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    This classic and delicious flavor can now be shared with your favorite pooch. Fresh whole milk and sweet vanilla come together to make a creamy, smooth and dreamy treat alternative for your dog. A pint of Puppy Scoops in any flavor is the perfect gift for dog lovers and pet parents who have dogs and want to feed them exceptional dog food. Dog birthdays should be celebrated with cake and ice cream treats! Puppy Scoops is the perfect dog ice cream recipe for ice treats for dogs that deserve the very best! Just add water, freeze and enjoy!

    UPC: 614676992567

    Ingredients: Lactose free whole milk, cane sugar, gelatin, natural vanilla flavor and salt

    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min.) 21.3%, Crude Fat (min.) 19.5%, Crude Fiber (max.) 1.9%, Moisture (max.) 3.5%,

    Calorie Information:

    Kcal/kg ME (calculated) 1135, kcal/1 oz ME (calculated) 15

    How to:

    Empty contents of the ice cream mix packet into the ice cream container or use a small blender. Add 2/3 cup of water and blend until all lumps are removed. Pour back into the cup (if using a blender) and replace lid. Put in the freezer for at least 5 hours.

    Serving: Serve right out of the container or allow it to thaw for 15 minutes for it to be scoopable

    Storage: Store in freezer with lid on when not serving. Lasts up to 6 weeks. Unmixed Shelf Life – 12 months.

    Fun Tip: Pour into a small silicone mold for easy portioning and dispensing in fun shapes

    Treat Serving Suggestions:

    5-15 lbs 1 FL OZ OR ½ Scoop

    16-30 lbs 2 FL OZ OR FULL SCOOP

    31-75 lbs UP TO $ FL OZ OR 2 FULL SCOOPS

    76 lbs + UP TO * FL OZ OR 4 FULL SCOOPS

    Overall Customer Rating of 39 Reviews:
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    Easy to mix & dog approved!

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    Our dog just turned 983 years old and we got her the birthday cake flavor.Once the water was added, mix almost immediately turned into a creamy batter-like consistency and I did not have any issues with lumps at all. The instructions say to use the sprinkles as a topping, but I mixed it directly into the ice cream.You pour everything right back into the container and freeze it. I was scared it would be icy, but it was truly creamy. The sprinkles did not dissolve either, which was my other concern.The ol? lady loved it and her tastebuds probably don?t even work anymore!!! She immediately forgot about it and went back to being confused about why she is still alive, and went to yell at some kids in our front yard.Highly recommend!
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    Sorbete

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    Excellent

    He likes it

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    My pup loves it. It's supposed to be ok for him, so that's what he gets for a treat.

    not good for sensitive stomach

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    regular ice cream gives my dog diarrhea... i was hoping this ice cream wouldn'thowever i was well prepared for the inevitable...it definitely gave him the runs, but he also ate the entire container in under five minutes (big dog)four stars because he really liked it,easy to make, and it did look/smell a lot like ice cream,but maybe not the best if your dog has a sensitive tummy

    too hard

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    about 1/8th of top is scoop-able due to air bubbles from mixing, everything under that is rock hard and not scoop-able unless you leave pint out to melt for 10-15 minutes which defeats the reason i got this vanilla pet ice cream ?with? sugar in it. i need it to be ready to be scooped every time i open it so to give some of it quickly to my dog after a seizure.. not to mention even had i just bought it to give some to dog after going outside/etc, having to defrost the pint some and refreezing what is left isn?t feasible to us.. i may buy another to see if adding like 1/8-1/4th of tara gum helps it stay softer, if not back to store bought ice cream for him..