Smart Scoops Goat's Milk Ice Cream Mix - Blueberry

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Product description

We know your pooch will love this flavor berry, berry much! The Blueberry flavored Smart Scoops is sweet yet tart but just as smooth, creamy and delicious! Smart Scoops was developed and created for dogs that have sensitive tummies and is no sugar added! Goats milk is easier for dogs to digest and is packed with essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and enzymes. The enzymes in raw goat milk aid the digestion process, making goat milk more tolerable for your dog to digest than cow's milk. Smart Scoops is a completely healthy dessert with none of the bad but still so very good! A pint of Smart Scoops either flavor is the perfect gift for dog lovers and pet parents who have dogs and want to feed them exceptional dog food. Dog birthdays should be celebrated with cake and ice cream treats! Smart Scoops is the perfect dog ice cream recipe for ice treats for dogs that deserve the very best! Just add water, freeze and enjoy!

How to:

  • Empty contents of the ice cream mix packet into the ice cream container or use a small blender.
  • Add 2/3 cup of water and blend until all lumps are removed.
  • Pour back into the cup (if using a blender) and replace lid.
  • Put in the freezer for at least 5 hours.


  • Serve right out of the container or allow it to thaw for 15 minutes for it to be scoopable.


  • Store in freezer with lid on when not serving. Lasts up to 6 weeks. Unmixed Shelf Life – 12 months.

Fun Tip:

  • Pour into a small silicone mold for easy portioning and dispensing in fun shapes.


Whole goat's milk, blueberries, beet, gelatin and salt


Crude Protein 21.3% min
Crude Fat 13.5% min
Crude Fiber 1.9% max
Moisture 3.5% min

Treat Serving Suggestions:

5-15 lbs 1 FL OZ OR ½ Scoop
16-30 lbs 2 FL OZ OR FULL SCOOP
31-75 lbs 4 FL OZ OR 2 FULL SCOOPS
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