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We reviewed many snacks in “Dogman” magazine, but based on purchase data and further screened for healthy ingredients and responsible sourcing (and no junk fillers), these are the favorites of our readers. You will find freeze-dried crunchy biscuits, chewy debris, fruit bites and more.
Remember that snacks only account for 10% of dog food, so if you are in a strict training mode, you need to adjust the amount of food they get with meals.
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Whether you are teaching new tricks to old dogs, or training puppies from scratch, our user and reader communities will sniff these respected brands to keep the dog’s attention during class.
Grain-free training gums that contain no grains, soy, or artificial ingredients.
For a long time, this dry liver treatment has been very popular in the dog show world.
Edible fruit is a great way to give your dog some healthy fruit in a form that the dog likes. They also have a low-calorie version, Skinny mini, Each person only has 3.5 calories.
Zuke’s offers various training dishes (chicken, rabbit, salmon), each bag size (6 ounces, 1 pound, etc.). A training addition: Mini packs only pack 3.5 calories each.
These grain-free soft training foods are perfect for older or younger dogs and come in three different flavors: roast chicken, peanut butter, or slow roast beef.
Blue Buffalo’s variety of grain-free snacks is suitable for every dog. Jerky, semi-moist or crunchy baked goods come in many flavors. Since all protein sources have been clearly named, this is a good treat for dogs suffering from protein allergies.
These training foods have a unique chewy texture that will please even the most discerning taste. Four flavors are available.
It is made with belly-loving probiotic yogurt and contains blueberries, an antioxidant.
Mad Dog’s Triple Pack has a resealable 4 oz. Bagged bacon, chicken, and beef-flavored foods to keep the training interesting for dogs.
The freeze-dried raw liver has a unique smell that dogs really care about.