A meaty and healthy little heart-shaped training treat that any dog will happily chomp down in a hurry to hear your next command.
Chicken is the first ingredient. No corn, wheat, or soy. Small and moist bites for all breeds. Available in 3 sizes; 4, 9, and 16 ounces. Great for dogs with food allergies. Includes Omega 3 for healthier skin and coat.
Select another variety if your puppy can’t handle poultry.
Good puppies in training will quickly suck down these small and squishy treats, making them an excellent alternative to crunchy options that take longer to ingest.
A large bag of soft and bite-sized mini-treats. Made with real cheddar cheese. Will not dry out over time. Low calorie training treat. Other flavors available, like salmon or liver.
Not for grain-free diets.
These spongy chicken-based training treats are combined with top-tier ingredients like oatmeal, blueberries, and skim milk for a healthier snack.
Chicken is the first ingredient. Low calorie treat. Includes real nonfat yogurt and blueberry puree. No wheat or corn. No artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners. For dogs of all sizes.
Not for dogs on grain-free diets.
These little allergy-friendly squares are a high protein snack that your dog-in-training can quickly wolf down to prepare for your next task.
Chicken is the first ingredient. Moist, soft, and meaty texture. Includes healthy ingredients like lamb, carrots, apples, and blueberries. Grain free. Made in the USA.
6oz. may not last too long for extended training sessions.
A pricier treat, but its pure meaty and chewy composition is sure to grab and hold any dog’s attention for as long as you need it.
Free-range lamb is the first ingredient. Only 6 ingredients, and 2 are lamb-based. No grains or artificial ingredients. Soft texture. Easy to break into smaller pieces.
One of the most expensive training treats available.
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If you’re at that stage where you need to teach a puppy to sit, stay, and potty where they’re supposed to, a steady stream of training treats is an incredible motivator. Although there are plenty of varieties and flavors available, an excellent training treat should be moist and small, allowing your furry friend to rapidly eat the tiny treat so they can ready themselves for your next command. Be warry of crunchy or chunky training treats, or else you’ll risk having your dog become more invested in eating their sizable or tough snack instead of what you have to say.
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