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7 February 2018

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Ollie Knows: How to Make a Healthy Valentine’s Day Treat

You’re not the only one who loves sweets on Valentine’s Day! Give your dog something to swoon about with these guilt-free treats. Made with strawberries, skim milk, honey, and low-fat Greek yogurt, they’re packed with protein and probiotics to keep your pup’s belly full and happy. Whip them up the night before (they need to […]

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You’re not the only one who loves sweets on Valentine’s Day! Give your dog something to swoon about with these guilt-free treats. Made with strawberries, skim milk, honey, and low-fat Greek yogurt, they’re packed with protein and probiotics to keep your pup’s belly full and happy. Whip them up the night before (they need to freeze for at least four hours) so they’ll be ready for "your furry Valentine" come morning.

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