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10 Homemade Frozen Dog Treat Recipes (Vet-Approved)

On a hot summer day, you’re reaching for ice cream or a popsicle. Why not treat your dog to something similar? Luckily, there are many vet-approved ingredients that freeze perfectly into refreshing treats.

We’ve put together this list of 10 easy and healthy homemade frozen dog treat recipes to get you started. You can use many different flavorings (though peanut butter is popular)! Make sure you talk to your veterinarian before feeding your dog something new.

Ready to learn how to make frozen dog treats of your own? Here are our favorite homemade frozen dog treats:

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10 Easy Frozen Dog Treat Recipes:

1. Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Dog Treat Recipe

This recipe is as easy as it sounds: just freeze a mixture of yogurt, peanut butter, and bananas. All you need is a silicone mold or ice cube tray and a couple of hours! Get the full recipe here.

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2. Berry Yogurt Frozen Treats

Have some frozen berries on hand? You’ll love this recipe, which uses frozen blueberries and strawberries to make fun yogurt-based dog treats. Get the full recipe here.

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3. Elvis Frozen Dog Treats

What’s more Elvis than the combination of peanut butter, bananas, and bacon? Whether or not his last name is Presley, your dog will enjoy these tasty frozen treats. Get the full recipe here.

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4. Breath-Freshening Frozen Dog Treats

A tasty treat that will improve your dog’s breath? Sign us up! This recipe from Damn Delicious combines chicken stock, peanut butter, and breath-friendly parsley. Get the full recipe here.

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5. Dog Bone Frozen Treats

This is a basic frozen dog treat recipe — with an ingenious twist! You don’t need molds or popsicle sticks to make the perfect pup-sicle. Freeze yogurt, peanut butter, and banana in disposable cups and stick in nylon dog bones as handles. The result? Adorable popsicles that your pup can chew on when the treat’s gone. Get the full recipe here.

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6. Allergy-Friendly Frozen Dog Treats

If your dog has food allergies, you may want to consider this recipe, which uses just four ingredients: pumpkin, yogurt, honey, and a banana. Pour the mixture into a cute silicone mold and you’ll have magazine-worthy treats! Get the full recipe here.

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7. Fancy Pup-Sicles

We’re pretty sure these are human-grade, so you might want to make a double batch. These gourmet popsicles combine peanut butter, yogurt, and blueberries, topped off with a “popsicle stick” made of dog biscuits, chicken jerky, or even frozen fish! Get the full recipe here.

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8. Smoothie Dog Popsicles

What sounds more refreshing than a frozen smoothie? We think your dog will agree! This recipe uses strawberries and bananas to make stunning pink popsicles. Get the full recipe here.

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9. Frozen Chicken Soup for Dogs

This recipe is essentially dog-friendly chicken soup, complete with peas and carrots, that’s frozen into popsicle molds. A refreshing savory snack for your favorite dog! Get the full recipe here.

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10. Simple Frozen Dog Treat

We wrap up our list of easy frozen dog treat recipes with another simple one: yogurt, peanut butter, and a banana. Using a mini dog biscuit as a handle puts this treat over the top! Get the full recipe here.

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The Bottom Line

There you have it: 10 vet-approved recipes that your dog is guaranteed to love! We hope you loved learning how to make frozen dog treats. Whether you choose a fruit smoothie or a peanut butter bacon treat, we’re sure that your dog will feel refreshed. Cool down a hot day with a frozen delight!

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