An eager Bassett Hound has their paws up on the table and is stretching towards the bowl of Froxen Yoghurt Bones placed in front of them, with their tongue peeping out.

Frozen Yoghurt Bones

21 April 2023

Reviewed by Dr Jill McMaster BVM&S MBA MRCVS, Veterinary Surgeon and in-house expert at BorrowMyDoggy on 14 June 2023

Frozen yoghurt bones, the pawfect cool-down doggy treat for the hotter months. Here's the easy recipe:

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  • 1 can of tuna in spring water
  • 450g goat yoghurt*
  • 1 tbsp chopped dried parsley


1. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl

2. Spoon the mixture into ice cube moulds (we used bone shapes but you can use whatever you like!)

3. Place in the freezer for 3 - 5 hours.

4. Serve!

These treats can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 3 months. Remember to offer your dog treats in moderation.

*Make sure your yoghurt doesn’t contain any sweeteners or flavourings that could be harmful for your dog.

Always introduce any new foods to your dog slowly, so you don't upset their stomach, and make sure to avoid any foods they are allergic too.

Information on this page should never replace advice given by your veterinarian. If you ever have any concerns about a food your pet has eaten or if they have any tummy upsets or signs of an allergic reaction etc., contact your local vet. If you’re a premium BorrowMyDoggy member you can use our 24/7 Vetline for further advice on your dog’s diet. Find the number on your homepage.

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