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Ice pups™ are make-at-home grain free treats for dogs and cats. Serve them frozen or warm for a like homemade treat.
Ice Pups can be served three ways! During the winter months, offer as warm & nourishing broth that tastes divine. Ideal after playing in the snow! In summer, serve Ice Pups as a chilled refreshing beverage, or freeze the liquid in ice cube trays to make a healthy, puppy-sorbet!
Ice Pups are also highly sought-after for dogs and cats with kidney problems or for post-operative recovery when they benefit from increased fluid intake.
16 reviews for ice pups view all
Written by Bri | 10/9/12I got this for my pugs, who are the hallmark of their breed and are intolerant to really hot or really cold weather, which we get a lot of in Canada. After a walk on a hot day in the dog park, I will give them ice pups frozen. This seems to help cool them off and they go bonkers for them. As the weather is turning to freezing at night now I have discovered the other use of ice pups and that is to serve it as a warm broth. I fill their water dish with the broth and they are constantly shoving their way around the dish to see who can get more. As with all of the HK products I have tried, it is reassuring that this even smells yummy to me. Good thing I have an easier time of cooling down and warming up then my pugs or I just may be tempted!
Written by Marcia | 7/19/12I love your Ice Pups for our Ibizans. The enjoy the col liquid goodness after a walk in the morning on hot days, but have just discovered a NEW option! I make their food fresh daily with turkey, rice and vegetables, but they definitely get BORED with the simplistic thought healthy diet. I started adding a few tablespoons of Ice Pups to the meal while cookingthey LOVE it!
Written by Joe | 7/7/12I wanted to share a summer treat idea thats really been a hitespecially if you have a dedicated chewer who loves Ice Pups! Plug the bottom of a small kong with a ball of plastic wrap and then place the kong in a large mug with the big hole facing upwards (the mug should be large enough that the kong isnt wedged in there). Then pour Ice Pups broth into the big hole until it reaches the top, then put the mug in the freezer. The broth will freeze inside the kong and make an engaging summertime treat! Just pull out the plastic wrap at the bottom and toss the kong to your pup! My dog will hold it in her front paws and lick away at it until it finally melts enough that she can get to the slushy part!
Dehydrated chicken, turkey, whey, dandelion, asparagus, watercress, honey and parsley
Guaranteed analysisProtein, 43.70%