Super Cool Recipe for your Dog Days of Summer!
It’s July, It’s HOT…we all know this too well. Especially your pups! The average temperature for a dog is generally around 101-102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Add on the fact they have only have sweat glands in their paws and they have a permanent fur coat and you can just begin to imagine how hot your pup can get!
Yogurt contains a good amount of probiotics. Probiotics means “for life”, it is the opposite of the word antibiotic. Unlike antibiotic which attacks and kills bacteria, probiotics are good bacteria that enhance the levels of beneficial bacteria in the stomach.
Sticky and sweet, a refreshing fruit is paired with coconut for my latest frozen concoction.
Watermelon has to be my favorite summertime treat. For a few months out of the year, I unabashedly gorge on this sweet melon until my insides could explode. Oscar loves watermelon, too – this got me thinking about a bite-sized treat that would cool him off and wouldn’t leave my floor a sticky mess. Ta da – the Frosty Watermelon Dog Bones Recipe was born. Now I can nom on my watermelon undisturbed while Oscar is kept busy with his frozen treat.