Easy Puppy Popsicles w/ Pumpkin and Yogurt

April 03, 2019


Super Easy ~ Puppy Popsicle's!

First of all ~ please only use organic, natural yogurt without artificial or fake sugars.  Artificial sugars are harmful to dogs.  Additionally, only use 100% natural can pumpkin. The "pie" filling variety has the spices in the mixture; do not use that for your pup.

Simply mix yogurt with pumpkin; one to one ratio.  Half yogurt, half pumpkin.

Spoon into your ice cube trays and freeze.  Remove from trays and package in freezer bags for easy access.

I like Stonyfield Organic® YoBaby Yogurt and 100% Natural, organic canned pumpkin from Sprouts.

Also If you have a big pup - like we do; please cut the frozen treat in half or thirds - to ensure there isn't a choking hazard.


by TR Hughes, © 2008 - 2019 GuideToLifeForWomen.com. All rights reserved worldwide.  >> Health and nutrition information provided is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended to be used as a substitute for advice provided by your physician, nutritionist, or health care provider. You should not use this information for diagnosing or treating any health condition or disease or for prescribing medications and/or other treatments. Please consult your health care provider or nutritionist before starting any new diet or exercise program. Information and statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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