It might b good for others including some trainers, but i have small dogs and I guess they must be picky because I was lucky to get one of them to smell them..the other one just looked at it and walked away. I was hoping it would work. but I have the same problem with the food, I have to mix with another food so that they will eat itl
These are a perennial hit with basically every dog I give them to. They are marketed as 'bits' but honestly, I often break them into 2-4 pieces even for large and giant breed dogs. I like that they're chewy and moist (as long as you keep them in a sealed bag). I don't want a training treat that a dog has to crunch or take a long time to chew. So these fit the bill and the beef recipe without corn, wheat, or soy is tummy-friendly for the majority of dogs.
I order a 16 oz bag of training bits to start using when my present training food ran out. The bag I received May 5th. Has a best by date of 7/13/23. That seems like a short shelf life, or do the training bits always have a short shelf life? If that is a fact I will have to order smaller bags. I don't recall it having such a short shelf like the last time I ordered. My dog love these bits, but I use them only for training purpose.
My dogs like these just fine. They aren't their top favorites, but they wouldn't pass up an opportunity to eat them. They are quite small, good for training as long as you have some other, bigger treats to mix in (like Charlee Bear crunchy treats), or else your dog may lose interest.
We are in the process of training our Dale and he really responds well with these treats. They are small enough that I don’t feel uncomfortable about him eating so many. We have tried other treats and have had to go back to these ones. He didn’t much care for the other kind. He knows what the bag looks like and gets excited when I pull them out. He approves and so do I.
These turned out to be the best treats for my puppy. They are chewy enough for her to handle. They are small so they are easy to give as a treat without being concerned about too many calories.
This isn’t chewy’s fault but my dog just won’t eat these and unfortunately I ordered a whole bunch. It would cost too much to ship back. My bad, I should’ve tried one bag first.
These tiny training treats worked great in our Obstacle Course class. They did not glob together so I could give one at a time. They also did not crumble and make a mess on the mats that might distract the other dogs or need to be cleaned up.
My dog just loves these treats...training time, or just because. They are a great value as well, and easy to transport when we go on avdventures!
We recently discovered American Journey by Chewy. Love the ingredients and the price!!! All three huskies love them:)