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If you own a dog, you will know they love treats. In fact, dogs will do almost anything to get their paws on a treat! Used in the right way, dog treats can help you build a strong relationship with your dog. Dog treats are incredibly useful during training. Training treats for dogs can be used to reward good behaviour. Dog treats can also be used to create a positive association with things like grooming, bathing, taking medicines, or teeth brushing.

There are also some health benefits with certain dog treats. Dental treats for dogs can be a good addition to your pet’s oral health routine. Having a good chew on a dental treat for dogs can help reduce plaque build-up and promote healthy gums.

Dog treats can also help keep your dog entertained. Occupier treats for dogs, or boredom busters, will keep them busy and stop them chewing on your slippers. Hiding occupier treats for dogs in toys like ‘Kong’ can keep them busy for even longer!

There are several different types of dog treats. Baked treats for dogs have a biscuit-like texture which dogs love. Processed treats for dogs are slightly different. An example of processed treats for dogs are air-dried meats like jerky strips – dogs also love these kinds of treats! Whatever type of treat you decide to reward your dog with, it’s important to use them wisely and be careful not to reinforce bad behaviour with them.