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04-04-2014 10:23 AM
Okin My dog likes high quality commercial treats, loves chicken and will go nuts for nathan's hotdogs.
04-04-2014 09:44 AM
ApselBear
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I need to try this cheese wiz thingy. Is there a certain flavor that the dogs favor most? Since they come in more then one flavor.

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Can't go wrong with bacon flavor right?
04-04-2014 12:08 AM
Jmoore728
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I don't usually give hot dogs(or eat them!) but do give string or cubed cheese and natural balance or red barn rolls that I cut into pea sized training treats or tracking bait.
I've wanted to order this, many of the people I train with swear by it, now that we're back to tracking I probably will get some for tracking bait: Happy Howie's Meat Rolls
I love this forum....I'm def going to order some HH Meat Rolls..Price is great also......Cheaper than the Blue treats I buy....They are quite expensive.
04-04-2014 12:03 AM
sechattin Normally cheese bits and whatever meats/organs I find cheap at the asian market to throw on the dehydrator. I was more than a little surprised that his favorite meat to come through the dehydrator so far was not liver or lung but chicken testicles.... I'll have to try the NB rolls.
04-03-2014 10:31 PM
Diesel7602 I need to try this cheese wiz thingy. Is there a certain flavor that the dogs favor most? Since they come in more then one flavor.

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04-03-2014 10:20 PM
SunCzarina LOL Karlo on the BASU ball for spray cheese!
04-03-2014 09:30 PM
ApselBear
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ApselBear- Nesco from Amazon, 34 bucks, does great! Bob

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04-03-2014 08:39 PM
GrammaD
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And if you have to spit a treat, it isn't as bad as dehyrated liver. I do the same for tracking bait, though I don't do the sherry or olive oil. I bake up chicken(w/ springtime garlic seasoning)
So true! And it doesn't get mushy in your mouth like string cheese

The sherry and olive oil are like magic fragrance enhancers. Try it once!
04-03-2014 08:31 PM
onyx'girl
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I use squirt can cheese for targeting, go outs, and contacts. A little blossom of it on a dessert sized paper plate = magic!

I've always used cut up hot dogs and NB food rolls for training but never been comfy with how thirsty they make the dogs. So my new "go to" training treat is chopping up boneless skinless chicken breasts and thighs and tossing them with a little bit of olive oil, cooking sherry, and garlic powder (a little of each goes a long way) and then roasting the bits on parchment paper. I have unintentionally distracted other people's dogs when I open the ziplock I keep these treats in - the smell is fantastic to both human and dog - and there is no greasy hand feel - no crumbs.
And if you have to spit a treat, it isn't as bad as dehyrated liver. I do the same for tracking bait, though I don't do the sherry or olive oil. I bake up chicken(w/ springtime garlic seasoning)
04-03-2014 08:22 PM
Baillif Lamb lung natural balance rolls ftw.
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