Help your dogs cool off!

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  1. Twilight

    Twilight Boxer Rescue

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    This is the frozy bowl that i make for Joey everytime is hot out,

    HOW TO MAKE A FROZY BOWL

    Take 1 large fruit bowl (or 1 for each dog)
    Fill with water,
    chop some carrots, cheese, sardines, etc etc (whatever you like)
    put them in
    freeze it overnight

    and hey presto..............




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  2. Twilight

    Twilight Boxer Rescue

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    and of course when its still to hot, you gotta have the cold wet towel too,


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    Bella's Mom New Member

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    What a good Mommie you are......
     
  4. Fran27

    Fran27 New Member

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    Lol this is too funny seeing him go after it like this :D
     
  5. Renee750il

    Renee750il Felurian

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    Mine just love ice cubes. They come and sit by the freezer when I'm getting ice because they know I ALWAYS drop a few cubes, lol!
     
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    Fran27 New Member

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    Boris does too, I gave him 3-4 ice cubes a day as a treat. When we got him, there was lots of snow and ice in the yard, and he kept going after the ice blocks on the stairs and eating them. So we figured he would like ice cubes too so we tried, and it was indeed a success.
     
  7. Gustav

    Gustav Don't encourage me..

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    That's a cute idea! lol! Gus would just leave it though until all the ice had melted and then eat the treats! :rolleyes:
     
  8. Love4Pits

    Love4Pits Playful Husky Pup

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    That is a really good idea! I will have to try that! I sometimes give the dogs frozen beef cubes in the summer and of course regular ice cubes. But that is a really good idea! I could see my dogs not only enjoying it but having fun with it!
     
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    Barb04 Love my pets Staff Member

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    Love Joey in his cape to keep cool! Mine would have taken it off and ripped it.
     
  10. Twilight

    Twilight Boxer Rescue

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    LOL he did do that the first time i put it on him, he thought 'what the hell is this!!??'' and shook it off
    but he realises now that it cools him down and actually enjoys wearing it now and just acts as if its not there
    he does remind me of a horse wearing a rug though LOL
     

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