don’t have any pets anymore, but I don’t share ice cream!
and invite you to join us for ice cream, visit with adorable pets ready fro adoption, and support Hoof Woof & Meow Animal Rescue.
I guess all pet owners are guilty of this. I know we are. Cute kitty I have missed seeing my ice cream journel but due to sad situations I have not been able to keep up so it feels good to get back with my ice cream lovers of Turkey Hill ice cream, by the way is there another kind??
We also have a pet cat. But the warning is to be taken seriously. Even if our cat couldn’t eat ice cream our freezer would still be stocked full of Turkey Hill.
I guess i’m not the only one who shares ice cream with a pet.
widgets are fun–include some coupons–i think most pets love ice cream
PETÂ® is now a household name. We produce and distribute whiteand flavored milk, buttermilk, egg nog, cream, Half 'N Half,cultured products, orange juice, drinks, teas, PET ice cream andfrozen novelties throughout the southeastern U.S.Last year, PetSmart laid claim to the first-ever ice cream truck to serve up dog-friendly ice cream along with ice cream treats for humans. This ice cream truck rolled about the streets of New York City to celebrate National Ice Cream Day 2016, visiting dog parks and serving more than 1,000 ice cream treats in a single day. launched the first-ever Doggie-Human Ice Cream Truck in New York City last year in celebration of National Ice Cream Day. This year, the company is going coast-to-coast to bring more of these unique treat trucks to dogs and their pet parents. On July 12, one PetSmart-sponsored truck per city will visit parks in New York City, Seattle, Dallas and Toronto, hosting free pop-up ice cream socials for dogs and their humans in celebration of National Ice Cream Day on Sunday, July 16, when additional free Doggie Ice Cream Sundaes will also be doled out to pets who visit any PetSmart PetsHotel locations.In 1984, President Reagan declared National Ice Cream Day as the third Sunday of July and the full month of July as National Ice Cream Month. National Ice Cream Day has been celebrated for decades, but more recently with pets. The dog-safe ice cream is vanilla flavored and non-dairy, as many dogs have challenges with lactose products. The sundaes are topped with dog biscuit sprinkles for a savory-sweet combination and a cool treat to beat the summertime heat in July.“When we saw how fun and engaging the Doggie Ice Cream Truck was last year in New York City, we knew we wanted to expand this program coast-to-coast,” said Eran Cohen, chief customer experience officer for PetSmart. “We are excited to celebrate with pet parents again in New York City, and for the first time with those in Dallas, Seattle and Toronto on July 12. These events are a powerful way to gear up for the free Doggie Ice Cream Sundaes available at all PetsHotel locations across North America on National Ice Cream Day.”Several local celebrity pets will be attending the various ice cream socials for meet-and-greets and photo ops. The following opportunities to celebrate and get a free ice cream treat for pups and their humans include: