Pet Botanics Training Reward Bacon Flavor Dog Treats, 20-oz bag
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- Healthy and nutritious: made with real pork liver and enhanced with BotaniFits, a natural nutrient blend
- Perfectly sized for repetitive reward training at just three calories per treat and over 500 treats per bag
- Easy to carry in your pocket for rewarding on the go
- Moist texture that won’t crumble or break, bite-sized chews great for dogs of all sizes
- Choice of top trainers: provides focus, motivation, and a shorter learning curve
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Excellent Treat - Not Just for Training
I unfortunately got into the habit of spoiling my dog with too many treats for good behavior. I needed something smaller (and to cut back on the amount) so I decided to try these. She loves the flavor, and I love the size, and I don't feel as guilty when I give her a few per day.
My puppy loves these treats - Just the right size and apparently very tasty. They are great people would treat during training exercises
These are great treats! However, I bought these here for $5.99 a bag just 4 months ago. Now they are over $14 for the same bag. Deal? Come on!!
High value treats!
These are a must have for training! My dogs love all treats, but with these you would think I pulled out a whole steak by their reaction! I know trainers always say “have a high value treat” with you. Which having actual meat, cut up in my pocket, always sounded really gross to be handling etc. So I am so glad I found a perfect treat for the situation!
Just ok for me
I have two dogs. One large, one very small. I got these and the mini version of the bacon flavor. They smelled like Beggin Strips and I thought the dogs would go kinda nuts over them, which is what you need to have good training rewards. It's called "high value" reward. My large dog liked them more than my small dog. Small dog basically spits it out. Large dog is much easier to please. But both really prefer a good salmon jerky treat over this, so I've just been breaking those up for training rewards instead. I use these just for the big dog sometimes so they don't go to waste.
Great training aids!
We had a dog trainer come by to help us with our 2-year-old German Shepherd, Dixie. She would cower in the corner when we called her, and when we went outside with her she would not come back if we didn't use a harness and leash with her. We live on 4.36 acres, and we really wanted her to have the freedom to run around our yard without having to leash her. Come to find out, Dixie is very food motivated. The trainer advised that the cowering may be genetic or it could have been from the breeder yelling at the litter or possibly hitting them. We have never raised a hand to strike her, and while we did speak firmly to her when she was not behaving well (mainly house training issues), we didn't yell at her, but she still acted as if we were going to hit her or cause her pain. The trainer said to buy these treats and use them everytime Dixie came near. She said to give them to her for any reason at all, and to put the treats in the same pocket in whatever pants we wore when we took her outside. She didn't take long to know which pocket her treats were in, and she figured out that if she wanted a treat she had to do what we wanted her to do. The above was in December. Now it is June 2022, and she is coming to us without cowering. She comes inside when she sees us go up our front steps. She doesn't need a leash in our yard, but we still harness and leash her at the park where my husband takes her to walk. She isn't barking at anything that moves now. She only barks to alert us that someone new is in our driveway. We are very pleased with how the treats have motivated her and coupled with the training we did when the trainer advised us in December, she is a different dog now. We are re-ordering the treats as we are on our last bag of them. We have a new Shih Tzu puppy named Luca, and he is driving Dixie nuts, but she loves it.
Good for larger breeds
These treats are probably a great training size for many dogs, for my 2lb Pom puppy, I have to cut them smaller. Still work!
Perfect size for training
These are the perfect little size for training my two corgis. The treats are about pea sized. So they get just enough of a treat but it doesn’t fill them up. Dogs love the flavor. They are soft unless you leave them out exposed to air for a while, then the treats start to harden. My dogs tend to have sensitive stomachs but these have been just fine.
Great Training Treats
My yorkies and chihuahua love these and they are so easy to use for training. They are the perfect size for little ones. I buy soft sticks for them too but these are great because you don’t have to break them up and the dogs love them! They are always soft too which is a plus. I hate when treats say they are soft and arrive hard as rocks. Lol!
Ra loves these
We are working on basic commands like sit & up. He responds so well with these treats. It makes training a breeze!