Pupsicles

It’s been hot here in the Seattle area, and Kenzo, one of my Rover dogs was struggling with the heat. With some leftover treats, a cupcake pan and/or small bowls and water, I made a nice cool treat for the pups to enjoy.

What you will need:

  • Water
  • Dog treats, the smaller the better
  • Cupcake pan, or small bowls
  • Freezer!

Step 1:Place the treats in the pan. I tried to break them up a little bit to make them evenly spread when frozen.

 

Step 2: Fill the pan with water to cover the treats. Some may poke out the top, that’s ok 🙂

Step 3: Freeze. Put the pan in the freezer until fully frozen.

Step 4: Remove the tray from the freezer once frozen, let sit for about 30-60 seconds, pop the pupsicle out.

Step 5: ENJOY!! If you want to make a larger frozen treat, try using a cereal bowl or reusable lunch container.

  

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Take Your Dog To Work Day

Gus comes to work with me everyday, so this is nothing new but today:

He sports his new Rover.com shades (he is a host after all!).

His daily duties Include:

  • Farting
  • Snoring
  • Sleeping
  • Sprinting after a good poop
  • Begging for treats
  • Jumping high for the ChuckIt stick
  • Sitting in my lap
  • Chilling on his dog sofa
  • Dreaming of Squish
  • Poop, pee, repeat.