Spoon a small amount of yogurt Into each mold, just enough to cover the bottom.
Place 1-2 blueberries in each mold.
Pour watermelon puree into each mold just until it reaches the top.
Freeze for at least two hours. Once frozen, gently pop each frozen dog treat out of the molds, then feed to your dog.
Remember that every dog is different. Some dogs have more delicate tummies and/or require different types of food. Please be sure to check with your dog's vet if you are unsure whether your dog can eat the ingredients in any dog treat recipe.You may have some of each ingredient leftover, or you may need more, depending on the size of your silicone molds and the amount you are making. As is, this recipe makes approximately 28-35 frozen dog treats, using the dog paw silicone mold and the dog bone silicone mold pictured here. Once frozen, you can gently pop the frozen dog treats out of the molds and place into a freezer safe container. Cover, and keep frozen for up to 2 months. Take out a few treats at a time when you are ready to treat your awesome dog.
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