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  • I don't like to give him too much human food

    • by mbowie
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      I adopted a dog, Chase, from the Humane Society. He was very sick and had all sorts of problems. He is all better now. He is the only dog, that I can remember, that wasn’t just nuts about food. He likes food, but not excited about it. I have other dogs. Dog treats, of any kind, do the trick for training with them.

      Chase didn’t like anything enough to really hold his attention. I tried all sorts of dog treats. I don’t like to give him too much human food. So, I was really at a loss as to what I could use for him and training.

      I was looking around on Dr. Foster’s and Smith and came across a dog treat called Pro-Treat. It is freeze-dried chicken ...


      • treats. I saw a couple of favorable reviews and they weren’t expensive. So, I decided to give them a try.

        They are easy to break into smaller pieces and come in a can with a lid. Chase loves them! I couldn’t believe it. He would choose a laser light over other, more expensive, dog treats. Not the Pro-Treats. They have made training

        him a lot easier. He sits at attention every time I bring out the treats. I have just ordered the liver flavored ones from Dr. Foster’s and Smith. They cost $3.99 for two 1.66oz cans. They also have, lamb/rice flavor.

        Of course my other dogs love them too. They like anything, I mean anything. Chase was the true test. Pro-treat passed with flying colors.




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