Puppy Scoops Dog Ice Cream Mix - Vanilla
Our ice cream doesn't need a freezer! How is that possible?
Our shelf stable ice cream mix is a powder that needs only hot water, a good stir and a few hours in the freezer
for your customers to enjoy real ice cream for the dog!
Now your best furrend can enjoy all the things that you love in life!
While you have my pint of delicious creamy ice cream, your best furrends get their own pint of Puppy Scoops.
It’s smooth and creamy, just like ice cream, but with a fraction of the fat and calories and formulated for your dog’s digestion.
Real Whole Milk (lactose free)
Available in 4 Flavors
Shelf Stable for 9 Months
Made and Sourced in the USA
It’s so easy and convenient. Make it when you need, freeze it for months. Just add hot water and stir.
Pull it out for a party or for a quick treat. Your pups come running when you open the freezer.
From the makers of Puppy Cake Mix for dogs, our first ever Ice Cream for dogs!
Puppy Scoops is actually ICE CREAM. Puppy Scoops is real, healthy ice cream.
Puppy Scoops is a creamy, soft and scoopable ice cream that melts in your dog’s mouth.
We use whole milk with all the benefits of milk and a fraction of the fat of cream or half and half (which is in human ice cream and why it’s SOOOO good).
Since dogs are lactose intolerant and normally can’t have regular milk, we use lactose free whole milk so your pup can enjoy their ice cream treat with no upset tummies or digestive interruptions.
Add 2/3 cup of very hot tap water to the ice cream pint. Mix for 1-2 minutes until all of the powder is dissolved.
Place lid back on pint container and put in the freezer for at least 5 hours.
Keep ice cream in freezer with lid secured for up to 2 months,
Shelf Life - 9 months
whole milk (lactose free), peanut, evaporated cane juice, gelatin, salt.
Crude Protein (min.) 21.3%
Crude Fat (min.) 13.5%
Crude Fiber (max.) 1.9%
Moisture (max.) 3.5%
Treat Serving Suggestions:
1 scoop for small dogs, 1-2 scoops for medium dogs, up to half the pint for large dogs.
Have a dog that resembles a small pony? Give them the whole pint!