Our summer series concludes today with sweet, refreshing recipe. Part 5 of our Foods to Cool your Canine series – KiwiMelon Kups. This recipe uses 2 cooling ingredients: watermelon and kiwi. They are served frozen.
We begin this recipe with the following ingredients:
Our summer series continues today with a fishy recipe for Fido. Part 4 of our Foods to Cool your Canine series – Fetching Fish Sticks. This recipe uses 3 cooling ingredients: white fish, cauliflower, and flax seed. They can be served frozen or lightly baked.
Our summer series continues today with fruity recipe for Fido. Part 3 of our Foods to Cool your Canine series – Nana Nibblers. This recipe uses 4 cooling ingredients: banana, yogurt, orange, and apple. They can be served fresh or as a frozen treat.
Our summer series continues today with a mouthwatering meaty recipe. Part 2 of our Foods to Cool your Canine series – Burger Bites. This recipe uses 3 cooling ingredients: ground beef, lettuce, and tomato. They can be served lightly baked or raw.
Summer is upon us! The heat has descended and our pups are looking for the shade or a cool spot with a water bowl. We’re launching a new series this week that shares 5 new recipes using naturally cooling foods. This means these ingredients will cool your pup from the i...