Bocce's Bakery Quack Quack Quack Duck & Blueberry Recipe Training Bites Dog Treats, 6-oz bagBy Bocce's Bakery
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About This Item
- Crafted with only 100% natural ingredients.
- Each small training bite contains just 4 calories.
- Made in the USA without by-product meals or fillers.
- Completely free of wheat for sidekicks with certain food sensitivities.
- Locally sourced and baked in small batches.
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This are the winners in our training work. My picky puppy who gets tired of different treat types quickly throughout a walk was a big fan of these. Similarly, a fickle boxer of a friend who is notoriously picky about treats and people was completely won over and giving me hugs and leaning on me after a few treats during real exercises. Ten out of ten and will likely try other flavors soon.
yummy for their bellies
my dogs love these little treats. Super small though so for a medium to large dog, one little bite, doesn't do the trick! I like to sprinkle on their morning food! They love them!
Not loving it
I don’t have a particularly food motivated pup and these treats didn’t make the cut. Perhaps because they have a tough dense texture. She rejected them several times in our training sessions.
Quack Quack Quick Quick
I do a lot of dog training so finding a treat that is not crumbly and small enough to maybe reward 20 or so treats in a session is important. These fit the bill and the dogs thought they did too, wanting more!
I love this brand. But I think that this product is not soft enough to use for a training bites. One of my dogs who does obedience training tries to chew it for a while even though the size is not big for her.
These treats are very good! My dog loves them. I love that they are suck I hope you guys have other recipes. I would definitely buy these treats again!!
Perfect little treats ! My little Boy loves them! Recommending it to my dog friends! They use good ingredients
My dog loves these treats and I love that I can pronounce all of the ingredients. They’re small enough that I don’t feel guilty giving many on walks or using them for her puzzles. My only wish is that they were lower calorie because she is smaller. They’re such a cute heart shape as well! I’ll buy again for sure.
Hard, not Chewy
Not sure if I got a bad batch but these treats were most definitely hard and not soft and chewy as described. The bag was fully sealed before I opened it up so maybe it's a QA issue or we just have different definitions of what hard is? My dog is extremely food motivated and eats almost any treat you give her. This is the first and only treat she has refused so far...and she's tried over 30 lines of dog treats.
The treats don't smell bad. They're small, relatively firm, and can be broken into two fairly easily. My pup really enjoys these. However, these treats require more chewing (where as other treats are a quick bite). It takes her quite a few chews to get these down, and the action is like she's chewing a bubble gum. We call these treats "bubble gum" now. Since chewing is required, we use these for rewarding desirable behaviors, such as being calm or laying down to rest, rather than quick actions. For these scenarios, these have been great training treats.