A perfect way to cool your dog off, these frozen dog treats are both delicious and refreshing on a hot summer's day. They'll also leave your pet with minty fresh breath and a shiny coat.

The addition of our Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, which is said to aid digestion and improve the absorption of nutrients and is used by many to aid in joint support and mobility in dogs, means even more health benefits.

Frozen treats for dogs

As the temperature rises, your furry best friend is probably feeling the heat. These frozen treats are easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a cooling and nutritious snack.

They're a lovely reward for hot pups to make them feel refreshed and calm. 

Organic coconut oil

Coconut oil is full of nutrients, fatty acids and healthy saturated fats. It's also said to boosts the immune system, improve cognitive function and make your canine's fur extra soft and shiny.

Organic apple cider vinegar

Our Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is raw, unfiltered, and made by one of the few organically certified apple cider vinegar producers in the UK. It can reduce the possible risk of harmful bacteria in the gut and also strengthen the immune system. 

Leafy greens

Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, calcium, iron and potassium, spinach and other leafy greens also a good source of fibre. Spinach is considered a superfood because it contains such high quantities of nutrients.

Mint & strawberry dog treat recipe

Cool your pup down with this tasty and simple recipe, with vet-approved ingredients.


  • 30g fresh mint
  • 30g fresh parsley
  • 30g spinach
  • 325g yoghurt (you can use coconut milk if your dog is lactose intolerant)
  • 3-4 strawberries
  • 108g organic coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp Verm-X Organic Apple Cider Vinegar


Add the mint, parsley, spinach, yoghurt, coconut oil and Organic Apple Cider Vinegar in a food processor or blender and combine until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, add a little bit of water and stir.

Add the strawberries and pulse, or cut them up and add separately and fill your silicone moulds.

Freeze overnight and let your dog enjoy as a treat or as part of a meal.  


We'd love to see your photos of your dog enjoying their treats, so please don't forget to tag us on Facebook and Instagram.

We're always looking for fun, healthy recipes to share on our website.  If you've got a recipe that you love to make for your pet, contact us and we'd be happy to share it.

June 01, 2022 — Clementina Davies
Tags: Recipes