The Simplest Way To Get Your Hands On Some Really Cheap Dog Treats
When looking out for a dog training treat that's suitable for use as incentive when teaching your dog something new the choice can be overpowering. Pet stores regularly stock all kinds of treats and you can easily leave their sparking aisles with a lighter pocket and bags full, all containing the yummiest choice of dog inducement.
It is not obligatory however to spend a small fortune on training treats for your dog. Even the highest value of reward can get replaced with a less expensive option. The very first thing to do is work out you are your dog likes best and look for a cheaper alternative.
Some dogs love meaty treats, in which particular case many pet shop bought prizes can simply be replaced with small squares of boiled liver. Any dog that likes meat (and let's admit it most do) will offer a visual up in learning tempo at even the smallest hint of liver. To replace individual dog training treats you van make an investment in a low fat tube of squeezed cheese spread or meat paste and simply allow your dog a lick of the end each time you would normally give a reward. Dispensing a reward this way will ensure that your dog tastes just enough to keep him incentivized.
Another idea is to cook your own reward biscuits. It is important to keep the food for training as little as practical so if baking then the biscuits should be cut minute. Home baked pet biscuits may also be rolled into miniscule balls before baking, though this can be time consuming it's also great fun. Home made dog biscuits can be made with whole-wheat flour and numerous ingredients including grated cheese and smooth peanut butter. I regularly try experimenting with fillings for home baking, when looking for new treats to feed my dog.
So dog coaching need not cost a fortune. It is fine to use slivers of leftover Sunday roast or breakfast sausage cut into miniscule pieces to coach your dog. It's also fantasically satisfactory to weight out 1/2 his daily ration of kibble to use during the day in sessions.
This work aims to augment your relations with your dog and shares some of the less expensive options I use to feed my dog his training treats. For more info on this and the benefits a dog training community, please visit The Dog Trick Academy.