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It's a jungle out there trying to make heads or tails of all the different kinds of treats you can get for your dog. Whether they should be made from meat, fish or vegetarian, how high the protein content should be and how many or few additives the treats contain. Treats from Pooch & Mutt are handmade with low-calorie content and are gluten-free. If you want 100% meat, you can choose Orijens or Raw for Paw's treats, and if you like fruit and vegetables, Naturea is the safe choice.
Training treats are best when they are small and soft treats so that the dog can quickly receive a reward and immediately move on to the next exercise. The treats should not exceed the dog's daily caloric needs, which is why it is best to use training treats that do not contain too many calories. If you train and give a lot of treats, it may be a good idea to reduce the dog's daily amount of food.
Motivating your dog when training is crucial and achievable with the help of treats with delicious tastes and smells. If your dog doesn't like the treats training will be difficult, as reward is a big motivation factor. A positive attitude and reward are the way forward to getting a motivated dog and the dog's ability to learn and concentrate increases if he gets tasty and fragrant training treats.