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DIY Frozen ‘Pupsicle’ Treat for Dogs

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DIY Frozen ‘Pupsicle’ Treat for Dogs

There is nothing better than a popsicle on a hot day. But all the sugar in traditional popsicles isn’t good for dogs. Instead, when the temperature rises, whip up these delicious dog-friendly “pupsicles” for your fur kid. This frozen DIY dog treat is easy to make and is packed with fiber and antioxidants for a healthy, energizing treat.

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DIY Dog Treat Recipe: Springtime Pup-Cakes

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DIY Dog Treat Recipe: Springtime Pup-Cakes

DIY Dog Treat Recipe: Springtime Pup-Cakes

Spring is a time of new beginnings and growth. Help your puppy bloom into one of the big dogs with a delicious “pup-cake” DIY dog treat recipe. A dog-friendly spin on traditional cupcakes, these tiny treats are just the right size for puppies. Plus, each of the ingredients provide specific health benefits, according to Victoria Carmella, DVM, and director of veterinary services at Blue Buffalo Co. Ltd. in Wilton, Connecticut:

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DIY Frozen Candy Corn Bones Homemade Dog Treat Recipe

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DIY Frozen Candy Corn Bones Homemade Dog Treat Recipe

Dog parents agree: Serving up spooky sweets Halloween night is more fun when their furry friend is involved. And what better way to treat your pup than with a Fall favorite–candy corn? Though real candy corn isn’t considered safe for dogs to eat, our DIY frozen candy corn dog bones are dog-friendly and vet-approved so you can feel good about treating your pup.

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