Best Healthy and Nutritional Treats to Help Train Your Dog

Dog treats can be a great way to reward your dog for doing something good, or possibly an incentive for your dog to do something. Either way, dog treats are essential for any dog owner to have on hand. But you have to keep in mind that not all dog treats are the same. In fact, some treats are actually downright bad for your dog. That’s why I’ve put together this list of my top picks of dog treats that are healthy as well as tasty for your dog.

MaroSnacks Dog Treats

Starting off the list is MacroSnacks Milk-Bone dog treats. These treats are tasty and delicious with real bone marrow. They’re also rich in calcium to help maintain strong and healthy teeth and bones.

Helpful Review:

My two Boxers love these and I use them for training outside. This is their ‘treat’ for bringing me a ball or another item. They both like them and I think it is because they taste good to them. When I see them drool ahead of time, I know they like it.

Good ‘N’ Fun Triple Flavor Kabob

These Kabob treats are wrapped in premium cuts of real meat that your dog will absolutely love. They are made with premium chicken, wholesome duck, and hearty liver. These uniquely shaped treats will provide your dog with long lasting entertainment.

Helpful Review:

My dog absolutely loves these treats. He is extremely picky (for a rescue!), and I have a “graveyard” of treats that I guessed he might like–but absolutely not! So far these are one of the only two treats he will eat. But, he demolishes them in 10 minutes, so he goes through a bag fairly quickly.

Zuke’s Mini Naturals Dog Treats

Out of all treats listed, Zuke’s Mini Treats are my dog’s favorite. Each treat is pretty small so you can be assured you’re not giving your dog too much. Real chicken is the number one ingredient in this. These dog treats are made without corn, wheat, or soy. Overall, these are a great pick.

Helpful Review:

My dogs are absolutely CRAZY about this stuff. I am very pleased with this product. I’ve been using it for about 6 months now and my dogs are hooked on it.

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