DIY frozen treats for your Bulldog to help regulate their body temperature

September 28, 2016

DIY frozen treats for your Bulldog to help regulate their body temperature

We all know French Bulldogs have a hard time regulating their body temperature, this is due to their compacted airway and the way they are built. In a hot day this could be potentially very dangerous for a Frenchie.

There are ways we can help our French Bulldogs in the heat. One of our favorite way is simply make them a dogsicle (dog popsicle) or frozen treats.

There are many recipes online, however a general rule of thumb is whatever they like and is edible for dogs you can blend mash freeze and give your dog.

You should experiment to see what your Bulldog likes best...

Obviously peanut butter is one of their favorite, blend that with some yogurt, freeze and you have a fantastic treat for your dog. Other idea is to blend some yogurt with real fruit.

Feel free to share what you have tried with your furry pal.


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