The summer heat may be difficult for our animal friends. There’s no better way to show them how much we care about them than by providing them with some refreshing summer treats. Serve these to your canine companion and watch them enjoy this crunchy and creamy summer delight.
Frozen Yoghurt Drops for Dogs: Yoghurt is a nutritious and pleasant treat for dogs, and freezing it transforms it into a cool summer snack. Combine plain yoghurt and organic peanut butter in a silicone mould and freeze for four hours.
Salmon Cat Treats: This dish is a high-protein, low-carb food that cats will like. Mix together the canned salmon, grated parmesan cheese, oats, and egg yolks until well combined. Form teeny patties and bake at 350°F for 10 minutes. And there you have it—your kitties will adore them.
Blueberry Pupsicles: Popsicles aren’t just for humans; they’re also popular with dogs. Blend plain yoghurt, blueberries, and banana in a blender, then pour into popsicle moulds. On hot summer days, freeze them for six hours and let your dog lick them for a wonderful, refreshing treat.
Tuna Catnip Cookies: This recipe is a nutritious and pleasant way to supplement your cat’s diet with omega-3 fatty acids. Mix together the canned tuna, flour, egg, and catnip until smooth. Bake them for 15 minutes at 350°F and enjoy your cat’s new favourite summer treat.
Watermelon Dog Treats: Watermelon is a fruit that is low in calories, hydrating, and dog friendly. In a mixing bowl, combine watermelon and plain yoghurt in small, bite-sized pieces. Fill a silicone mould halfway with the mixture and place it in the freezer for six hours. Your pet will like his new popsicles.
Sweet Potato Chews for Dogs: Sweet potatoes are a high nutrition treat that contains vitamin A, potassium, and iron. Cut them into thin slices and bake them for three hours at a low temperature (250°F). Give them to your dog as a healthy snack, and he’ll be entertained for a while with his summer treat.
Tuna Cat Treats with Parsley: These Tuna Cat Treats with Parsley will add some healthy greens to your cat’s diet. Combine canned tuna, one egg, flour, parsley, and a splash of milk until well combined. Form teeny balls and bake for 15 minutes at 300°F. These treats will also benefit your cat’s oral hygiene.
Carrot and Apple Dog Biscuits: These crunchy and delicious dog biscuits are ideal for summer adventures. To make a dough, combine grated carrots, grated apples, flour, and an egg. Bake the biscuits for 20 minutes at 350°F. These healthy and refreshing treats will be a hit with your pet.