Train Me Training Reward Dog Treats, Bacon Flavor, Pantry Pack
3 calories per treat. No: Corn, soy, BHA, BHT. Crazy dog. Recommended by dog trainers. Focuses. Motivates. Rewards. Equal to 4 regular bags. Approx 450 treats sold by weight. Gourmet dog treat. Every dog treat is not necessarily a successful Training Reward! The Crazy Dog Train-Me! Training Rewards have been tested and recommended by thousands of professional dog trainers because they have proven to attract, focus motivate and reward dogs for learning a task. And, that helps shorten the learning curve and make training lessons more successful! Pork liver is the first ingredient in all our treats. To add variety to your dogs training sessions, bacon, beef, chicken or salmon are added to the pork liver. Train-Me! Treats: Grab dogs attention. Focus dog on task. Motivate dogs to perform. Reward dogs for learning. Shorten the learning curve. A well trained dog is a member of the family. Always have fresh water available for your pet. Train-Me Treats. The right choice. Devoted to pets, people & the planet. www.crazydog.com. Facebook. For tips & tricks, check our Crazy Dog. Crazy Pet Children Foundation. Play with your pets & care for your pets. Parents, play is fun for kids & pets! It helps kids interact with their pet. It helps kids interact with their pet. It helps them understand that pets, like human, need food, water and shelter to survive. Once your dog is well trained, here are a couple activities that you can supervise. Parents, remember, its important for you to supervise all interaction between children and pets. Dont allow children to tease dogs with treats. Teach them to care for their pets, to respect their pets and to be dependable. A training reward should be very palatable and aromatic to entice your dog, get his attention, focus him on the task and create the desire to accomplish the task. As a reward, it satisfies your dog and motivates him to repeat the task. Recloseable zipper. Manufactured in USA. Calorie Content: (Calculated) 2,960 ME Kcal/kg / 3 ME Kcal per treat.