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Nestle Introduces New Ice Cream Snacks For Dogs and iPad Games For Cats

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Nestle Introduces New Ice Cream Snacks For Dogs and iPad Games For Cats

Nestle Introduces New Ice Cream Snacks For Dogs and iPad Games For Cats
August 22
13:11 2011

Nestle has launched its new Frosty Paws Bites frozen ice cream snacks for dogs in the US. The bites – specially formulated for dogs, who are lactose intolerant and cannot digest dairy products such as regular ice cream properly – contain high quality protein, vitamins and minerals, but no milk.

 

Available in Vanilla or Peanut Butter flavours, and coated with vanilla yogurt, they are the second range of products from the Frosty Paws brand, which already offers larger ice cream cups for dogs in the same flavour varieties.

 

As the leading ice cream snacks range for dogs, Frosty Paws is one of the only brands in the US to offer frozen products for people’s canine companions.

 

Last month, Nestle’s cat food brand Friskies launched a free series of iPad and Android tablet games for cats. The three web-based games – Cat Fishing, Tasty Treasures Hunt and Party Mix-Up – feature images of fish, or Friskies food or treats, which move around the screen for cats to interact with.

 

Cat owners anywhere in the world with an iPad or Android tablet device and access to the Internet can simply type in the link www.gamesforcats.comand the games will work immediately.

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