Frozen dog treats – keep your pup cool this summer

Summer means warm weather. Keeping cool is a challenge for everyone. Everyone appreciates a cool treat on hot days, including dogs. That’s why these frozen dog treats are the perfect thing to help your pup beat the summer heat. With a few simple ingredients and a bit of time in the freezer, you will have a bunch of treats ready for your pooch. Your dog will be thrilled if you make these for them.

Of course, if you are looking for a different option, you can always make these peanut butter dog treats. Dogs go crazy for them! They can also be placed in the freezer for a deliciously cool and crunchy treat.

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Frozen Dog Treats

Salmon Treats


  • 2 cans of salmon
  • 1 carrot, chopped
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 cup of yogurt
  • 4 spinach leaves


  1. Blend salmon, including bones in a food processor.
  2. Add in all other ingredients and blend until smooth.
  3. Scoop into silicone molds and place them in the freezer.
  4. Once frozen, remove from mold, place into a bag, and store in the freezer.

Peanut Butter and Broth Treats



  1. Drizzle a small bit of peanut butter into each cavity of a silicone mold.
  2. Add a few berries to each one.
  3. Fill the cavity with the broth.
  4. Place in the freezer.
  5. Once frozen, remove from mold, place into a bag, and store in the freezer.

Sweet Potato Treats



  1. Peel and chop sweet potato. Place into a pot full of water and boil until soft.
  2. Drain water. Add in coconut oil and mash until smooth.
  3. Scoop into silicone molds and place them in the freezer. Once frozen, remove from molds, place in a bag, and store in the freezer.

So which one is the best? Penny thinks the peanut butter and broth ones are pretty amazing. However, she will gladly eat any on a warm day.


  1. I imagine Penny was generously rewarded for her patience during these photos!

    I’m keeping these in mind for my dog. Needless to say, it’s hot here in TX during the summer.

    1. Oh yes, she got a few treats and plenty of love afterward. I’m sure your dog would appreciate some of them in that Texas heat.

  2. Penny is so cute. I used to do this for my dog in the summer. He would have loved the salmon treat and turned his nose up to the peanut butter. He was not a fan of peanut butter. Thanks for sharing. Gotta keep our four-legged friends cool during the summer heat.

    1. My dog would love the peanut butter ones! I’ll have to try these for him. 🙂

      1. I hope he enjoys them when you do give them a try.

    2. Thank you. She is cute and she knows it. I’m actually surprised that he would have turned his nose up at the peanut butter ones. I have yet to meet a dog that doesn’t like peanut butter but I guess there are some out there.

  3. These sound great and would definitely be a huge bonus where we live since the heat is pretty ridiculous for 90% of the year. Will have to give all of these a try and see which ones Connor and Echo prefer. You know..for science.

    1. Yes, you definitely need to make your dogs some cool treats. I sure they will love all of them.

    1. That’s great. Always handy to know what dog treats to make.

  4. This is such an awesome idea!!It had never occurred to me, and my dogs love chewing plain boring ice cubes! They will love this!!! Thanks for sharing!

    1. It’s an easy thing to overlook. If they love plain ice cubes then they will absolutely love these.

    1. I’m sure they will enjoy them!

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