Charlee Bear Treats
love these treats at Red Rover...they look like oyster crackers...small
and crunchy. The dogs love them...especially the new flavor-Turkey
Liver and Cranberry. They're low fat!Kong Tots
discovered these at Clicker Expo...where Kong was a sponsor. They were
giving them out for training...and Score LOVED them. We bought some
bags to bring home, and we always keep a bag in our training bag now.
Low-fat, and only two ingredients (beef liver and milo grain). No wheat
or corn makes them great for dogs with allergies. Small and crunchy,
but they go down quick!Gerber Fruit Puffs
are actually for human toddlers, but they work great for dog training
treats too! Small and slightly crunchy, they are a tasty alternative to
the typical cereal training treat (like Cheerios). I personally snack
on them too while training...the Strawberry-apple taste like
Crunchberries, I think. They're designed to disolve in the mouth, so
they're great for training.
Plato Pet Treats
dogs go crazy for these soft, chewy strips of meat. We've tried the
chicken, duck and salmon flavors, and all were devoured quickly.
They're large treats, but are easy to tear into small pieces for
training. One bag goes a long way!Zukes Mini Naturals
of Xander's favorites. He loves the peanut butter variety. These are
small, chewy treats that come in many flavors. They don't make a mess
in your treat pouch either. Try the Zukes Power Bones for
competitions...they keep Xander going strong!
Simon and Huey Soft Training Treats
one of Xander's favorites...and a favorite of the whole gang. Xander
prefers the PB and molasses variety, and everyone else loves the
"Kickin' Chicken" variety. They smell good enough for me to eat (I
haven't tried them...yet). Small and great for training.
Canz Real Meat Jerky Treats
are great alternatives to the grocery store type jerky treats. These
are natural and made with real meat, not chemicals and fillers. My guys
go crazy for all of the flavors...they don't have a favorite, they love
them all. Easily torn into bite sized pieces for training.Natural Balance Dog Food Roll
is actually dog food pressed into a sausage-shaped roll. I like to use
it for training treats...I just cut off the wrapper, and cut it into
bite-sized pieces. Then I freeze it until I need to use them. My guys
love the beef flavor, but they enjoy all of the other flavors too. This
is nice if you're worried about your dog having a balanced diet...even
the treats are balanced this way!