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  • I've been to the pet store and used their specific training treats, but they are extremely expensive, especially considering how often we go through them, so I decided to see what the grocery store would have
  • I found Ceasar Softies, which are chewable little paw-shaped treats
  • Actually, I think they might love the treats so much that it just might be a detriment to the training on some levels
  • But, as of right now, all I know is I can get them to do just about everything (and some things I didn't even ask for) for a chance to have at these treats


    • by Anasuya
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      I’m a huge fan of the show “It’s Me or the Dog”, about British dog trainer, Victoria Stillwell, who seems to be able to work magic with any dog, no matter how ill-behaved it may be. I have two African hunting dogs. Basenjis. They are medium-sized short-haired dogs with adorable curled up tails, and the don’t bark, though they can howl like the wind if it suits them. I have one girl and one boy, both ten years old and very set in their ways, but we’ve come to discover, after several years with us, that we have instilled in them some rather bad habits, such as begging for food by pawing at you, and my male dog absolutely hates other dogs, and since we live in a condo and have to walk them verses letting them run loose in a fenced in back yard, I’m always nervous they’ll get lose one day while the kids are going in and out, and they’ll be running through the neighborhood all willy-nilly

      and come across another dog (because there are a few tenents here who don’t leash their dogs), and my male will go after them as a dominance thing. So, I knew it was time to start training them and training them seriously, because they are a stubborn breed, especially when you wait ten years to take training seriously! I’ve been to the pet store and used their specific training treats, but they are extremely expensive, especially considering how often we go through them, so I decided to see what the grocery store would have. I found Ceasar Softies, which are chewable little paw-shaped treats. They are a little large to use for the purpose of training so I open up the package and cut each treat in half, and then they are the perfect size and I end up with twice as long usuage out of a $4 bag. Not bad at all compared to the $10 bag of training treats at the pet store.

      I use a clicker with ...


      • the treats, and my dogs absolutely LOVE these treats. Actually, I think they might love the treats so much that it just might be a detriment to the training on some levels. Though I’m able to keep my dog’s attention, using these treats, when there are other dogs or squirrels or little critters around, it’s almost impossible to get them to focus on doing simple tricks like laying down, sitting or giving paw, because they are so excited to get at that treat. I can pull that bag out and my dogs are immediately underfoot. I tell them to sit and the immediately sit… then lay down… then sit again… then give their paw… then lay down. They do every trick they’ve ever been taught in a matter of three seconds because they know one of those tricks is bound to get them a treat. It’s very cute, and I think I’ve found my miracle treat to keep them in line when there’s another dog or animal within sight. I
        hope to eventually have them so used to the treat training that they could roam around without a leash and I wouldn’t have to worry about them with other animals. But, as of right now, all I know is I can get them to do just about everything (and some things I didn’t even ask for) for a chance to have at these treats. They are better than cold hotdogs for these dogs (which was their favorite treat). I never do my grocery shopping without throwing a bag of these treats in my cart and giving my dogs a special “hello” with them when I get home. They wait by the door for me if they see me getting out of the car with groceries, because they know I’ll be coming in with their favorite goodies.

        I highly recommend these treats. They are nutritious, and if you use them in moderation (depending on the size of your dog), you’ll get a lot of use out of them and your pets will love you for it.



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