St. Pawtrick’s Day Canine Clovers

Easy Treats to Make at Home

What’s better than celebrating a national holiday?  It’s celebrating it with your beloved fur babies!  Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is in March and Cincinnatians LOVE celebrating this holiday by wearing the color green and drinking green beer. Now you and your pups can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day together with my easy and fast DIY cookies and dog wear.  

Yes, our pups will be eating and wearing green for this holiday.  Just follow my fun furry recipes and DIY activities and your lucky dogs will think they won the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

Canine Clovers cookie recipe will have your dog jumping for joy when you treat them to these tail-wagging treats.  Don’t worry, the “green” coloring we use is organic kale powder which is super healthy and happens to be a super food. However, you can always use an organic food coloring as a substitute for the powder. 

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DIY Dog Outfit

The DIY puppy activity is so easy kids can make it!  We are going to use an old t-shirt to create a St. Pittie, I mean St. Patty’s Day outfit for your dog (all dog puns intended).  If you take pictures of your dogs and puppies in their St. Patrick’s Day outfits eating their Canine Clovers tag us at #iLovePetCakes and #CincyPetMag then you will win a FREE box of Cheese refills!  EVERYONE who posts will win if you follow the simple instructions. 

May the luck of the Irish be with you and your dogs.

Canine Clovers

  • Prep time:  35 minutes
  • Cook time:  15 minutes
  • Makes 15 



  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Thoroughly mix all ingredients & form into a ball.
  3. Place ball into a baggy and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  4. Roll out dough about 1/4“ thick. Use cookie cutter to cut out shapes.
  5. Place onto lined baking sheet and into oven.
  6. Bake for 15 minutes, remove, let cool before serving.
  7. Refrigerate for up to a week or freeze for  up to three weeks.

OMD! Oh my dog, did you know that kale can support vision, colon health and fight off infections in dogs?

Neither Melinda nor CincyPet Magazine are veterinary experts and as such you should always consult your vet before introducing anything new into your pet’s diet.

MELINDA KIRK STENGER is CEO of Lucky Paws, LLC and creator of the award-winning PetCakes & YumYum Bones, healthy cake and ice cream for dogs and cats. Melinda has been cooking for over 20 years for her fur babies and sells thousands of dog and cat birthday kits a month on Amazon.com and Chewy.com. She is author of the culinary canine cookbook “Brunch & Bitches.”

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