Re: Treats, what is acceptable?
I always liked treats that were soft and easy for the dog to eat in small bits quickly. I made liver treats that were a hit for my crew once, but, i'll never do it again, I had to LEAVE the house it stunk so bad.
Just used for training some dogs can/like things like bits of hotdog or pieces of cheese. You dont have to use the same treat for everything I think. I will/would save the really really tastey treats (like pieces of cooked chicken or bacon) for things the dog was having a "harder" time learning or just not really interested in learning.
I also couple it with praise and eventually weed out giving treats all the time to just sometimes. I know things like onions, grapes, nuts and raisens arent good for dogs so I would maybe stay away from that.
Baily ~ GSD x ~ (Jan 2001 - Jan 2016)
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