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Dog Ice Cream

For hot summer days
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That's about it. Ice cream for dogs. Chicken, beef, or liver flavor. Keep you old hot toothless dog happy.
Worldgineer, Aug 12 2004

Frosty Paws recipe http://www.collargi...om/frosty_paws.html
Make your own, at home. [Klaatu, Oct 05 2004]

Frosty Paws http://flakmag.com/misc/frostypaws.html
[Klaatu, Oct 05 2004]

Photo Special -Wacky World of Japanese Ice Cream http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/
scroll down to photo special [ConsulFlaminicus, Oct 05 2004]


po, Aug 12 2004

       "Frosty Paws" appears to be an ice cream sort of treat for dogs. It's probably not ice cream as we know it, but if it were, wouldn't it just be ice cream?
half, Aug 12 2004

       "Frosty Paws" is excellent stuff... my dog used to eat it like crazy -- especially in the summer.   

       I'm holding back the mfd for "widely known to exist" just because I know that "Frosty Paws" (although sold nationally in the US) just might not be "widely known".
zigness, Aug 12 2004

       I'd never heard of it. Where do you buy it? Do they have freezer sections in pet stores? Do they make ice cream for old hot toothless cats?
Worldgineer, Aug 12 2004

       I remembered seeing it on some television program, but I've never seen it in a store.
half, Aug 12 2004

       Preheated, and therefore melted, in Larry Niven's "Man-Kzin Wars". Tuna-flavored ice cream....
normzone, Aug 12 2004

       Giving icecream to dogs is a great idea; that's why I'll give this idea a bun... but pets deserve some snack every once in a while to clear their tongue's of the same old taste they have every day with their food.   

       Dogs seem to eat regular ice cream just fine, and I think they like it so much because it tastes different than what they eat every day.
Pericles, Aug 12 2004

       You could be right, [Peri]. Perhaps re-market regular ice cream for dogs? I forget - do we do marketing anymore here? (I believe I've blocked out the whole coffee-colored-mugs incident, so I'm not sure)
Worldgineer, Aug 12 2004

       Sounds good to me. They'll probably just drop the cones, though.
lostdog, Aug 12 2004

       That's ok, my dogs are fine with eating off the ground.
Worldgineer, Aug 12 2004

       I've been warned off allowing cats to eat ice cream because they are apparently very susceptible to becoming diabetic. I thought the same was true of dogs, too. So if you're going to give your pet a nice cold treat, you might at least want to make sure that it is sugar-free and maybe even formulated for lactose intolerance. And, of course, you already know that even small amounts of chocolate are poison to both cats and dogs. Looks like the Frosty Paws recipes have taken all that into consideration.
jurist, Aug 12 2004

       //even small amounts of chocolate are poison to both cats and dogs//--This is one of the reasons I'm glad I'm neither of those 2 animals.
Machiavelli, Aug 12 2004

       But ice cream might make it a little better. Plus there's the sleeping all day thing.
Worldgineer, Aug 12 2004

       Hmmmm...sleeping all day or chocolate? That's a tough choice. Thanks for making my life more complicated, [Worldgineer].
Machiavelli, Aug 12 2004

       If you dog has a taste for horse or whale, Japan is the place to be!! [link]
ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 13 2004

       I thought we were talking about "old hot toothless dog(s)", the kind that are more bark than bite.
jurist, Aug 13 2004

       The local godbotherers are extremely soft. Spineless cult zombies. Tenderized by years of self flagellation.
ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 13 2004

       Forgive my ignorance, but what the hell are godbotherers?
Machiavelli, Aug 13 2004

       //what the hell are godbotherers?//
Door-step evangelists.
angel, Aug 13 2004

       Hey! You can't say 'hell' and 'godbotherer' in the same sentence!
ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 13 2004

       Ok, [cf], that link is just strange.
Worldgineer, Aug 13 2004

       Okay thanks, [angel], [Tabs],and [CF]. I think I get the picture.
Machiavelli, Aug 13 2004


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