Frozen Yogurt Treats Your Dog Will Love

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Your dog is in for a treat, quite literally, when you make them one of these frozen yogurt dog treats.

Frozen dog treats are great any time of the year, but especially as the weather warms up.

So why not make one, or more, of these special treats for your dog?

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Why Choose Homemade?

Opting for homemade dog treats over those you find on store shelves grants you control over your furry friend’s diet. 

Health benefits abound, as you’ll know each ingredient that goes into their snacks. 

This method allows for customization based on dietary needs or preferences, ensuring your pet enjoys every bite. 

Safety First: Ingredients to Avoid

When making homemade dog treats you need to make sure to only use dog safe ingredients and avoid foods known to be bad for dogs. 

You also need to make sure to avoid anything that contains harmful ingredients like xylitol.

Xylitol can be found in many foods, even peanut butter, so read the label before you use it in the dog treats you’re making.

Also avoid any other artificial sweeteners as dogs shouldn’t have those either (though they aren’t as bad as xylitol).

Tips for Making Homemade Frozen Dog Treats

It’s best to use plain Greek yogurt when making frozen dog treats with yogurt; most dogs can tolerate it better than regular yogurt.

To make these treats, you can use basic ice cube trays to make frozen dog treats, but I prefer these paw and bone silicone molds when I make them myself.

You can also use silicone cupcake liners or small paper cups.

Just be sure to size your treats for the size of your dog.

Either use smaller molds for smaller dogs or don’t fill the larger molds full.

Large dogs can have larger treats, but it’s never a bad idea to make smaller treats for them either.

Store frozen dog treats in an airtight container in the freezer until you are ready to feed them to your dog.

Dog Treats Made With Yogurt

There are many ways you can use yogurt to make homemade treats for your dog.

Pumpkin Ice Cream for Dogs

Bone shaped pumpkin ice cream for dogs.

With only two ingredients, pumpkin ice cream for dogs is easy to make.

You just take some pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling) and plain yogurt and mix it together.

Once it’s had time to freeze, take it out of the molds and store them in a freezer bag in the freezer.

Strawberry Ice Cream for Dogs

Close up of paw shaped strawberry ice cream for dogs.

This homemade dog treat recipe is made with three ingredients, strawberries, Greek yogurt, and water.

The strawberries are pureed with the water in a food processor or blender.

The strawberry puree is then added to the yogurt to make strawberry ice cream for dogs.

Frozen Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats

Paw shaped frozen pumpkin dog treats

Frozen peanut butter pumpkin dog treats are made with natural peanut butter, pumpkin puree, and plain Greek yogurt.

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and put them in the molds you are using.

Leave them in the freezer for several hours and you have homemade frozen yogurt dog treats ready for your dog.

Homemade Frozen Fresh Breath Dog Treats

Paw shaped frozen mint dog treats.

Frozen fresh breath dog treats do double duty. 

Not only are they a tasty treat for your dog, but they may also improve their breath.
I say may as I have two poop eaters no matter what I do, so their breath is nasty no matter what I do (even store bought breath freshening treats don’t give my dogs good smelling breath).

And with only three ingredients, these are easy to make and my dogs like them.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Frozen Dog Treats

3 paw print shaped peanut butter and jelly dog treats.

Who doesn’t enjoy a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? 

Okay, I know there are some, but let’s not diss the classic.

Since my dogs love peanut butter, there was no reason to not make them their own peanut butter and jelly frozen dog treats.

This recipe has four ingredients, though you could cut it down to just three ingredients if you use only one type of berry instead of both strawberries and blueberries.

Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats

Frozen watermelon and yogurt dog treats

It’s easy to make watermelon and yogurt frozen dog treats.

​To make them you just add the yogurt and watermelon to a blender or food processor and make a puree.

Then pour the yogurt mixture into your silicone dog treat molds and freeze.

A few hours later you have a treat ready for your dog.

Frozen Pineapple Dog Treats

A close up image of frozen pineapple dog treats

Dogs adore the refreshing tang and the icy delight of frozen pineapple dog treats.

Imagine combining the goodness of yogurt with the sweetness of pineapple to create a healthy, homemade treat for your dog. 

Making these frozen pineapple dog treats is not only easy but gives your dog a new treat to try.

Frozen Blueberry Dog Treats

A closeup of blueberry frozen dog treats.

Frozen blueberry dog treats are packed with nutrients. 

Blueberries, safe pet treats renowned for their antioxidants, pair with yogurt to create a delicious doggie dessert.

Your pet’s snack time turns into a delightful experience with these homemade dog treats. 

Ice Cream for Dogs

Ice cube shaped icecream for dogs.

Last, but not least, the simple ice cream for dogs frozen treat.

Regular, for human ice cream, is too high in sugar and frequently has additional ingredients, like chocolate, that are bad for dogs.

But when you make doggie ice cream, you are using only dog safe ingredients including ripe bananas, peanut butter, and of course, Greek yogurt.

Whip up a batch of ice cream for dogs and let your dog have some while you enjoy a bowl of your own ice cream.

Making your own homemade frozen dog treats lets you control what goes into it.

Try some of these recipes and see what your dog likes!

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