ICEBAU. ITALIAN GELATO FOR DOGS. TRADE SHOW VIDEO OF ICEBAU-ITALY. SURVIVING THE DOG DAYS OF SUMMER.

SURVIVING THE DOG DAYS OF SUMMER

The French and Italians have always been known to indulge their furry friends. This year, doggie gelato in vanilla, rice and yogurt flavors is a must have for all canines and adults alike in Italy. The cost $2.50.This Italian gelato has no eggs, no milk and no sugar.ICEBAU is the first Italian gelato made for dogs and came out in the first week of June 2012 in Italy.

Surviving the dog days of summer this year where temperatures are scorchingly hot, this gluten and lactose free treat is a must have for all dogs. Because of the many not so healthy ingredients in regular gelato, doggie gelato should have;

1. No fat

2.No sugar

3.No artificial coloring

ICEBAU IS

1.Gluten free

2.Sweetened with fructose

3.Enhanced with a chicory root.

One serving contains 140 calories for a 3.5-ounce portion.

A new wave of doggie gelato  hit the  US market  last year and has also become increasingly popular here in the US as well.MBello Gelato in Austin, Texas also caters to canines in the summer. Their gelato comes in peanut butter, chicken and beef flavors.

On the East Coast, Shake Shack has Poochini sundaes in vanilla custard and biscuit and peanut butter sauce ,especially for your furry- best friends on a hot summers day.

There’s no better way than to spend some time with your pooch enjoying a gelato after playing on the beach.Great video on ICEBAU, the company.

Claudia Bensimoun

Canine freelance

© Copyright 2012

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