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    I read somewhere about mixing dog meat with half water smooshin it all together and freezing it is nice for the dogs in the hot weather. It said they will get extra water from the lolly to avoid dehydration and the coolness of an ice lolly is tasty and refreshing for them.
    Whats your opinions on this for a bully? Good or bad idea?
    Xx.Demari-Jay & Meeko.xX

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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    I know @desertskybulldogs makes frozen treats for her crew with fresh veggies mixed in.

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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    Quote Originally Posted by MeekosMummy View Post
    I read somewhere about mixing dog meat with half water smooshin it all together and freezing it is nice for the dogs in the hot weather. It said they will get extra water from the lolly to avoid dehydration and the coolness of an ice lolly is tasty and refreshing for them.
    Whats your opinions on this for a bully? Good or bad idea?
    Sounds like a great idea to me! I'm all for fun/creative "recipes" for our bullies. Keeps them (and us) on our toes!




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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    Could be a great treat to have!

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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    We make frozen treats using yogurt and various fruit concoctions. Harlea has loved everything we have tried so far.

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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    Can someone give me the recipe for the veggie or the yoghurt ones pretty please id rather a healthy treat for Meeko than the dog meat
    Xx.Demari-Jay & Meeko.xX

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    Default Re: ice lollies for hot weather

    We live in a very warm part of Australia and Dexter gets Pupsicle treats quite often to cool him down. I haven't done the yoghurt and fruit ones but I definitely will now. The ones we make him are with left over meat and vege juice frozen in ice-trays. Haven't tried them myself but he seems to love them. Also I'm on the look out for a bone mold to make a bigger treat, I'm hopping it will last longer that way.


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