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Our 60-100g range is meant for our Small Dog / Cat Owners or our new customers who perhaps want to try a few products before they know what their mate likes and want to buy a larger bag.
Delicious and Nutritious Treats for Small to Medium Sized Dogs: 60-100g Range
We have a different range of products that your pet will love:
- Chicken Nibbles
- Lamb Puff Crispies
- Beef Liver Morsels
- Seafood Slices
- Lamb Liver Morsels
- Kangaroo Strips
- Tasty Trainers – 3 different variations
- Beef Sensations
All our treats are 100% Australian single protein. no additives, no fillers, no preservatives, grains or binding agents. What are you waiting for, try out 60-100g range today.
We manufacture Ultra-Premium pet treats right here in Caloundra, Queensland.
Natural treats for dogs
Natural treats for dogs are becoming increasingly popular among pet owners who want to provide their furry friends with healthy and nutritious snacks. At Loyalty Pet Treats, we understand the importance of high-quality ingredients and use only the best natural ingredients in our pet treats. Our unique NUTRIESEAL process helps to lock in essential nutrients and improve the aroma and taste of our treats, making them irresistible for your furry friend. With a wide variety of flavors and textures from single proteins to choose from, our natural treats are perfect for pets of all ages and sizes. Whether you’re training your puppy or rewarding your senior dog, our natural treats are sure to please. They are made without preservatives and artificial flavors, ensuring that your dog is getting only the best. Natural treats for pets are a great way to show them that you care about their well-being, and our NUTRIESEAL process guarantees that they are getting the nutrients they need in a tasty package, try out 60-100g range today!
How many treats should I give my dog when training?
When it comes to dog training, treats can be an effective tool to reward and motivate your furry friend. However, giving your dog too many treats can lead to weight gain and other health issues. So, it’s important to know how many treats to give your dog when training. A general guideline is to give your dog no more than 10% of their daily calorie intake in treats. You can calculate this by multiplying your dog’s weight in pounds by 30, and then dividing the result by 100. This will give you the number of calories your dog should consume in a day. From there, you can determine how many treats you can give your dog. Additionally, it’s important to consider the size and calorie content of the treats you are giving your dog. Small, low-calorie treats are best for training as they will not add unnecessary calories to your dog’s diet. With out 60-100g range you are sure to find what treats your pet responds to best.