It’s a well-known fact that many dogs feel the need to gorge on food after a walk, and they have to do this in order to cool down. But just because this is what they need doesn’t mean that it has to be an exercise in frustration. Enter Frozzys For Dogs, the perfect frozen treat for pups in search of some cooling relief!
Frozzys for Dogs
Frozzy’s teamed up with some of Sydney’s most talented ice specialists and pet nutritionists to create the perfect product for your furry friends. Made from fresh organic milk, with added vitamins A & C, there’s no need for worry about any nasties like synthetic colouring or artificial flavours.
- Lickable Frozen Dog Yogurt straight from the tub
- Lactose Free
- Highly Palatable
So what’s in it then?
Containing only 35% sugar, the treat contains all the goodness that your dog needs to keep them healthy. Once frozen, your four-legged friend will be able to enjoy a healthy snack after their walk and won’t need to worry about any painful tummy aches! Another added bonus is that once frozen, Frozzys For Dogs provides your dog with a cooling rub for their paws.
Try taking along some Frozzys For Dogs for your dog on walks at different times of the day and they will be sure to enjoy a healthy snack after their fun! Don’t forget to ask them if they’ve had any too!
Frozzys Product Information:
Ingredients: Fresh Milk, Water, Fruit Extracts, Vegetable Fibres, Dried Beet Pulp, Vitamins A & C (vitamin A palmitate and dl-α-tocopherol acetate; vitamin C as ascorbic acid).
Nutritional Information per 100g dry product: Energy 824kJ/192kCal; Protein 6.4g; Carbohydrate 19.6g; Of which sugars 19.
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- Healthy, Alcohol-Free, Grape-Free, made with 100% natural herbs
- Developed in Britain with experts, veterinary approved as safe for cats and dogs
- The perfect cat and dog gift for Birthday, Christmas, New Year, Valentine's and special occasions
Did you know that you can also get beer and wine for dogs? Non alcoholic of course! Read our article on Woof and Brew here!
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