dog to enjoy on a hot summer day

Sweet Potato Freeze Ingredients:

1 Sweet Potato


Ice cube trays or larger plastic cups (this can make the ice cubes a bit bigger for more fun)

Bake a sweet potato, let it cool, and then pop it in the fridge for a couple of hours. Once the potato has been chilled, peel the skin off and slice it into small pieces.

If you don’t want your dog to immediately remove the sweet potato, follow these steps:

Fill an ice cube tray half way with water and put it in the freezer for an hour. Then add the sweet potato pieces. Put it back in for another hour, and then fill the trays with water to the top. This keeps her busy a bit longer and makes it fun for her to try get to the sweet potato pieces.

Dogtini Ingredients:

Organic (or regular) low sodium plain chicken broth


Ice cube trays

Mix 2 cups of chicken broth and 2 cups of water. Pour into an ice cube trays, and freeze. I usually make these once a week. The ice cubes have a chance to freeze overnight and then they areavailable to give to your dog whenever they seems thirsty, hot, or just as a little summer treat.

To make things fun, take a plastic martini glass and fill it with some of the ice cubes, then add a little water. You added a couple of small pieces of turkey hot dogs and a lime to garnish.


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