Ben & Jerry's introduces first-ever line of frozen dog treats

The doggie desserts are available in mini cups and multipacks.

Ben & Jerry's announced its first-ever line of frozen dog treats to make "flavor fantasies" come true for people's pooches.

The Vermont-based confectioner created two flavors: Pontch's Mix, which has peanut butter and pretzel swirls, and Rosie's batch that is made with pumpkin and mini cookies.

The dog-friendly desserts are made with water, sugar, coconut oil, pumpkin puree, pea protein, molasses and natural flavors.

The new treats will be sold in 4-ounce mini cups and multi-packs and hit U.S. groceries and pet stores later this month.