Healthy Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

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If you’ve been following my blog for a while you already know how important it is to get and keep our gut microbiomes healthy. Aside from soul and spirit, your gut is the epicenter of your body. If it’s unhealthy (candida, leaky gut, stress, etc.), you’re unhealthy.

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Well the same goes for your pets!

You can feed them special pet probiotics, or make your own probiotic treats, it’s very easy.

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But remember (!!) dogs and other animals can’t eat a lot of things that we can eat.

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Here’s a few lists to check so you can make sure you’re choosing the right fruits and vegetables to feed your favorite fur babies.

Fruits & Veggies For Pets

10 Best Fruits & Vegetables for Dogs

Dog Approved People Food

All you need are a few fruits and vegetables, plain greek yogurt, mini ice cube trays, and a blender. It’s that simple. I used 1 Cup of plain greek yogurt, about 1/4 cup spinach, about 3/4 cup of blueberries, 1/4 cup mango, and one very ripe frozen banana. You can check the lists and add anything in any combination you may think your pets will enjoy.

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Put it all in a blender, whiz it up, and then pour it into mini-ice cube trays. I put mine on a cookies sheet and stuck them in the freezer for two hours to set before removing them from the trays. Then, I shook them out into a storage container and popped them back in the freezer where they’ll last at least a month.

It’s very convenient to just grab a couple to feed your pets each day. Their small enough that they can be eaten quickly without making a mess. If you have really small pets, I would cut them in half after removing them from the trays.

SO easy and your pets will love having a special, healthy treat added to their diet!

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Here’s a list of foods NOT to feed your pets:

Foods You Should NOT Feed Your Dogs

Dangerous Foods Your Dogs Should Never Eat

What Foods Are Toxic For Dogs

2 thoughts on “Healthy Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

  1. This is really helpful and I’ll share your post on my FB page as it’s really important to know what foods we can and cannot feed to our dogs. These frozen treats would be perfect for the hot weather we’re having at the moment xx

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