Frosty Paws from Purina is a tasty treat for our pups
Have you ever seen a box labeled Frosty Paws in the ice cream section of the grocery store? Did you know that these Purina treats were for dogs? (Honestly, I didn’t even realize they came from Purina until I did my research and snagged a box for our staff pup.)
Perhaps what stood out to me about this frozen dog treat is the fact that these little ice cream inspired cups come in two different flavors. And that’s not all, as these treats are also good for our dogs too.
Not only does Frosty Paws give our dogs something tasty to enjoy, but also offers them vitamins and minerals to help give them the nutrition they need. Plus, it is important to note that there is no added sugar in these treats, even if they do come across as an ice cream cup.
Two flavors of Frosty Paws for pups to enjoy
These frozen treats come in both Original Flavor and Peanut Butter Flavor, giving our dogs two different icy treats. And while Purina made it clear that the Peanut Butter Frosty Paws is tasty enough to have our dogs performing tricks, the Original Flavor is nothing to turn your (or at least your dog’s) head away from.
In fact, I admit that our staff pup was actually more of a fan of the Original Flavor treat cups. I would say that having four treats in a box was almost not enough because they went through these packs much quicker than I expected.
When it comes to giving our pups a treat, it can be nice to mix things up and give them something new that is also good for them. And with Frosty Paws from Purina, our pups are getting a treat that delivers on flavor, nutritional value, and fun.
I love ice cream. Our pups love ice cream. And now they can enjoy a frozen treat that was designed just for them! (Yes, I know this treat has been around for years, but sometimes we find something new when we are looking for something different to treat our pups with.)
Has your pup tried Frosty Paws frozen dog treats? Do they enjoy this icy treat? Which flavor is their favorite? Tell us in the comments.