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Strap Dog Treats
If you are looking for a dog treat for training or for a special reward, look no further than a delicious meaty strap dog treats. Pet Circle stocks a number of different strap dog treats made from chicken, beef and bacon and milky straps.
Our article uncovers What are the best dog treats?
Best strap dog treats based on our customer reviews
|Natures Cuts Beef Jerky Strips||Good product my dog really enjoys them and I would buy again. - BB|
|Pooch Treats Chicken Pops Dog Treats||We love it when mummy buys us POOCH TREATS Chicken Pops, they're our favourite and we'll do anything for more. Yum yum yum! - CASS|
|Prime 100 SPT Chicken Fillets||My dog loves them & I will purchase as they are Australian made - GEORGE|
|Pooch Treats Australian Chicken Breast Fillet Dog Treats||My two small dogs, chihuahua x & terrier x adore these chicken treats, they do their best happy dance just at the crumpling sound of the packet coming from the cupboard.. - HELEN|
Frequently Asked Questions
Which treats are the best for training?
The best treats for training are in small portions, or able to be broken up into small pieces that can be fed easily, like soft straps or liver treats. Treats should only account for 10% of the total diet, so always feed in moderation and check the feeding guide for recommended amounts. Exceeding these amounts during training can contribute to weight-gain. Treat pouches are a wonderful way to continue your training when you are out and about with your dog. This can help reinforce good behaviour when on the leash and around other dogs and people.
Can I use treats to train my dog?
Absolutely, treats are a wonderful way to reinforce desired behaviour. Many dogs are food driven, offering a high-value treat can motivate your dog and get the most out of your training sessions. If your dog has any dietary requirements or medical conditions, always check with your vet if treats are ok to give your dog.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian