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    WANTED: Ice Cream for Dogs?

    My dog loves ice cream. He got a taste for it after a child left an ice cream bowl on the ground and he licked it clean!
    I don't think Ben & Jerry's New York super fudge chunk is really going to do him much good so does anyone know of an ice cream recipe which is suitable for dogs? every time I get the ice cream out of the freezer he goes mad!

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    Sorry can't help with the ice cream.
    My dog loves flavoured ice cubes keeping her cool in this weather.

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    found this
    http://www.billyandmargot.com/




    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo8 View Post
    My dog loves ice cream. He got a taste for it after a child left an ice cream bowl on the ground and he licked it clean!
    I don't think Ben & Jerry's New York super fudge chunk is really going to do him much good so does anyone know of an ice cream recipe which is suitable for dogs? every time I get the ice cream out of the freezer he goes mad!

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    Deserves an award for the most stupid post..... EVER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED-DOT View Post
    Deserves an award for the most stupid post..... EVER.
    Deserves an award for can't stop flapping gums and giving unhelpful comments ever.

    on a positive note and to those who are interested I have heard of people freezing gravy down into cubes and giving those to dogs or maybe throw some in blender and make a gravy slush puppy!

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    Look mate... dog food for dogs and human food for humans. Ask any vet. There is only one thing worse than a fat child and thats a fat dog... Muppets.

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    Must admit I have never seen a fox in the line at the ice cream van

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    Didn't realise there was any real difference, meats meat veg is veg and gravy yes you guessed it. And ta for the last bit still going for that award then!

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    morrisons strawberrysplits box of 6 fer a quid and they are nn nice

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    Ice cream now is a chemical composition and non of which dogs need or are good for them and not unlike british chocolate which can harm them. Just feed your dog a complete food and the dog will digest it all without getting ill or fat.

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