Frozzy's Frozen Yoghurt (Pck -4)


PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to ship Frozzy's without a minimum order of 5kg of food to keep this product frozen.


Rich in essential vitamins, minerals and fibre, Frozzy's® are a healthy frozen yoghurt treat for dogs. Made in the UK and packed full of carefully selected nutritionally beneficial ingredients, Frozzy's are available in five lickable flavours - blueberry, cranberry, original, peach and strawberry - all of which are lactose-free, low-calorie, and suitable for all dogs and puppies.

Features and benefits:


Rich in the essential vitamins, minerals and fibre dogs need to:

  • aid teeth and bone development
  • maintain a healthy skin and coat
  • aid digestive health and general well-being
  • support energy levels and immunity
  • Lickable - straight from the tub!
  • Cooling and soothing - a healthy and refreshing treat after walks or training.
  • Lactose-free - gentle on a dog's sensitive digestive system.
  • Low-calorie - assisting with healthy weight management.
  • A tasty teething aid - can reduce swollen and inflamed gums, whilst offering something tasty for a puppy to chew on.
  • Highly palatable - can be defrosted and poured over food to entice fussy eaters.

Suitable for all dogs and puppies


Frozzys Frozen Yoghurt for dogs (Pck -4)

  • All Frozzy's flavours contain the following 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.