Freeze-dried chicken treats comprised of 37% crude protein. Soft and easy-to-chew treats are suitable even for puppies and elderly dogs. Small treats are great for giving frequent rewards for good behavior. Pupford offers free dog training classes online.
These treats crumble easily making them easy to eat, but they may crumble too much in the bag.
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.
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.
The 6-ounce bag may not last too long for extended training sessions.
Treats are small, so you can confidently reward your dog several times during a training session. Long-lasting 1-pound bag of treats. No corn, soy, or wheat ingredients. Good size for treat dispensers, so you can continue your training outside of the home.
These are better suited for larger dogs, and may be too big for small pups.
Healthy peanut butter and oat treats made without corn, wheat, or soy. Does not contain artificial flavors or coloring agents. Low calorie (less than 3 calories per treat), so they are great for a long training session or multiple treats throughout the day.
Not all dogs are fans of the peanut butter flavor.
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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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