What are Natural Fruit Popsicles Dog Recipes? With the onset of summer and heat, many dogs lose their appetite. High temperatures invite them to drink a lot and eat little, so one way to lower the high temperatures is to make one of the easiest recipes: natural fruit ice cream. How? Put on the apron!
- Assorted fruits: apples, pears, pineapple, watermelon, melon, orange, etc.
Natural Fruit Popsicles Dog Recipes
- Depending on the size of your dog, choose a mold where you can make ice cream. You can even choose the shape! From a cupcake pan to a standard ice bucket, plastic cups, etc.
- You can make ice cream for dogs in four ways. The simplest is in liquid form, that is, to make fruit juice and freeze this juice to give it later to your dog.
- Another way is to chop the fruits, put them in the holes, fill the remaining spaces with water, and put them in the freezer.
- The third is to mix the juice with pieces of fruit. And finally, you can puree the fruit and freeze that puree, so it’ll be more like ice cream than a popsicle.
Either way, these are the maximum ingredients you can put in. Never add sugar. It is forbidden for the dog! And something you need to keep in mind is not to give the ice cream directly to the dog from the freezer because you could burn his tongue with the cold.
Wait a few minutes (for the ice not to melt), then choose a place where your dog can lick the ice.
Also, watch out for the seeds! Many fruit seeds are poisonous, so be careful not to run out of any inside the post.
And, finally, to say that you can always accompany your dog by eating another popsicle: natural, healthy and super fresh.