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Dog & Puppy Training Treats
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Dog & Puppy Training Treats products have an average rating of 4.6 / 5.0 from 874 reviews
Whether you have just picked up your new puppy or are trying to teach your old dog new tricks, dog and puppy training treats are a fun and effective way to reinforce good behaviour. Treats are an excellent training tool, especially since many dogs are food motivated and these high-value foods will help your dog focus and go the extra mile for a tasty reward. At Pet Circle we stock a wide range of delightful goodies to make training rewarding and delicious.
The best treats for training are in small portions, or able to be broken up into small pieces that can be fed easily like raw and freeze dried dog treats and natural dog treats. Ideally training treats are not too high in calories and should only account for 10% of the total diet, so always be sure to check the feeding guide for recommended amounts.
|Natures Cuts Liver Training Treats||These have been the only training treats I use for my puppy. They are so easy to break up which was perfect when we got him at 10 weeks old. He's now 9 months and still loves them. I purchase these on auto delivery now with his dry food as we can't get enough of them! - TAYLA|
|Bell and Bone Flaxseed and Turmeric Superfood Dog Treats||Cavoodle pup loves these, they're his high value treats. - SINTA|
|Ziwi Peak Good Dog Rewards Venison||My cocker spaniel and border collie both LOVE these! Both, especially the cocker spaniel, have sensitive stomachs and these settle perfectly, no upsets at all. 5/5 from us! - KAT|
A common concern amongst owners is that the dog will become dependent on treats to obey the command; this is rarely the case. If this is a worry, be sure to keep your treat portions small and once your dog has learned the command and is able to perform it consistently, you can alternate between praise, treats and toys to reward good behaviour.
Training treats for puppies and dogs differ primarily in their purpose and design. They are specifically crafted for immediate rewards during training sessions, being smaller, low in calories, and often having strong flavours to motivate the dog. They're consumed quickly to maintain the training's flow. On the other hand, regular dog treats are more varied in size and ingredients, serving as snacks, health supplements, or bonding tools.
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