Dog Popsicles recipe a fun summer treat for your favorite canine

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This Dog Popsicles recipe from Chewy is a fun summer treat you can make at home.

A Dog Popsicles recipe from Chewy‘s Pet Central blog can make a delicious and easy fun summer treat for your favorite canine as the weather heats up.

Summertime can bring dangers, which are obviously something to look out for, but it can also bring amazing games of fetch and dog-friendly backyard tips.

Chewy also made a handy video guide for this recipe, if visual learning works better for your cooking habits.

To begin, you’ll need to assemble the following ingredients: One cup of bone broth (no onions or garlic, dogs can’t eat those), 25-30 fresh blueberries, four medium strawberries, half a cup of dried apples, one kale leaf, and six beef gullet sticks.

Other useful things to have include Popsicle molds, a knife, a cutting board, aluminum foil, a resealable plastic bag (like a Ziploc bag), and a rolling pin.

First, you fill each Popsicle mold about halfway full with bone broth. Then wash the blueberries and drop four or five into each mold. After that, you wash the strawberries and slice them into thin strips, which you divide evenly among the molds.

Next, you crush the dried apple chips and distribute them evenly among the molds as well. Then cut the kale leaf into bits and distribute as a garnish.

Next, you cover the ends of the Popsicle molds with aluminum foil and slice a small X in the middle, sticking the beef gullet stick through the X. Freeze for about six hours, or overnight if that’s easier.

Then once they’re ready, remove from the freezer and thaw the treat for about 10 seconds under hot water, then serve to your pup!

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Dog Popsicles are a bit more labor-intensive than baking dog cookies, for example, but could be a fun experiment to try, especially if there are kids in the house going stir-crazy from the quarantine.