Homemade frozen dog treats part 2

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When it’s hot outside, keeping your doggies occupied can be tricky. At Tails HQ we’ve been in the kitchen again rustling up some of our favourite frozen treats that double up as brilliant boredom busters. Dog toys have never been so delicious.

Dog-friendly ice balls

Packed with all their favourite foods these ice balls provide plenty of entertainment and are great for cooling hot dogs down.

There are endless possibilities as to what you can include in these pawsome balls, if you’re unsure check out our guide as to what to avoid here.

Our current favourites include:

  • Chopped banana
  • Peas
  • Carrot
  • Tails.com kibble – this is a great way to spread out your dog’s recommended serving throughout the day, ideal for doggies who need to lose a few pounds but you still want to give them a treat
  • Good Dog Treats or Salmon Treats
  • Peanut butter (xylitol and palm oil free)

Simply pop a mixture of goodies into the ice ball casing (we found these on Amazon), put the lid on then fill up with water or low salt chicken stock and freeze for 6-8 hours. Then remove from the casing and give to your doggy for plenty of entertainment.

Frozen Kong toy boredom buster

This one really is extremely simple yet incredibly effective at keeping dogs entertained, great if you need to keep them inside to avoid the midday heat.

All you need to do is fill up a Kong toy with some of your dogs tails.com wet food then freeze for 6-8 hours and then expect to have one very entertained doggy.

Let us know if you give these a go. Share your snaps using the hashtag #tailsdotcom or #tailsdogfood on Instagram or tag us @tailsUK on Facebook.

We cannot wait to see your doggies enjoying your creations. If you didn’t catch part 1 take a peek here for more frozen treat ideas.

P.s. As with all treats please give under supervision and remove once they have lost interest.

 

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