Nettie’s Berry-biotic Treats

          Let’s take a look at a healthy summertime treat for your pets! Check out my latest video for how to make these treats:

I’ve pieced together a very simple yet extremely healthy treat for your pets (or even for you)! With only 4 ingredients, it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser for picky dogs as well as dogs with food sensitivities! The 4 ingredients I’ve chosen are raw goat’s milk, greek yogurt, Super Snouts Urinary Berry, and organic blueberries from my garden.

Did you know? 

Raw goat’s milk is a great source of probiotics! It’s also much easier to digest in comparison to cow’s milk because the fat globules are smaller. Goat’s milk is perfect for adding nutritious hydration to your pet’s meals as well as curing most upset G.I issues .

Cranberry and blueberries are super rich antioxidants! Antioxidants are very important to not only our health but also our pets! This is because they help prevent free radicals from damaging cells. So, what does that mean? It means these powerful berries help prevent cancer and many diseases.

So, if you have about 5 minutes and a silicone mold or ice tray, you’ve got to try these out! Here’s the recipe:

Nettie’s Berry-biotic Treats

12-14 bite sized treats

2.5 hours (5 minutes or less to prepare)

Tools required:
1 silicone mold, or an empty ice tray
1 mixing bowl
1 whisk to mix

1 cup of raw goat’s milk
1 cup greek yogurt
1-2 scoops Super Snouts Urinary Berry (follow their guidelines)
1/4 – 1/2 cups blueberries

Mix all ingredients in a bowl, then pour into the mold. Freeze for approximately 2 hours, then serve.

Suggested feeding:
1 treat for pets up to 25 lbs
2 for dogs over 25 lbs daily

          These treats will stay good for up to 3 months in the freezer.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns feel free to ask!

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