DOGSTREAT minis are a 100% natural kibble-sized treat perfect for small dogs and ideal to use for repetitive rewards during training. Irresistibly yummy, DOGSTREAT minis have a super soft, moist consistency that’s easy for small mouths and older dogs to chew. Give your dog a DOGSTREAT as special reward or simply because you want to help feed a dog. When you buy one, we give one to a dog in need!
The Ideal Training Treat
Rewarding your dog with treats is an effective way to train your dog and recommended by top dog trainers. DOGSTREAT minis are small enough to fit comfortably in your hand for easy rewarding, but the flavor delivers big results! Your dog will sit, stay and beg for more DOGSTREAT minis. No bigger than a single piece of kibble, DOGSTREATS don’t include wheat, corn, artificial colors, artificial flavors or by products.
Works a treat for Small Dogs
Dogs with small mouths often struggle to enjoy larger treats. DOGSTREATS minis were developed with small breeds in mind. Even the smallest toy poodle can easily eat these treats. And because they are soft and moist, they are easy to chew and digest
Easy to Chew and Low in Calories and so Older & Overweight Dogs Can Enjoy
Some older dogs have missing teeth which makes eating large and/or hard treats more difficult. DOGSTREAT minis are small, moist and easy to digest so senior dogs can consume them. And because they are low in calories, less mobile or overweight dogs can still enjoy a tasty treat.
Oat Flour, Peanut Butter, Glycerin, Barley Flour, Tapioca Syrup, Salt, Duck Oil, Soy Lecithin, Glucono-delta-lactone, Malt Extract, Cultured Dextrose, Mixed Tocopherols (Natural Preservative), Citric Acid (Natural Preservative), Rosemary Extract.
Crude Protein (min.)......................8%
Crude Fat (min.).............................6%
Crude Fiber (max).........................3%
Posted by denise on 15th Aug 2014
Reminds me of peanut butter capt crunch, my shih tzu actually taps the bag to pick her treat...check out the video on facebook denise v duncan...
Posted by Frances and Tuffy on 16th Jul 2014
border Collie and cats like but not the picky Russsel/wawa so over all they are good and I believe would work well for training.