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Homemade Dog Treats for St. Patrick’s Day

By Colleen Williams
March 17, 2016 • 1 min. read
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‘Green Juice’ Gluten-Free Dog Treats

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From blogger Downtown Native, these homemade dog treats will have your pet seeing green! Parsley and mint provide natural color as well as freshen bad dog breath. Brown rice flour makes this recipe gluten-free, perfect for pups with food allergies or intolerances. Minnie’s secret ingredient is coconut oil, which sweetens treats just a touch while giving your pet’s coat a healthy shine.

Doggie Green Bean Crunchies

homemade dog treats

A great source of protein for pups, this easy dog treat recipe comes from the SkinnyMs blog. Healthy for humans, too, try green beans as a snappy snack. Perfect for pups trying to lose weight, these homemade dog treats are deceptively delicious.

McMochi’s Pot O’ Gold Dog Biscuits 

homemade dog biscuitsDespite their name, these homemade dog biscuits are actually a gorgeous shade of green! Spinach, a dog-friendly superfood, does the trick as well as providing protein, fiber, iron and essential vitamins. For the Love of Pooch blogger taste tests all creations on her pup Mochi, so this St. Patrick’s Day dog treat recipe is canine-approved.

Bark Beer for Dogs

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Get the pawty started this St. Patrick’s Day with a recipe for homemade Bark Beer! Completely non-alcoholic, the refreshing (for dogs) beverage is sure to be a hit with canine company. Use chicken or beef stock, adding spinach for a healthy dose of color and vitamins. Kirby, the canine chef responsible for the concoction, recommends it to keep pets cool during summer.


colleen williams
By Colleen Williams

Over the past decade, Colleen has written about health, wellness, beauty, and even pets for The New York Times, The Cut, Refinery29, xoVain, Healthy Paws Pet Insurance, and Seattle Met Magazine, as well as many beauty brands. She has a BFA in Art History from the University of New Mexico and an AAS in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design in New York.

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