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"Pupsicle" Doggie Bites


I have a few doggie treats in my library for all you pet lovers out there.However my one yorkie Riley gets kidney stones.I was under the impression that he could have some of these ingredients.I found out the type of stones he gets he is not allowed anything but his special dog food poor guy.The vet said you can take the canned food of his special dog food and make little meatballs.I have two other yorkies but don't think it is fair for them to get goodies Riley can't have.So I will leave these recipes on here for all of you who love to pamper your fur kids.PLEASE when you are prepairing a recipe for your beloved pet Always remeber artifical sugar is fatal to your baby's!PLEASE always check with your vet to find out if it is ok for them to have the ingredients in my recipes.Thank you for looking at my recipes and loving your fur baby like I do.Enjoy

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  • 1 ripe medium banana
  • 1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
  • 2 containers (6 oz each) Yoplait® Greek Fat Free plain yogurt


Servings 16
Preparation time 10mins
Cooking time 140mins


Step 1

In blender or food processor, place all ingredients. Cover; blend about 30 seconds or until smooth, stopping frequently to scrape sides.

Spoon about 2 tablespoons mixture into each section of ice cube tray or small waxed paper cups. Freeze at least 2 hours until solid.

Pop out of ice cube tray or peel paper cup away, and place pops in resealable freezer plastic bag until ready to serve.

Check with your vet to make sure these treats fit into your dog's diet. Check the recipe for any known foods or ingredients your pet may be allergic to.

Tiny bite-sized treats are better than monster sized. Just enough to cool down the little ones (furry or not!).

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