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6 Frozen Homemade Dog Treats for Summer

6 Frozen Homemade Dog Treats for Summer 0

Summer is here and so are long, hot days! As you enjoy your summer break and a few ice cream treats, do you ever think about treating your furry friend? Add some variety to their normal treats routine with a few treats that are perfect for summer.  

We collected a few of our favorite dog treat recipes for summer. These treats are easy to make and guaranteed pup pleasers. From dog ice cream to pupsicles, your dog is sure to love cooling down with these delicious summer treats. Check out our six favorite DIY dog treat recipes below:  

Banana and Peanut Butter Frozen Dog Popsicle

peanut butter dog treat

This treat is quite easy to make because it only requires 3 ingredients: banana, peanut butter, and plain yogurt. These homemade pupsicles are ideal for cooling down after a long walk or a dessert treat to end the night. Even better, they stay fresh for months in the freezer! 

Get this recipe on Good Housekeeeping.

Pumpkin Ice Cream for Dogs

Pumpkin dog treat

If your pup has tummy problems, this puppy ice cream will be great for them. Pumpkin and yogurt are both great for a dog's digestive system and can be helpful in overcoming some of the common digestive problems. Treat your dog to some pumpkin-flavored ice cream today with the recipe below.

Get this recipe on The Fake Ginger

Yogurt & Berry Pupsicles

yogurt dog treat

The summer heat can sometimes be unbearable to your pup. Bigger Bolder Baking makes perfect homemade dog treats to cool your pup. With frozen berries and yogurts, these are sure to provide some relief for your dog from the sizzling summer heat. 

Get this recipe on Bigger Bolder Baking.

Whole-Fruit Pupsicles

homemade pupsicle

Some dogs, just like human beings, struggle to digest dairy. If your dog is one of these unlucky pups, don’t worry! This doesn’t mean your pup has to miss out on cool summer treats. This diary-free, whole-fruit dog popsicle recipe is the way to go. Your pup will enjoy cooling down on a hot summer day with these delicious pupsicles.

Get this recipe on SPCA of Texas

Minty Fresh Frozen Treats

dog popsicle

These minty frozen treats are the perfect summer dog snack. They not only satisfy your dog's cravings but also may provide some health benefits to your pooch. The treat contains parsley and mint that are great for refreshing the breath of your dog. Also, the parsley helps reduce inflammation and aid in the digestion process for dogs.  

Get this recipe on The Produce Moms.

Puppy Smoothie Treats 

frozen treats for dogs

Tails are guaranteed to wag when this frozen treat for dogs comes out of the freezer. Treat your dog to frozen banana and strawberry smoothies in just ten minutes. It is ideal for all-year seasons because it's packed with vitamins and antioxidants to support your pup’s immune system. Pour this smoothie into an ice cube tray or silicone molds for single serving treats your pup will love.

Get this recipe on The Cottage Market

Surprise Your Pup This Summer

Keep your dog cool this summer with these cooling homemade dog treat recipes. There is no doubt that your pup will love licking away on these frozen treats on a hot day.  Even better, add a boost to these summer treats by including a few pumps of salmon oil for dogs or by crumbling our glucosamine for dogs into the mixture.  Your dog will go crazy for it!
7 Tasty Homemade Dog Treats for Spring

7 Tasty Homemade Dog Treats for Spring 1

Spring is a time of renewal, new awakenings, and where your dog can finally enjoy the great outdoors - especially if you live in a colder climate. Pretty flowers, new smells, sunny skies, and frolicking in the fresh grass will certainly put a spring in your dog's step. But what dog doesn’t love new treats? Shower them with some homemade dog treats

We've curated 7 delicious spring-themed homemade dog treats - all organic and full of yummy goodness for your furry friend. These easy to make recipes are sure to have your dog’s tail wagging. Check out these 7 delectable DIY dog treat recipes.

(1) Rainbow-Frosted Dog Biscuits

Rainbow-Frosted Dog Biscuits

With doggo-safe colored icing and yummy ingredients like wheat germ and oats, this DIY biscuit for dogs is not only Instagram-worthy, but it's healthy for your dog, too. The biscuits and icing are separate mixtures but when you see your dog's eyes after showing him these treats - it's all worth it.

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(2) Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats

Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats

No matter what time of year it is, dogs love peanut butter. And by adding yogurt to this easy recipe, it's even more healthy for your pet. While these frozen doggie yogurt treats are yummy for summer highs, those in warmer climates know that spring is a time for frozen dog treats as well.

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(3) Spinach, Carrot and Zucchini Dog Treats

Spinach, Carrot and Zucchini Dog Treats

Does spring make you think of garden vegetables? Us too. That's why this garden-friendly homemade dog treat recipe is total perfection. It has a combination of fresh ingredients like zucchini, carrots, and spinach for a treat that is healthy, tasty and easy to make for your favorite pooch.

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(4) Fun and Fancy Easy Easter Egg Dog Treats

Easy Easter Egg Dog Treats

Speaking of Easter eggs, if you're looking for a fancy treat with no extra ingredients, you'll love these do-it-yourself dog biscuits. This is one of the dog treat recipes that has simple and healthy ingredients. In this dog biscuit recipe, you use your favorite dough and stamps for the decorations. They're pretty to look at and simple to make.

Check out the recipe here

(5) DIY Peeps for Dogs

Peeps for Dogs

Some people love Peeps and some hate them. While Peeps for human consumption have too much sugar for your dog (and probably for humans too), these pretty Peeps are perfect for a springtime treat for your pooch. Ingredients like vanilla, honey and coconut give them that sweet flavor without the toxic sugar. This dog treat takes a little more time than some but the outcome will wow your friends and best of all, your dog will love them.

Check out the recipe here

(6) Heart-Shaped Cranberry Cookies

Heart-Shaped Cranberry Cookies

Valentine's Day may have passed, but your dog is forever in your heart. This scrumptious dog cookies recipe is a perfect way to show your doggie some love. With ingredients like cranberries, almond flour and coconut flour, you may even want to try them yourself. Just make sure there are plenty for your pup because we have a feeling that he'll eat these up as fast as you can share them.

Check out the recipe here

(7) Frozen Watermelon Treats

Frozen Watermelon Treats

Spring or summer, watermelon is a staple. It's naturally sweet, cooling in warm temperatures, and totally and temptingly tasty. In this simple dog popsicle recipe, it's as simple as watermelon and coconut milk. The hardest part is the wait time for these homemade pupsicles to freeze before you can share them with your sweet pup.

Check out the recipe here