There’s always a reason to eat ice cream! Sugar was Golden Thrilled to received Dogsters ice cream for dogs from J&J Snack Foods. Dogsters ice cream style healthy treats for dogs is veterinarian recommended; Dog Approved!
“Dogsters salutes all the people that celebrate their pets and the countless volunteers who joyfully help in the care and well-being of animals.”
Dogsters Ice Cream for Dogs
– Low Fat
– No Added Sugar
– No Added Milk
– No Artificial Flavors
– No Artificial Colors
– Made in the U.S.A.
Sugar received 2 Flavors: 1) Nutly Peanut Butter and Cheese and 2) Mint Kissable Fresh.
It is interesting that the main ingredients for both flavors are water and cheese. For the Nutly Peanut Butter and Cheese, Peanut Butter is the 6th ingredient. There were no mint ingredients on the Mint flavor. Both flavors contain two thickening agents, guar gum, and carrageenan.
Fun Ways to Serve Dogsters Ice Cream for Dogs
1. Place cup on floor
2. Hold cup in your hand
3. Pop treat out of the cup into a bowl
I tried option 1 and 2 and did not work well. Sugar was a bit crazy licking the treat. Placing the frozen dog treat in a bowl was the best way to serve Dogsters Ice Cream for Dogs.
“The inspiration behind Dogsters is the volunteers who know that one person can make a difference, and the people who embrace life’s everyday challenges.”
Tongue Out Golden Verdict!
The consistency is similar to Italian Ice. The flavors delivered no smell. I expected a nutty and minty smell. Maybe only dogs can smell it. Sugar definitely can’t wait to dig into Dogsters ice cream for dogs.
One thing I noticed on Dogsters packaging is the braille label for the virtually impaired which shows how J&J Snack Foods makes their product easily accessible. Dogsters Ice Cream for Dogs can be found alongside the frozen novelties in the freezer section of groceries stores/supermarkets throughout the U.S.A.
Definitely Tuesdays Just Got Tastier.
Happy Tasty Tuesday!
Does your dog enjoy frozen treats like ice cream?
If you could create a new ice cream flavor for dogs, what would it be?