By Sally Deering
If you’re in Hoboken and an ice cream truck pulls up, don’t be surprised if a furry canine tries to cut in line for a Peanut Butter Puppsicle. That’s just one of the items sold at the Frosty Pooch ice cream truck where owners Angela and Raymond Meyers bring ice cream to the dogs.
It’s easy to spot the Frosty Pooch truck. It has a big dog face painted on the back and a line of pups wagging their tails while waiting their turns. When an owner makes a transaction, their dog can usually be seen with its front paws propped up on the counter waiting impatiently for their Frosty Pooch ice cream.
And what dog wouldn’t love Frosty Pooch’s menu of ice cream flavors like Bacon and Peanut Butter? There’s also Bacon Peanut Butter, Banana Peanut Butter and Apple Pumpkin, which happens to be good for doggie digestion. Angela makes her home-made doggie ice cream free of additives and uses only pure ingredients and lactose-free milk.
“Ice cream has lactose which is a problem for dogs,” Angela says. “If they have lactose, they’re gonna have the ‘runs’.
Frosty Pooch ice cream comes in two-ounce cups for $2 a serving. The Peanut Butter Puppsicles shaped like a dog bone sell for $2.50 and the “Woofle Bowl” which features the Frosty Pooch ice cream topped with a biscuit sells for $6. Continue reading Business Views: Puppy Popsicles – Frosty Pooch Ice Cream Truck Goes to the Dogs