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Pamper your pup with an ice-cold treat that's healthier than the store-bought stuff. Not only will it help your pup avoid heat stoke when the temperature shoots up, but it tastes so good you could eat it yourself. (Seriously, try it. We dare you.)
All it takes is a few fresh blueberries and some coconut oil to make this easy treat.
Grab the recipe from Hello Nature Blog.
For a more savory (but still cool!) treat, these peanut butter, parsley, and chicken stock bites will satisfy your dog — and freshen his breath, too.
Grab the recipe from Damn Delicious.
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You love the refreshing summer fruit, so why not share with your pets? Simply freeze blended coconut milk and watermelon for this easy summertime snack.
Grab the recipe from Grrfeisty.
These frozen fruit snacks are a cool way to treat your pup. Plus, they're loaded with fiber, potassium, and vitamin C.
Grab the recipe from Pet Guide.
Your buddy will adore this sweet and salty combination that includes yogurt, applesauce, maple syrup, and bacon.
Grab the recipe from The Canine Chef Cookbook.
Fall isn't the only time of year to enjoy pumpkins, and these treats are proof.
Grab the recipe from DOGvills.
Your dogs will love this nontraditional bone made of yogurt, strawberries, and blueberries.
Grab the recipe from Doggy Dessert Chef.
Made with three simple ingredients, these homemade dog treats are the perfect creamy combo of peanut butter, yogurt, and banana. (Feel free to sneak a taste for yourself!)
Grab the recipe from Cooking With Janica.
Dust, we are so done with you.
By Carolyn Forte