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Posted by Shawn Goh on Mar 08, 2018
When you train your dog, you will most likely need to use treats as an incentive. Some companies make dog treats specifically to be used during training. These treats are generally small, soft and easy for you to give to your pet. Push Pets is here to help you find the best training treats on the market. All of the treats listed in this article are available at Push Pets, our online pet shop Singapore. You should also be able to find these treats in a pet shop near you.
Wellness Soft Puppy Bites Lamb and Salmon Dog Treats are perfect for training, because they are small and full of healthy ingredients. Since puppies are generally the ones undergoing training, these treats were specifically made to fit the needs of puppies.
Wellness Soft Puppy Bites treats contain DHA and Omega 3, which help your puppy’s brain develop healthily. The treats are soy-, corn-, wheat- and dairy-free, and they don’t contain any grains, which makes them perfect for puppies with sensitive stomachs.
If you don’t want puppy specific treats, or you want a different flavor, Wellness makes a number of different treat varieties and flavors, including both soft and crunchy treats.
Another great option for training treats is Fruitables Whole Jerky Bites Bacon & Apple Dog Treats. Fruitables treats smell so good, they are irresistible even to most picky dogs. These make bite-sized treats are made with real bacon and sweet apples. Its mouthwatering flavor and chewy texture drives dogs crazy. These special treats are made with only a few ingredients–just bacon, apple, and natural flavor—and no artificial nonsense that might trigger allergies or digestive problems. These treats are gluten-, wheat-, corn- and soy-free, and they are certified organic. They are also low in calories, so your dog won’t start gaining weight during training.
The apple and bacon flavor are a favorite for many dogs, but there are many different flavor options available. Fruitables makes both soft and crunchy treats, so you can choose the option that works best for your pooch.
If you prefer to use crunchy treats during your training, you should consider Stella & Chewy’s Carnivore Crunch Turkey Recipe Dog Treats. These grain- and gluten-free treats are made with meat that was freeze-dried while raw, so your dog will get a lot of protein from each treat. While these treats are high in protein, each treat is only three calories.
Your dog will love that these treats are 98 percent turkey. If your dog isn’t a turkey fan, these treats come in a variety of different meat flavors, including chicken and duck.
If you have trouble deciding on a treat to use during training, you should consider visiting our online pet shop Singapore to get a variety of treats to try out. Even dry dog kibble can be used for training in a pinch. Avoid using people food during train, as it is usually higher in calories.
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