Watermelon is everyone’s favorite summer treat. It’s refreshing and helps you hydrate.
Did you know? Watermelon is often considered a fruit, but it is a vegetable and a member of the cucumber family. Watermelon is 91.5 percent water and can help you stay hydrated throughout the day. It is low in calories (has 46 calories per cup). Also, watermelon is an excellent source of Vitamin B6 and can help boost brain power. Several studies show that watermelon juice can contribute to reducing muscle soreness, so it’s great to have after a long walk/run with your dog. In moderation, dogs can have watermelon. To avoid intestinal blockage, do not let your dog chew or eat the watermelon rind.
How To Make Watermelon Blueberry Popsicle
SUGAR loves watermelon. Our 5 Simple Dog-friendly Watermelon Popsicles has been a popular post. 100% Watermelon Juice : Watermelon Pops for You and Your Dog was recently featured in USA Today Pet Guide. This year, for FUN, I’ve created a video on How To Make Watermelon Blueberry Star Popsicle.
PAWsome refreshing treats you can share with your this 4th of July.