Frosty Paws doggie Ice cream

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Barked: Mon Aug 12, '13 7:31pm PST 
Yoghurt like any other dairy product is not good for our Canine friends. Frosty Paws look like ice cream but are safe for dogs as they are made with soy. Coming to Canada, the Pupsicle company will be offering natural organic healthy frozen dog treats that you can give your dog any time! Watch for them in your local store.

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Akita Pals- Always.
Barked: Tue Aug 13, '13 4:29am PST 
Yoghurt which is different than milk or ice cream due to the "good" bacteria in it is unlikely to cause a problem. Soy on the other hand is not good for many breeds of dog and may lead to bloat. I have Akitas for example and rule Number One in feeding them is NO SOY.
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