How to Make Watermelon Summer Dog Treats

If your dog has sampled juicy seedless watermelon before, she’s going to be sitting pretty when these watermelon frozen dog popsicles are ready! Ready for a treat for two? We suggest saving some watermelon for you to whip up as a blended cool slushy—just add ice cubes—on a hot day.


2 cups of chopped, seedless watermelon
1 cup of coconut water or plain yogurt (Yogurt will make for thicker pupsicles while the coconut water will be a faster-melting, refreshing treat)
(Optional) 1 to 2 tablespoons of honey


1. Toss the ingredients in the blender and blend for a minute or two until it’s slushy (with coconut water) or smooth (with yogurt).

2. Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray.

3. Freeze for four hours.

4. Pop the watermelon frozen dog treats for summer out of the tray and into a bowl for your dog to lick. Serve it alongside a Soft & Tasty Peanut Butter and Bacon treat.

Please note: Treats should be kept to 10% of your dog’s daily food intake to keep nutritional balance.