Pooch Creamery Peanut Butter Flavor Ice Cream Mix Dog Treat, 5.25-oz cup

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Your pup will be barking with excitement over this Pooch Creamery Peanut Butter Flavor Ice Cream Mix! Pooch Creamery is a grain-free powdered ice cream mix for your pup that contains just five ingredients including lactose-free whole milk and real peanuts! When you’re ready to serve up some tasty ice cream, simply add water to the peanut butter-y powdered mix, place it in the freezer, freeze for eight hours and scoop out a frozen reward for your furry friend. Pooch Creamery mix is a healthy way to give your pooch a delicious ice cream treat that will have his tail wagging for more every time.

Key Benefits
  • Grain-free doggy ice cream made with just 5 premium ingredients and is the perfect treat for birthday celebrations, special occasions or any day you want to give your pal a special reward.
  • Peanut butter flavored ice cream mix is made with real peanuts because your pal deserves real nutritious ingredients.
  • Made with lactose-free whole milk for a doggy ice cream that’s paw-sitively perfect for dogs with sensitivities.
  • The powdered mix is easy to store until you are ready to add water and freeze it into a delicious ice cream treat!
  • Every Pooch Creamery ice cream flavor is proudly made in the USA with premium ingredients.

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  • Item Number
    144965
  • Weight
    5.25 ounces
  • Brand

    Pooch Creamery

  • Brand

    Pooch Cake

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Mix, Treats

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    Grain-Free, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Whole Milk (Lactose Free), Peanuts, Cane Sugar, Gelatin, and Salt.

Caloric Content

192 kcals per pint.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 21.3% min
Crude Fat 21.5% min
Crude Fiber 1.9% max
Moisture 3.5% max
Feeding Instructions

Preparation Instructions

In a small bowl, add 2/3 cup of hot water and vigorously mix until thoroughly blended. Pour ice cream mixture back into cup, replace lid and put in freezer for 8 hours. Allow to thaw for 15 minutes before serving. Place unused portion back in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.

Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

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Customer Reviews
16 Reviews 16 Reviews 4.5 out of 5 Stars

88% Recommend

88% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Great Birthday Treat

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    Chloe loved her birthday peanut butter ice cream treat! I wish I could put her video on here to show how much she loved it. It was easy to make, so that was a plus. We were worried that she would get an upset tummy because we gabe her the whole ice cream, but she was fine. I would definitely buy this again for her!

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  • Huge hit at our house!

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    Our two Maltese and Yorkie mix LOVE this ice cream! I've been scooping it out with a spoon and giving them "bites" after dinner the past few nights and they love it! The little Maltese actually whines for it. We love our girls and I even tried a tiny bite. Tastes good!

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  • Not Worth the Money

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    My pup loved it. I bought the peanut butter flavor for her birthday. I expected the container to be bigger for the price. I didn't find that it blended very easily. Next time I will go buy some ice cream instead.

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  • LOVES ICE CREAM

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    I had asked a question before if the ice cream was making my dog itch. It must have been something else because after I stopped giving it to him for awhile I gave it back, and he seems fine. He loves the ice cream and its easy to make. I'm happy it wasn't the ice cream.

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  • Impossible for a dog to eat, but great concept

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    My dog gave this a couple licks, and that was it. Dogs aren't humans, so can't just bite the ice cream like humans can. Therefore, dogs cannot eat this ice cream! My dog just gave it a few licks before giving up.

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  • Better than Frosty Paws!

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    Just the ingredients alone are better than what is in Frosty Paws! I was buying the Puppy Scoops which pretty much has the same ingredients but it cost more. I buy 4oz paper ice cream cups from amazon and I add 2 cups of hot water to get about 10 servings. My dogs love them and they have had no tummy issues.

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  • Fun product

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    My golden loves this. What I did when I made the ice cream instead of putting back in container I used the 4 oz mini glad container with lids and made separate frosty paws. Only fill about 3/4 full and freeze them all you have to do is take out of freezer and give to your dog. Some dogs may chew the container but my girl just lays on her bed and licks away until its gone. She goes to the fridge when I ask her if she wants a frosty paw.

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  • Dog ice cream

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    My dogs love this product. It was easy to make. I put it in a silicon muffin pan and was able to get 6 servings. It’s a nice cold snack for them during our hot summer days.

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  • Perfect for hot days

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    At first he didn't want it, but afterwards he wanted to finish the whole container of ice cream.

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  • Yummy flavor

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    My lab puppy loves it! It's perfect for those hot summer days.

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