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Old 07-28-2010, 05:45 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Does anybody know where i can purchase the frosty paw cups(empty)? ive looked everywhere i can't find them. I used the bathroom dixie cups and the seem just a little to deep for my pup.

Don't bother with the cups!! You can get water bottle ice cube trays and use those:




Or have fun and go with a bone shaped ice cube tray:
Amazon.com: Bone Shaped Ice Cube Tray - 20 Small Bones: Kitchen & Dining Amazon.com: Bone Shaped Ice Cube Tray - 20 Small Bones: Kitchen & Dining
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thanks i will have to make them some.
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I am making a batch of the mix right now, though with twice as much PB. I must say delicious! I saved a small bowl for myself!

For those with meat lover dogs, I have been doing the following (I haven't tried tasting it myself...as it sounds nasty), I buy the turkey (or beef, my GSD likes turkey more) hot dogs that are cheese filled, they are right beside the regular hotdogs just say, cheese hotdogs or w/e. I then buy Hyvee (because its cheap) plain yogurt (not vanilla, or any flavored stuff). I then cut two hotdogs up into 1/2-1" long pieces and place them into the yogurt. You can then freeze if you would like, I usually put the mix into a kong and freeze for mine, and he loves it. I have also mixed in PB with that mix and he loves it as well.

Makes him frustrated getting it out of the kong, but he loves the taste. I have found that using a 2tsp syringe (like the kind that comes with some oral medicine) works excellent for filling kongs, etc with the yogurt mixes.
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Old 06-14-2012, 09:09 AM   #104 (permalink)
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Going to make these for Joey.

I bought Frosty Paws for the first time last week, and they cost almost $5!

Would rather have him eat something nutritious.
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:49 AM   #105 (permalink)
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I made 8 Frosty Paws for about 75 cents each. Plain no-fat yogurt, peanut butter, banana and honey.

Joey got to lick the bowl, as it were. I put the leftover batter in a dish, and he went crazy over it.
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Old 06-18-2012, 12:10 PM   #106 (permalink)
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I made some this weekend with yogurt, natural peanut butter and some molassis. I bought some ice trays from walmart that were in the shape of stars for $1. Made two trays worth. Much cheaper than buying them and I know what I'm giving them.
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Made frozen yougurt w/ some beef. Lucky loved it. Daisy after it melted some and created a mess liked it. Saved some cash w/ this.Thanks!
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I think I might actually enjoy that! LOL
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Made some of home version this weekend. We save yogurt cups to use for starting seeds, we have another use for them now

Woolf and Shadow LOVED it. But being neat about it and leaving it in the bowl? Forget that. It's only good if the chunk is pulled out of the bowl and and held between the paws and licked like its a cone.
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