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Old 01-01-2014, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Training treats, what is everyone using

Like the topic says, what's a good tiny training treat to use?


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redbarn. it's soft so they can gobble it instead of stopping to chew or crunch. I use his meals for tracking.
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This is my current favorite training treat: Real Meat Thawed Raw Dried Dog Food Beef 2lb | WhiteDogBone.com

Technically, it's dog food, not treats, but the pieces are a perfect size for training and can be broken into even smaller pieces with your fingers, if necessary. Very wholesome and healthy, and my dogs love it. No refrigeration necessary.
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natural balance beef loaf. I just cut it in small pieces.
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Red barn, natural balance, Orijen kibble, nature's variety raw tidbits, and when I am home I make my own.

I am going to attempt to freeze dry raw meat and see how it goes.... I love the freeze dried treats but they are so expensive!


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natural balance beef loaf. I just cut it in small pieces.
Same here
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Hot dogs. Chopped into 4s. Cut it in half lengthwise, then cut each half in half length wise. Then chop into 1 inch 4s.


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Hot dogs. Chopped into 4s. Cut it in half lengthwise, then cut each half in half length wise. Then chop into 1 inch 4s.


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Yap, this is exactly how i do..
.except sometimes i cut it to smaller bits.
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I am still very happy with the wellness wellbites. You can break or cut the squares into a lot of pieces and they stay moist. Dog loves them.
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Natural balance beef roll. Or I buy salmon cook it cut it up and freeze in baggies. Take out as I need it


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