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I am trying to teach my pup few basic commands, please help?

I am trying to teach my pup few basic commands, for now I am using Royal Canin as a treat when he follows the command. My question to all the members is, what do you use as a treat for your dogs when you train them?
By El Bandito · 21 Dec 2010 10:44 am


By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 21 Dec 2010 10:55 am
I use dog biscuits and chicken treats from Glenand; I also sometime use chicken liver for training.
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By Dinkar Singh · 21 Dec 2010 5:19 pm
Royal Canin is a dog food as far as I know. It is not always that food is required. A lot of praise can also be used, a favorite toy can be also used, when he does what u want him to do etc. The best treat is something that he really likes/loves. It can be dog biscuits, small pieces of chicken chew sticks which he does not get on a regular basis, on a day to day basis and is really tasty for him. All The Best !!
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By Mark D\'Costa · 23 Dec 2010 8:11 pm
Positive rewards include, praise (verbal), strokking/belly rub (physical), food (small juicy titbits such as liver, chicken etc), toys ( ball, frisbee etc)
Remember you need to find out which works best for your dog. The more diffrent kind of rewards you use the better your chances are that you will not get the dog bored with one form of reward.
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By sindhoor · 03 Apr 2011 10:30 am
Royal Canin is perhaps not the best for treats. Treats have to be very tasty and the dog should feel motivated to do what you want him to do. The treat should make him feel special. Many pet stores will carry different kinds of treats. One thing to note: try to use soft treats, not crunchy biscuits. The reason is, if you are training him and give him crunchy biscuit treats, he might drop crumbs when he is chewing and might get distracted by the crumbs.

I use paneer cubes and cheese cubes to treat my doggie. You could also use cubes of crisp veggies like carrots and baby corn. Chicken jerkies are easy to make at home and make good treats. Depends entirely on your dogs taste. But keep it very interesting for your doggie and he will enjoy the training sessions
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