When you have a puppy or a dog that is in the learning phase, dog treats such as cookies, biscuits & snacks can be good reward incentives for their good behavior training. In addition to the treat, remember to reinforce good behavior with praise and verbal rewards.
For older dogs, who are already educated and adapted to their home, it is important to use the goodies to reinforce the bond. In fact, who does not like to enjoy a moment of pleasure by eating tasty treat? The same is true in your pet. Of course, you should always take care of their main diet so they do not consume too many daily calories.
It is important to bear in mind that treats should be a supplement to the diet and feeding of your pet. As a rule, dog treats should not contribute to more than 10% of the calories from your dog’s diet.
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