Greek Yogurt, Pineapple and Mint are the three healthy ingredients that make up these Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats. Koby loves these treats!

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats

Twice this week, Koby has climbed the stairs and scratched on my door early in the morning to go poop. Once was was at 5:30am. Yikes!  He’s done this only one other time. Good thing I’m on break right now.

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats

The blessing is that it is proof he’s feeling better. Until recently, he struggled to climb the stairs and avoided it all costs. I have mentioned before that he waits dutifully for me at the bottom of the stairs every morning:)) So, I am happy that he some of his energy back!

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats

If you follow my posts regularly, you know that Koby has had a host of medical problems. Poor guy has chronic eye, ear and skin infections. Lately, I’ve had some concerns about his growing belly and excessive panting. When I brought my concerns up to the vet, she thought he might have Cushing’s Disease. I allowed them to do a Thyroid test to rule that out (it came back fine.) But the cost for Cushing’s testing is very expensive and (from I’ve read) the medication would be life-long and expensive as well. I opted not to have the tests done.

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats
Koby got to the treats before I was done photographing!

Of course following that visit to the vet, I googled natural remedies and this product came up.

It’s not cheap, but it got great reviews, so I decided to try it. I think it working! Koby is not panting nearly as much, his belly is getting smaller and he now climbs the stairs to wake me up;)

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats
Ha! He managed to knock one out of the bowl!

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats


Back to these Probiotic Dog Treats. The inspiration struck while out rooting around with Koby in the dark as he pooped, haha! I wanted to make him a treat that would be good to his belly. He likes these and I like that he’s getting a healthy snack. I just hope he lets me sleep in tomorrow;)

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 6 hours

Total Time: 6 hours, 5 minutes

9 mini muffins

Frozen Probiotic Dog Treats


  • 1/2 C Greek Yogurt
  • 1/2 C Chopped Pineapple
  • 1 tsp Mint


  1. Spray a mini muffin tin with non-stick spray
  2. Combine all ingredients in a food processor
  3. Blend until smooth
  4. Spoon into mini muffin tin
  5. Freeze at least 6 hours

I used Fage Yogurt because of the high probiotic content.

I hope your dog loves these!

“A dog is a vehicle, you know; a dog is a window to Mother Nature, and that’s the closest species we have.” ~ Cesar Millan

Keep Well,