Easy Frozen Dog Treats




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This instructable is great to give your dog or puppy when they are being a pain,if it's a hot day or your just feeling generous and many other reasons.
This instructable is very simple but dogs love it, well my dog loves it. If your dog loves stuffing their face with food this is great for them because the treats are in the middle of the ice so they'll be working hard to get the treats out!
By the way with the container I think the size of the container depends on the dog like say if it was a King Charles spaniel I'd recommend one of those small containers and if it was a Great Dane I'd use one of those giant containers! :)
What you will need:
. Dry dog food
. Water
. Container

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Step 1: Pouring in the Dog Treats

First take your container and fill it with treats,do not fill it to the top otherwise there will be no room for the water.
I Add a little less then 1 quarter of dog treats into the container.

Step 2: Pouring in the Water

Add tap water until the water reaches the half way line.
It does not matter is the dog treats float around, that's natural!

Step 3: Putting It in the Freezer

Now all you have to do is put it in the freezer and wait....
Check on it every some time to see if it's turned into ice yet(when I mean every some time I mean every couple hours!)
Warning: do not put in the fridge,if you then I won't freeze into ice!
If you don't need it when it's all set just keep it in the freezer until you want to give it to your dog or puppy! :)

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    8 Discussions

    The cloud 1808

    3 years ago

    but be carful some plastics will bust and it will freeze like a water fall it's cool but it's ampain to clean it up

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    DoggyMANIA6105The cloud 1808

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thinner plastics may break easily and it will freeze in irregular shapes or using bendable plastics may also cause it to make iregular shapes but a strong hard container like the one shown should not break unless it has been dropped from a great-ish height and it be cracked. But that would take some time for the crack to open up to let the treat out.

    Braza Rayquaza11

    4 years ago

    It's a great idea! Making a big one is a good idea for keeping my dog occupied because he can be quite naughty!


    4 years ago on Introduction

    I guess this will make one big dog treat since you don't talk about cutting it. I think it is a good idea and I may try it but I might do it in ice trays so that the treats are a smaller size. I have never heard of or thought of making frozen dog treats like this but my dog loves ice so I think I will try it. Thanks!


    4 years ago on Introduction

    I forget if my frozen ice cube things are dog food/treats or human, so it might be good to identify the container. Don't wash the plastic with high temperatures; then maybe there won't be toxicity from the plastic added to the food. THANKS!


    4 years ago

    yup, we do that through summer every year. Kudo for sharing it with the world. ☺


    4 years ago

    My dog loved your treat
    Thank you.