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dog training treats

What are the best puppy training treats?

High-value treats are best for training. Meaning, treats they don't get every day—a new, interesting flavor, smell or texture. Make sure it's a bite sized low-calorie treat, since they're likely to have multiple treats in one training session. Or you can break one big treat into smaller pieces.

How many treats are too many for a puppy?

The number of treats matters less than the number of calories. Treats should only make up 10% or less of your dog's daily calories (even less if your puppy is overweight). Make sure they're getting all the good stuff they need from their food, and supplement their diet with treats for rewards.

What should I do if my puppy doesn't want treats?

Your puppy may turn down a treat for many reasons. They could be distracted, stressed, or simply don't like the flavor. Try different flavors, brands and textures of treats first. If that doesn't work, your puppy may react better to being rewarded with toys, play, petting or other special attention.

How do I work on engagement with my puppy without using treats?

While your puppy will require lots of treats as they start their training or work on new behaviors, you may begin to taper the amount of treats given as they progress. Additionally, there are plenty of treat-alternatives you can reward your puppy with when they are a good dog. Try rewarding them with a toy, play time or extra attention.

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