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Summer Recipes For Dogs – 10 Treats To Help Them Cool Down

Author Happy Doggo
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Apr 2 ·
Summer Recipes For Dogs

If the temperature is creeping up you’ll want to keep your pup cool which is where these summer recipes for dogs come in handy. Just like us humans seek out ice cream, chilled drinks or fruit when overheating your dog will also be massively appreciate of a nice cool treat.

These recipes have been created by some of the world’s top food bloggers. Make sure to bookmark and follow all their recipes which are for both dogs and humans alike.

Grab your ingredients and get into the kitchen. Time to start cooking…

Summer Recipes For Dogs

1. Mouthwatering Watermelon Dog Treats

Watermelon is made up of 92% water which is why these treats will seriously quench your dog’s thirst this summer. This melon is also packed with healthy vitamins and minerals and is low in calories. It’s truly a miraculous melon that you and your pup can enjoy.

Recipe created by Elizabeth.

Summer Recipes For Dogs

2. Frozen Dog Treat Recipes With Banana

Why not try this frozen dog bones recipe made with pumpkin and banana. Your dog will certainly love it on a hot summer day when the temperatures rise.

Recipe created by Ellen.

Summer Recipes For Dogs

3. Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Ice Cream

Keep your pup cool all summer with this 4 ingredient recipe! The pumpkin and the yogurt are both great for your dog’s digestive system so you can feel good giving them treats.

Recipe created by Amanda.

4. Frozen Pumpkin Treats

The perfect frozen treats that are silky smooth and velvety and which will have your pup in absolute heaven.

Recipe created by Nikki.

5. Peanut Butter And Banana Ice Cream

Ice cream for dogs! Bananas, peanut butter, and plain yogurt combine to create these delicious treats for any puppy friend! A tasty way to cool down on a hot day.

Recipe created by Gemma.

6. Spinach And Cantaloupe Frozen Treat

Not only are these treats super healthy and the ideal way for your pup to cool down but they also look super pretty as well. Watch as they all vanish in record time.

Recipe created by Doggy Dessert Chef.

7. Frozen Chicken Broth and Apple Treats

You only need two ingredients – apples and chicken broth. Once you make them once or twice, you will not go back to the treats at the pet shop!

Recipe created by Ginny.

8. Dog Pops

If you like to treat your dog every once in awhile and with these easy dog pops you can keep them cool as well! There are 3 flavors for your pup to try.

Recipe created by Denise.

9. Blueberry Frozen Dog Treats

Dogs love these healthy and refreshing blueberry-yogurt frozen dog treats on a hot day. And dog mamas love them because they are easy to make with only three ingredients!

Recipe created by Jen.

Summer Recipes For Dogs

10. Homemade Dog Ice Cream

Learn how to make Homemade Dog Ice Cream and you can make your best friends healthy and nutritious treats to cool them down during the summer.

Recipe created by Gemma.

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