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We’ve reviewed tons of treats here on The Dog People, and we’ve put together a list of some of our reader favorites. Whether you’re teaching an old new dog new tricks or starting a puppy from scratch, we’ve got cookies of every possible description to keep a dog focused while school’s in session.
You’ll find freeze-dried crunch, chewy jerky goodness, fruit bites, and more. What they have in common are healthy ingredients and responsible sourcing (and no junk fillers). Keep in mind that treats should only make up about 10% of your dog’s diet, so if you’re in hardcore training mode, adjust the amount they get at mealtimes.
Freeze dried raw liver has a unique scent dogs really focus on. 4.2 oz package: $4.72
Crazy Dog’s Triple Treat Pack features one resealable 4 oz. bag each of bacon, chicken, and beef flavor treats to keep training interesting for your dog. $14.75
Frosted with tummy-loving probiotic yogurt glaze and featuring healthy pumpkin and banana. 6-oz package: $10.49
These treats have a unique chewy texture sure to please even the pickiest of palates. Four flavors to choose from. 6 oz: $2.66 – $4.99
Blue Buffalo’s huge range of grain-free treats has something for every dog. Jerky, semi=moist, or crunchy baked treats come in a range of flavors. Great for dogs with protein allergies, as all protein sources are clearly named. 10-oz package: $3.69
These super-soft grain-free treats are perfect for older or smaller dogs. 5-oz bag: $6.95
Seven tasty flavors to choose from in 3 size options. The 1-pound package is $10.07.
A plus for training: the minis pack just 3.5 calories a piece.
Fruitables are a great way to give your dog a dose of healthy fruit in a form they love. 7-oz: $4.49
This dried liver treat is a longtime favorite in the dog show world. 21-oz tub: $25.37
A soft grain-free treat that’s perfect for training and doesn’t contain any corn, soy, or artificial ingredients. 3-oz package: $3.49
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