Frozzys are a tasty lactose free frozen yoghurt dog treat, they are rich in essential vitamins, minerals and fibre and are a super healthy treat for dogs. Frozzys are all made in the UK and packed full of carefully selected nutritionally beneficial ingredients, Frozzys are available in four lickable flavours – cranberry, blueberry, vanilla, and strawberry! All flavours are 100% lactose free, low calorie and best of all are suitable for all ages of puppies and dogs.
Frozzys are rich in essential vitamins, minerals and fibre which dogs need to maintain a healthy coat and skin, aid teeth and bone development, overall digestive health and wellbeing and support energy levels.
Frozzys are lickable straight from the tub, you may want to let them thaw for just a few minutes first before giving to your dog to avoid any sore tongues! They are perfect during the warmer summer months and proving a cooling and soothing treat after long walks or training.
As Frozzys are 100% lactose free they are gentle on dog’s tummies, especially those who may have a little more sensitive digestion. As well as being low calorie if your dog is on a weight management diet.
Frozzys is also perfect for giving to young puppies whilst they are teething, the cooling frozen yoghurt can help to reduce swollen and sore gums, providing a little relief to your puppy whilst they are teething.
All Frozzys favours contain nutritionally beneficial ingredients:
Niacin: Helps energy metabolism and maintenance of skin, nerves and hair.
Vitamin A: Necessary for reproduction, normal skeletal and tooth development, vision, immunity and tissue integrity.
Vitamin B1: Required for metabolising protein and carbohydrates, also helps maintain a normal nervous system.
Vitamin B2: Aids in tissue repair and necessary for healthy function of the nervous system, energy utilisation, healthy skin and coat.
Vitamin B6 & B12: Required for the formation of red blood cells.
Pantothenic Acid: Necessary for normal intestinal function, growth and coat colour.
Vitamin K1: Aids digestion of coumarin-based compounds.