Frozen dog treat tray

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    Jessi Well-Known Member

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    http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/e909/

    It's actually not just the tray either. It includes several packets of organic treat flavors that you just mix with water and then freeze.

    It's kind of the wrong season for this, I think, but I know it'd be great in the summertime when dogs need to help stay better hydrated and cool, too.
     
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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    I think it's a great idea! I wish something like this was available in my country - I'd probably buy it. I always feel so sorry for Homer when it's too hot:(
     
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    I don't think them being bone shaped is important at all, so you could potentially use regular ice cube trays. Or miniature ones. Or even those bottle ice cube trays that make them like cylinders so they can fit down in water bottles.

    You could fill them with things like chicken stock instead of the pre-made stuff. Then they'll be getting chicken nutrients and still frozen to cool them down.
     
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    The idea's been around for sometime with homemade doggie iceblocks.
    I guess this makes it just a little bit easier to getting around doing it.
    :)
     
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    I think I'll do something like this next summer. I'm not sure if cubes from regular ice cube trays won't be too big for him but I'm pretty sure I've seen somewhere trays with different shapes...anyway, I'm sure it will make him very happy:D And you are right, I'll fill it with chicken - maybe this way it will be even healthier:)
     
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    I also think that it was a nice product for our fur friends. :)
    And it will be a great treat for those dogs who love cold treats.
     
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    Are they made of Jello and liver flavored? LOL. It sounds interesting. My dogs love licking ice cubes and I am sure they'd enjoy organic ice treats.

    This said, I doubt those treats are fit for human consumption.
     
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    Nope. They are made more like popsicles...so flavored water and then frozen to be icy treats. They *are* flavored and filled with nutrients, though.

    And I don't know about being for human consumption. They are organic and whatnot, so there's probably nothing too bad in them either.
     
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