We often find our four-legged friends scheming to get a bite of human food. Even if it's just a crumb. There are some people food we don't mind giving to dogs, and some we just absolutely won't let them try. For example, ice cream. There are many alternatives for frozen treats though. There are popsicles and dog ice cream.
Yes, dog ice cream is a thing! If you're wondering why this doggy ice cream is safe for them, it's because it's grain-free and lactose-free. The ingredients consist of evaporated cane juice, lactose-free whole milk, gelatin, peanuts, and salt. The best part is that it doesn't even arrive frozen. Just add water and freeze the ice cream treat for your best friend!
Why Can't Dogs Have Ice Cream?
Your dog's stomach is most likely too sensitive to handle a dairy product like ice cream. Ice cream can give your dog diarrhea. Don't risk giving your dog a hard time trying to digest milk. (Bloating is no fun.) Also, it's possible that your dog could be allergic! Food allergies make dogs very itchy. Check out these ice cream alternatives.
Your puppies and adult dogs with love their dog ice cream.
Ice Cream for Dogs
1. Puppy Cake Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix for Dogs: Peanut Butter - Add Water & Freeze at Home
That's right! Just add water and freeze. This dog-friendly ice cream is peanut-butter flavored. Check out this review.
That should give dog owners all the reassurance they need!
2. Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix for Dogs: Maple Bacon - Add Water and Freeze at Home
Maple bacon sounds delicious! Can someone link me to this flavor in human ice cream?
3. Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix for Dogs: Vanilla - Add water and freeze at home
Good ol' vanilla ice cream will never go out of style. A vanilla ice cream cone is timeless! It's the perfect treat on a hot day.
4. Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix for Dogs: Carob (Natural Dog Safe Chocolate Flavor) - Add Water and Freeze at Home
For that sweet cocoa flavor, give your dog some carob puppy ice cream.
5. Smart Scoops Goat's Milk Ice Cream Mix for Dogs- Blueberry - Freeze it at home
Since it's made from goat milk, you know you're giving your fur baby a dog ice cream recipe that's easy on their tummy.
6. Pooch Creamery Watermelon Flavor Ice Cream Mix Dog Treat, 5.25-oz cup
Now, this is the summer treat your dog wants!
Since prep time is fairly quick, I'd say this a great treat for your furry friend when you're too busy to make homemade dog ice cream and plain yogurt pops. Who says these are just summer treats? As far as I'm concerned, ice cream is a yummy treat year-round.
Pet owners, you can find a variety of doggie ice cream and frozen treats on Chewy and Amazon.
This post was originally published on January 10, 2020.
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