By Brinda Thaker*

CHEESY POPSICLES

What We Need:

* Grated carrot

* Grated cheese or cottage cheese 

* A few finger-sized cut out carrot piece 

How to Prepare it:

* Bind the two and make a ball out of them. 

* Insert one finger-sized cut out carrot to each popsicle.

* Put them in the fridge to cool for about 10 minutes and voila!! 

Points to Note:

* Make sure you use more carrot in proportion as compared to the cheese as we want to feed them cheese in moderation. 

* The size can be from small, medium to one big popsicle. 

* Feed in moderation, just as a mini snack on special occasions.

* Keep in mind your dog’s age, breed, allergies before offering new treats.

PUMPKIN AND CHICKEN POPSICLES

This is best given in an ice cube form

What you need: 

* Pureed pumpkin (1 cup) 

* Chicken broth with a few shreds of chicken. (2 cups) 

* Clear out an ice cube tray 

How to Prepare it:

* Mix the pumpkin puree and the chicken broth in a bowl 

* Stir well

* Add the portion to the ice tray 

* Freeze it 

Once it’s ready, pamper them with a flavoured ice cube occasionally or as a quick snack to keep them busy.

Points to Note:

 * Give the frozen popsicles in moderation. Twice a week in the monsoon is more than enough. 

* Give them frequently on hot sunny days.

* Keep in mind your dog’s age, breed, allergies before offering new treats.  

* Do not feed them frozen ice cubes everyday. 

Super easy! Isn’t it?

Do try these recipes at home to reward your beloved pets. If you recreate this recipe, then share pictures of your super treats with us at creaturecompanion@lbassociates.com or post your pictures on instagram and tag us @creature_companion.

You can also share your own unique and interesting recipes with us. Your treats may get a chance to get displayed on our page and will surely deserve a mention in our succeeding edition.

* The author is a Dog Trainer and Behaviourist for over 8 years now. She started her pet bakery in 2014 with the name ‘Brinda’s Pet Bakery’. It specializes in all natural – gourmet dog treats!! It offers gluten free and a few options of grain free treats as well. Custom made treats are also available for dogs with medical conditions or allergies. Brinda’s Pet Bakery is totally Human Grade!

Contact her for homemade and healthy dog treats at brindaspetbakery@gmail.com

Instagram: @brindathaker

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