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Watermelon Dog Treat Popsicles

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Watermelon dog treats are the ultimate dog popsicles. And best of all, it only takes a minute to make. Also great for using up leftover watermelon.

Happy 4th Gatcha Day, Oscar. we love you Celebrate today with your favorite watermelon dog treat.

watermelon popsicles for dogs

I can’t believe our sweet Oscar has been with us for 4 years already! It’s hard to imagine our life without him.

I’ve been saying for years that I’m not a dog person, so I had to take that word for granted. He has become part of our family and I love him dearly.

Over the past few years, many of us have shared our excitement of getting a dog for the first time.

You’ve messaged me with countless tips and endless pieces of advice, and I love them all. So I thought I’d share with you some of our pup’s favorite treats.

frozen watermelon dog treats

dog popsicle

When Oscar first arrived, several people sent me recipes for their favorite homemade dog treats. By far the most popular treat was the watermelon dog treat, made simply by mixing the fruit with a dollop of yogurt to make a dog popsicle.

The combination also became Oscar’s favorite snack. I was annoyed when he floated near the freezer and peeked inside to see where the treats were.

Blend watermelon and yogurt for a great frozen treat.

watermelon dog treats

Fortunately, these are very easy to make. Place the cut watermelon in a blender, add a spoonful of yogurt, and blend until liquid.

Pour the fruit mix into an ice cube tray (or these trays). cute footprints!) Freeze until firm. Place frozen cubes in an airtight container and store in the freezer.

popsicle molds for dog treats

dog popsicle recipe

These frozen treats are so easy to make that I usually use whatever fruit I have on hand. Overripe banana? check. Berries? check. cantaloupe? check.

I use about 1/4 cup yogurt for every 2 cups of chopped fruit. that’s it. Simply mix them together and pour into ice cube trays or molds.

frozen watermelon popsicles for dogs

No need to worry about spilling or messing up your molds when making. Simply set the mold in the sheet pan to catch any spills. Freeze on a tray and easily remove the cubes when frozen.

We hope your pup enjoys these treats a little bit as much as Oscar did.

First meeting with Oscar

I picked up my Oscar on Father’s Day the year we moved to Ohio, and we surprised the kids together when we picked them up from camp the next day.

Our youngest son has wanted a dog for as long as we can remember and said he would look for one when he settled in Ohio.

Our family found a perfect match for the Oscar statuette. He’s the sweetest dog I’ve ever known and the best gift we’ve ever had in our lives.

His chin is now almost entirely gray, with gray hair scattered throughout his coat. It just makes our sweet son even more special.

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Portion: 12 bite size dog treats

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  • Mix watermelon and yogurt with a mixer. Blend until smooth. Pour into molds or ice cube trays.

  • Place in the freezer until the mold hardens. Transfer to an airtight container and store in the freezer.

calorie: 11kcal · carbohydrates: 2g · protein: 1g · obesity: 1g · saturated fat: 1g · cholesterol: 1mg · sodium: 3mg · potassium: 36mg · fiber: 1g · sugar: 2g · Vitamin A: 149IU · Vitamin C: 2mg · calcium: 8mg · iron: 1mg

{Initial publication date June 16, 2020 – notes and photos updated June 15, 2023}

watermelon dog popsicle

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