Dog Ice Lollies

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Introduction: Dog Ice Lollies

frozen lollies just for dogs

Step 1:

What you need
dog treats
gravy powder
dog chew sticks
a bowl (after this I found out you need a jug for less mess)
disposable plastic cups
access to a freezer and water

Step 2:

put some gravy powder in the jug or bowl
add some warm water and stir until it's smooth

Step 3:

Take some treats and stir them into the gravy
pour the mixture into the cup

Step 4:

put a chew stick into the mixture
put it in the freezer

Step 5:

wait for them to freeze then take them out of the freezer
take some scissors and cut a slit down the side of the cup and peel the cup off until the lolly slips out

Step 6:

Give it to dog to enjoy

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    16 Discussions

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    LyndaC21
    LyndaC21

    3 years ago

    Tuesday night made some doggy ice lollies and Ruby loved them Gemma had a go but not so sure, last night made some with peanut butter so I am sure Gemma will eat hers tonight sorry Ruby.

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    Corrie1972
    Corrie1972

    5 years ago

    what an amazing idea i do tend to give my babies ice-cream but this is so much healthier for them..thank you so much for the idea

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    RottenEgg
    RottenEgg

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I came up with an idea like this also. However I use liquid chicken or beef stock and I drop some sort of shredded meat in there.

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    Chikpea
    Chikpea

    6 years ago on Introduction

    So awesome! It seems kind of rich, though.

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thanks you can make it more watered down

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    rosaleen
    rosaleen

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea. Shall try these for my daughters dog but shall make them smaller as she is a Pomeranian. Thanks for recipie.

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    thanks

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thanks she enjoyed it a lot

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    jlepack
    jlepack

    6 years ago

    your dog is very cute

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    Abigail02
    Abigail02

    6 years ago

    This is a great idea!

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    thanks

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    kaboom949
    kaboom949

    6 years ago

    Ingenious. Thanks so much for this. With summer coming up this is going to be a staple in our house.

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thanks

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    ground up
    ground up

    6 years ago

    Nice idea that dog looks happy!

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    cpengelly
    cpengelly

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thanks she enjoyed it a lot