Creamier & PetCubes selling ice cream for dogs, available until February 2022 – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates:

Furkids in Singapore can struggle on some days in this tropical weather.

Some cold treats will make them feel better.

Local ice cream maker Creamier and Singapore-based pet food company PetCubes collaborated and launched Doggie Ice Cream last December.

Photo by Daniel Ho.

Ice cream for doggos

Ice cream is available in three flavors – Super Berries, Birthday Cake, and Banana Surprise – and it’s available until the end of February 2022.

Doggie Ice Cream is made from human grade ingredients and is gluten free, lactose free and low in sugar.

It was created under the supervision of PetCubes’ Director of Nutrition, Francis Cabana, who is a wildlife nutritionist.

Creamier co-founder Khoh Wan Chin, who has a Cavapoo, shared more about the collaboration:

“We love to eat ice cream and especially for dessert to end on a sweet note after family meals. Food is about bringing loved ones together and enjoying the company of others, and our pets are part of our family too.

But human ice cream is not necessarily suitable for dogs; even higher quality ones usually contain whole milk and cane sugar. This sparked the idea for Creamier to develop not only ice cream that dogs can eat, but also fresh, healthy ice cream for them. “

Thomson can’t wait to dig. Photo by Daniel Ho.

Learn more about the three flavors

The Super Berries flavor is an acai berry and blackcurrant sorbet with blue spirulina, real bananas and coconut.

Photo by Daniel Ho.

The birthday cake is a vanilla ice cream with spirulina, a gluten-free sponge cake and natural colored sprinkles.

Photo by Creamier and PetCubes.

Banana Surprise is made with real bananas, spirulina and gluten-free crumbled cookies.

Photo by Creamier and PetCubes.

You can buy ice cream in individual 350ml jars for S $ 16 each or a set of 3 flavors for S $ 45.

They are available at all Creamier stores, the PetCubes online store, the Creamier online store and some resellers.

Follow and listen to our podcast here

Collage of top images by Daniel Ho, and Creamier and PetCubes.

About Patrick K. Moon

Check Also

Carmel City Council votes to ban pet stores from selling cats and dogs – Indianapolis Business Journal

Carmel City Council voted 7-1 Monday night to ban the sale of cats and dogs …