Be Cool and Stay Cool
with Dog Ice Cream Recipes
What's Cooking? Dog treats, of course! The Dog Treat Mixing Bowl newsletter will help you stay up-to-date on the latest recipes, ingredients, tips and techniques. Our goal is to make baking homemade dog treats simple, fun and nutritious.
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In This Issue
- Dog Ice Cream Recipes
- Take Your Dog to Work Day
- July Newsletter Sneak Peek
Ice Cream for Dogs
75..85...95...? How high do your Summer temperatures reach? You can guarantee that if it's hot for you, it's hot for your dog, too. But don't think that shade and plain water ice cubes are all that you can give your dog to cool off. Check out all of our tips and techniques for Frozen Dog Treats so you and your dog can avoid the Dog Days of Summer!
a Summer Time Favorite
How about a Dog Ice Cream recipe? No ice cream cone needed, just a bowl, please. It's easier to lick out that way! :)
By the way, you may notice that our "ice cream" recipes are made with yogurt. The reason for that is because most dogs are sensitive to milk or even lactose intolerant. A homemade dog treat made out of milk would cause major upset tummies, and be sure to ruin a fun day outside.
If your dog prefers a meaty flavor rather than sweet treats, you'll want to make some meaty Ice Cream for Dogs to cool him down this Summer.
Take Your Dog to Work Day
June 26th is Take Your Dog to Work day. If you haven't taken part in this special holiday, this is the year to do it!
One great way to convince your workmates to support the holiday, is the fact that you can promote your company by alerting the media of the special event. There are many more fantastic ideas and information on the official website for Take Your Dog to Work Day.
July Newsletter Sneak Peek
What's New for July? We're out "grilling" up mouth watering BBQ dog treat recipes. Get your dogs' absorbent towel ready, there's going to be a lot of drool next month!
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Thanks for reading. Until next month,
Happy Dog Treat Baking!