Help your dog survive the heat: DIY Pupsicles!
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Help your dog survive the heat: DIY Pupsicles!

Jan 16, 2024

Using Doggy Daily’s nutritious Pupnut Butter, these pupsicles are super easy to make. You can swap out banana for other dog-friendly fruits or vegetable purees if your doggo isn’t a banana fan.

Not only is Doggy Daily Pupnut butter a delicious treat for your doggo, it’s also nutritionally rich, providing nutrients and fibre as well as protein and healthy fats. It’s also a good source of folic acid for cell growth and magnesium to assist cells metabolize B complex vitamins.




Doggy Daily Pupnut Butter

Plain dog-friendly yoghurt or dairy-free alternative



  1. Mix all ingredients together in a blender until smooth.
  2. Pour mixture into paper cups, ice cube trays or ice block moulds and freeze for at least 4 hours. You could use your doggo’s favourite treat or biscuits as popsicle sticks.
  3. Remove pupsicles from moulds or paper cups and serve!



  • You could add a bit of water or low-sodium broth to your pupsicle mixture for added hydration
  • Experiment with different dog-friendly fruits and vegetables to add variety and maximise nutritional benefits. Blueberries, strawberries, and pumpkin are good options.
  • Ensure the mixture is a bit runny before freezing to make it easier for dogs to enjoy. The texture should be firm but not too hard.
  • Be mindful of the temperature; overly cold treats might be uncomfortable for sensitive teeth. Slightly softer pupsicles may be suitable for elderly dogs or those with dental issues.
  • Store the pupsicles in an airtight container to maintain freshness and prevent freezer burn.


Remember to tailor the recipe to your dog's preferences and dietary needs. Enjoy making these delightful pupsicles for your furry friend!

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