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I need to start training my new puppy and do not know what kind of treats to get as a reward during training sessions. Can anyone suggest a good type of

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If you would like to give training to your dog so you need to consult with the dog training institution because they can know the proper step as well as you can see in the web how to give step by step process just you have to follow few step.
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Small pieces (Not big ones, maximum size of your thumb nail!!!) of real food such as roast beef, steak, ham, and turkey, i have noticed that dogs that i have trained will learn fastest with these treats !

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Treats used while training should be small in size. I highly recommend small treats with good natural flavors. My favorite treats are from Foster & Smith, I will send you the link for great training treats.

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/Product/Prod_Display.cfm?pcatid=12139

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Any treat whether it is meaty or crunchy is good enough for your dog, however the treat should be small enough for it to be consumed quickly so that you dog don't become too involved with the treat to concentrate on the training.

Posted on May 13, 2012

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