32 oz plain yogurt
Blend all together and spoon into ice-cube trays (who remembers those?!?) or Dixie cups or egg cartons. Freeze until solid. Serve individually to your pups.
For those remaining hot days of summer plan on serving these out-of-doors (they are messy) for your pups to enjoy.
Your dogs may enjoy small bites of watermelon, berries, carrots, apples or cheese. Your cats might like zucchini, cantaloupe or leafy green veggies.
Our three dogs sit at attention politely waiting on a spoonful of plain fat-free Greek yogurt or cottage cheese.
Just remember that portion size matters and calories do count. Think 1/8 inch square for a cat or small dog and 1/4 inch square for a larger dog.
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