Chances are, whenever you pull the carton of Ben & Jerry’s out of the freezer, your dog is right there in front of you, staring up with pleading eyes hoping to get a taste. Whether or not your pooch can tolerate it, dogs don’t do well with dairy and shouldn’t really be eating this delicious frozen treat… until now, anyway. Now, Ben & Jerry’s has unveiled a line of dog-friendly “ice cream” that’s totally safe and delicious for your four-legged friends.
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- They’re made with a base of sunflower butter. Instead of being full of milk and cream, Ben & Jerry’s dog desserts have a sunflower butter base, which is much safer and gut-friendly for your pup. However, it’s just as delicious as the human stuff (for them, anyway!) so they’re not missing out on any yummy taste!
- There are two flavors of the doggy desserts to choose from. Each of the flavors is named after one of Ben & Jerry’s dogs. First up, there’s Pouch’s Mix, which includes peanut butter and pretzels – two of the treats dogs seem to love most! There’s also Rosie’s Batch, which is full of pumpkin and mini cookies. Sounds yum!
- They’re available in single cartons or multipacks. Buying a single mini-cup of Ben & Jerry’s doggy desserts should cost you about $1.29. However, the containers are also available in multipacks for around $4.49, so you can keep some extras in the freezer for when your dog(s) deserves an extra treat.
- They’re coming to stores soon, so keep your eyes peeled! Ben & Jerry’s is rolling out their new ice cream for dogs already, and it’s only a matter of time before they hit grocery and pet stores across the country. Keep your eyes peeled so you can grab some ASAP!