Summer Treats to Beat the Heat

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It’s time to get outside and see the world, and it’s important to keep your pets hydrated during your summer adventures. We’ve put together some cool treats that will help your dog or cat beat the heat during those high-temp excursions.

Primal Bone Broth & Goat Milk

Since hydration is key, treat your four-legged friends with Primal Bone Broth and Goat Milk. Not only will you be giving them a boost of hydration, but both of these hydrators come in multiple varieties full of wholesome nutrients to support joint health, digestion, and immunity. Add to your pet’s meal or serve these on their own for a snack after a day of exploration! You can also get creative and turn them into tasty Pupsicles or Catsicles!

Primal Pupsicles & Catsicles

Piña Colada Goat Milk Pupscicles

Speaking of Pupsicles, if you’re feeling extra frisky, you can try these pet-approved Piña Colada Goat Milk Pupsicles. Not only are they tasty, but these Pupsicles also contain beneficial nutrients from coconut oil and pineapple, combined with the vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes in original Primal Raw Goat Milk.

Primal Piña Colada Pupsicles

View the recipe here! 

Pet-Friendly Ice Cream Scoops

Nothing says summertime like a big scoop of ice cream. Using Primal Goat Milk+ varieties and a dome-shaped ice-cream tray, your dog or cat can get wholesome, nutrient-rich hydration from their own version of this popular dessert.

Primal Pet Friendly Ice Cream Scoops


  • Primal Goat Milk+ (any flavor)


  1. Evenly pour Primal Goat Milk+ into a spherical ice cube tray mold, or dome-shaped silicone ice cube tray to mimic scoops of ice cream.
  2. Freeze until solid.

Once frozen, your dog or cat can enjoy the frozen treat after a long day of playing, hiking, or even as an after-dinner dessert. These “ice cream scoops” will melt, so it’s recommended that they are served outside or in a bowl to reduce the mess.

Keep your pets cool with these tasty warm-weather treats!