do your dogs like ice cubes? I’ve heard of people putting various things in ice cube trays and freezing them, like chicken broth. here’s a recipe with yogurt, bananas, peanut butter, and honey. or you could probably just chop up bananas—it’d probably be easier and cheaper to make your own treats, plus you can trust the ingredients. mine doesn’t like anything frozen though lol
this brand has frozen dog treats, you could do a search to see if they carry them in a store near you?
btw, my local petco has a small freezer devoted to dog ice cream, so you can check if yours does too.
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my dog likes ice cubes, I think. Well, he eats them when I give one to him.
Ice cubes are great! Dogs don’t have as keen of taste as humans do… granted, their sense of smell makes up for it, but I wouldn’t be too stressed about finding ice cream. Something cool should do the trick just fine!posted about 4 years ago
Well… actually you can give your dog some ice cream. They don’t have trouble with sugar but if you start overfeeding it with sweet stuff it may get diabetes. Just like people. I am a vet and I know what I am talking about. You should not give a lot of ice cubes to your pet! But you can give ur dog some ice cream as long as it is not chocolate and there isn’t any cocoa in it!posted about 4 years ago
because just like people they can get a soar throat. and I must say that in the middle of the summer it’s not the perfect timing for getting sick. that’s the only reason why:))posted about 4 years ago
All animals are lactose intolerant, so I would not recomend giving your dog ice cream. My dog accidentally ate some cream-based soup once and was really sick the next day. I would just stick to giving your dog ice cubes or peanut butter.posted about 4 years ago
Actually all adult individuals are lactose intolerant including humans. So with dogs it is the same as with humans. For example I love milk. And I often drink milk or have some with my cereal. And nothing happens to my body. But my best friend is… am… allergic. If she drinks even a sip of milk her whole body starts to swells.
This intolerants as homeofthedreamers calls it is connected with the lac of an enzyme in the adult body. Only infants have it in their bodies. So… that’s it.
My dog likes milk and milk products and nothing happens to her if she eats some. Well if I give her a whole bow of milk she would probably get diarrhea but this is due to the type of gastrointestinal system she has.
I don’t think dogs are supposed to have milk products? You might want to check that. I know it really depends on the size and breed of the dog – so just be careful! :)posted almost 4 years ago
my dog LOVES popsicles! I only give him a little bit at a time, and brush his teeth after of course :)posted almost 4 years ago
sugar is a nono in animals, pretty much anything that gives tatse to food is good for animals, i would give a milk iced cube or a regular oneposted over 3 years ago