Keep Your Dog Cool This Spring Break With Frosty Pupsicle Paws

Written by: Ally Nesmith

March 20, 2016

Welcome to BarkBites! Each week we’ll show you how to whip up a quick, easy, and delicious treat for your pooch. What are you waiting for?! Let’s get cookin’!

Now that Spring has sprung, the temps are getting higher, the shorts are getting shorter, everyone is stirring to life and is so motherpuppin’ ready for some sunshine.

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Whether you and your dog are gonna hit the beach, the trail, or just soak in some sun at the park, these Frosty Pupsicle Paws are a refreshing, healthy way to help both of you keep your cool.


Whachu’ Need:

– Fresh Strawberries
– Greek or Probiotic Yogurt


Whachu’ Gonna Do:

Spoon the yogurt into a mixing bowl and stir thoroughly. If the yogurt seems too thick to pour easily, thin it out with water. Pour the yogurt into an ice tray or silicone baking mold, filling each trough only halfway. Freeze the yogurt for one hour.


In the meantime, chop the tops off of the strawberries and transfer from your cutting board into a food processor. Blend until berries are completely pureed.


Remove frozen paws from the freezer and top each with the strawberry puree. Return to the freezer for another hour.

That’s it! Once the paws are completely frozen, they’re ready to be enjoyed.


Note: Yogurt is a safe, nutritious treat for your dog but some don’t react well to dairy. If you’re unsure about your pup, start them off with only one treat.

See you next week!

Written by: Ally Nesmith

March 20, 2016