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Dog Training Treats are a great way to reward and motivate your furry friend. But, not all treats are created equal. Choosing the right kind of treats for your pet’s training can make all the difference. At Loyalty Pet Treats we offer a wide range of options that are not only tasty but also nutritious. When it comes to choosing the best dog training treats, some things to consider are the age and size of your furry friend and whether they are natural and free from preservatives and artificial flavors.
Why use treats when training your dog?
Training your dog is about forming a bond with them; it should be fun and rewarding for you and your dog.
Training your dog has come a long way, and science-based force-free dog training has proven to be the most positive and effective way to train your pet to be a calm, focused, attentive and well-mannered companion.
Using a high-value dog training treats can take the stress out of training.
How do you train a dog for good behaviour?
Loyalty Pet Treats advocates force-free pet training. Rewarding your pet with treats means you have to offer them something they consider high value, which is why we have exclusively manufactured Australia’s No1 rewarding Tasty Trainers. Our Tasty Trainers are an aromatic attention-grabbing good behaviour positive reward full of heaps of mouthwatering flavour.
How to choose the right training treats for your dog?
Firstly the treat of choice should be healthy as you will use a lot of them; many commercial dog training treats are just like feeding lollies and made with a lot of rubbish ingredients with added salt and sugar.
All Loyalty Pet Treats are 100% pure and natural.
- No binding agents
- No add salt
- No added Sugar
- No added Colour
- No gluten
- No preservatives
- No soy
- No fillers
- No Glycerin
Our Tasty Trainers’ variety of dog training treats is mouthwatering, easy to break into tiny pieces, tail wagging, and light up their faces with attentive anticipation treat.
Tasty Trainers will help you train your dogs to have the “life skills” required to be your loyal, well-behaved companion. These treats will not disappoint in any way.
What kind of treats should I use to train my dog?
Some trainers promote roast chicken, hot dog, sausage, cheese, devon or kabana. They may consider them high value, but the biggest problems with these types of treats are the risks they bring with them:
- They need to be refrigerated: Bacteria need warmth and moisture to grow; your pocket or treat bag is the perfect incubator.
- These products contain additives, preservatives, salt, sugar, flavouring, colouring, and binding agents. Everything your dog should not eat.
- Handling these types of dog training treats can also make your pet sick and yourself.
That is why we don’t call them high-value; we call them the high-risk unhealthy treat.
How, you ask? You put your hand in your treat bag, put your hand to your dog’s mouth and give him a piece of sausage, pat your dog, and put your hand to your face. It can be easy to make either of you sick without thinking about it.
Loyalty Pet Treats have many high-reward positive training treats that do not require refrigeration. They are safe for your pocket or treat bag and won’t make either of you sick.
What are the best dog training treats?
When it comes to training your dog, using the right kind of treats can make all the difference. The best training treats are high-value, small, easy to digest and have a great taste that your dog will love. High-value treats are particularly important during training as they can be used to motivate your dog and encourage them to focus on the task at hand. When choosing training treats, it’s also important to consider the ingredients. Natural and organic treats are a great option as they are free from artificial flavors and preservatives. Also, if your dog has any dietary restrictions, you can look for grain-free, gluten-free, or low-calorie options. Another aspect to consider is the texture of the treat, soft treats are easy to break into small pieces, making them perfect for training, while durable treats are great for extended training sessions.
Best treats for puppies
When it comes to training and rewarding your puppy, it’s important to choose treats that are not only tasty but also easy to digest and safe for their delicate system. Puppies have different nutritional needs than adult dogs, so it’s important to choose treats that are formulated specifically for them. One of the best options for puppy treats are those that are made with natural and organic ingredients, free from preservatives and artificial flavors. These treats are gentle on their sensitive stomachs and provide essential vitamins and minerals to aid in their growth and development. Additionally, small-sized treats are perfect for puppies, as they are easy to chew and swallow. Another great option for puppies are soft treats, as they are easy to break into small pieces, making them perfect for training. Puppies have still developing teeth, so it’s important to choose soft treats that are easy on their gums and teeth.