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Banana Pup Pops

Banana Pup Pops - A delicious homemade creamy popsicle that your dog will love! Delicious and good for them too!

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A healthy treat for you and your best friend. Use a little water in place of yogurt if you have a lactose intolerant dog. Great Idea!

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from Baking Mischief

Birthday Cupcake Dog Popsicles with Tuna Frosting

Cupcake-shaped dog popsicles made with chicken broth and a pureed tuna frosting. Simple to make and your dog is going to LOVE them! From http://BakingMischief.com

Keep your pets busy and cool during the dog days of summer with these fun pup-sicles. Just freeze water, dog treats, and toys in a Ziploc® Large Round Container. Place in a shady spot so your dog has a safe place to relax while you play outside. Tip: Freeze the water in layers so the treats don’t all sink to the bottom.

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Keep your pets busy and cool during the dog days of summer with these fun pup-sicles. Just freeze water, dog treats, and toys in a Ziploc® Large Round Container. Place in a shady spot so your dog has a safe place to relax while you play outside. Tip: Freeze the water in layers so the treats don’t all sink to the bottom.

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Watermelon Banana Honey Pawsicles. Ingredients: 15 watermelon chunks, 1 banana, 1 tsp honey. Directions: Mix all ingredients in the blender. Pour into ice cube trays or molds, and freeze for 2 hours.

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from HubPages

Quick & Easy Summer Treat: Homemade Dog Popsicles

Quick & Easy Homemade Dog Popsicles Ingredients ice cube tray/small cake pan/other solid container low sodium chicken broth, (I use homemade but dogs usually aren'y picky) kibble/small dog treats/large dog treats broken into pieces