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Training Treats for Cats
When embarking on training with your cat, treats are essential to maximise success! Training treats for cats are high-value, tasty and easy to give to your cat. Pet Circle stocks an excellent range of training treats to please every cat's palate. Even the fussiest of felines will love these treats!
Best training treats for cats based on our customer reviews
|Absolute Holistic Bisque Chicken and Lobster Liquid Treats for Cats and Dogs||All 3 of my cats go crazy over this. It is their favourite out of all the treats I have tried them on.- KERRI|
|Blackcat Fish Delites||My cat loves these but they're messy. My cat chomps on them and leaves small flakes on the ground.- CHRIS|
|Dine Creamy Treats Tuna & Salmon Flavour||Our cat Katie loves these treats... it's the only thing that she will get up and run towards you for! It can get messy feeding straight from the tube, but she always cleans up any spills. The tuna and salmon flavour is her favourite.- ABI|
|Temptations Cat Treats - Hearty Beef Flavour||This food was loved by my cat! Seems great and he wanted more! - SUE|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Best cat treats for training
High-value training treats are helpful during training sessions to incentivise your cat. The ideal training treats are available in smaller portions or able to be broken into smaller pieces and easily given for an immediate reward. A training pouch makes it easy to reward your cat immediately to reinforce a behaviour or trick. Always remember that treats should account for 5% of your cat's total daily food intake. Follow the recommended feeding guides during these sessions.
Clicker training for cats
Cats can be trained! To start with, tasty training treats and a clicker will be helpful. Clicker training is a great way to accelerate training with your cat. The aim of the clicker is to associate the sound with a reward. When you are doing further training sessions and your cat performs the desired behaviour, the clicker offers immediate feedback that they have performed the correct behaviour and a reward will follow.
Start your sessions with the clicker sound then throwing a treat to your cat. Repeat this process a few times per day until your cat associates the clicker sound with a treat. Once your cat is consistently responding to the clicker sound, you can start to teach your cat tricks like sitting and teaching to give their paw. To maximise success, your cat should be hungry and energetic. Keep training sessions short and fun.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian