10 Snacks Sure To Pupgrade Your Dog’s Independence Day

Written by: Meg Scanlon

July 4, 2015

Summer is finally here! Celebrate the warm weather with these easy, yummy, inexpensive treats. Bonus: they can be made with all organic ingredients making them healthy eats you can feel good about feeding to your best friend.

1. Ice Pops

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice… pops! Your pup will scream for these peanut butter, banana, and yogurt flavored yum yums. Make your own here.

2. Frozen Apple Bites

These very easy and very inexpensive treats are a new twist for ice cube loving dogs. Add apples and/or chicken broth and boom! Make your own here.

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3. Grain Free Zucchini Pupcakes

No grains? No problem! These grain free zucchini cupcakes are sure to please even the foodiest dog’s palate. Make your own here.


4. Patriotic Doggy Ice Cream Bones

Nothing says Happy 4th of July like these dog treats! As adorable as they are delicious! Make your own here.


5. Summer Stars

These treats will have you seeing stars! This packs layers of fruit and yogurt into a parfait of fun! Make your own here.


6. Smoothie Pupsicles

These pupsicles combine leafy greens, PB, banana, flax seed and coconut water for a healthy snack. Super cool and super refreshing. Make your own here.


7. Peanut Butter and Carob Dog Treats

These treats are no bake, so ovens need not apply. Carob provides a dog friendly chocolate substitute that’s safe and delicious. Make your own here.


8. Watermelon Pawsicles

These little yummies combine watermelon and cantaloupe for a refreshing snack. It’s also human friendly. Make your own here.


9. PB and Fruit Ice Ring

This ice ring will refresh and keep your pup busy for a while. Put in any of your little friend’s favorite treats and tada! Make your own here.


10. Frozen Dog Toys

Take existing dog toys that your little buddy loves and freeze them in water or broth for extra flavor. Their mind will be blown! Make your own here.


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Happy Fourth of July and Happy Co-Dependence Day With Your Dog!

Written by: Meg Scanlon

July 4, 2015