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Training Starter Pack with Chicken and Large Lead
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Our training starter pack is an absolute must-have for training your pup! When you have the right tools, training gets so much easier. Comes with the following ⤵️ -Chicken Training Treats -30 Foot Long Lead for Dogs OVER 20 lbs -Tug Toy (Color of leads and tug toys may vary)
Training your pup with the right tools and products is key to a well-behaved dog! With this training starter pack, you’ll get the essential items you need to teach your pup the basics. These items will help with general training, chewing, biting, recall, focus training, and more! Quit worrying about what items you need to start training and get this starter pack! Each item has been created and hand-picked with the help of some of the top dog trainers in the world to give you the best experience possible when training your pup.
Freeze Dried Chicken, Mixed Tocopherols (natural antioxidant).
Crude Protein (min): 37% Crude Fat (min): 28% Crude Fiber (max): 1.5% Moisture (max): 8%
Less than 1 kcal per treat.
About 30 feet long and the leash width is about 1". Best for dogs OVER 20 lbs.
Using the Treats
These treats should be used for dedicated training sessions as a rapid reward. Remember, for most behaviors you'll only need one treat (or even half of a treat) to reward correct behavior. It is recommended to slowly introduce new treats to your dog's diet.
Using the Long Lead
Long lead leashes allow you to train your pup on more difficult behaviors while staying in control of the situation. And in the beginning, you need control. If you lose control, you risk setting your dog up for unsuccessful training sessions. If you try and teach a dog recall or to stay with distance without a long lead, you’ll probably end up chasing a pup that’s running away from you. Not only that but using a long lead keeps your pup safe during training. Not just safe from danger, but from becoming lost or stolen!
Using the Tug Toy
Biting, chewing, and other problem behaviors often require redirection. Redirect those teeth to something they should chew on, like this tug toy! It’s the perfect size for playing impromptu games of tug, expending some of your pup’s energy, and keeping their teeth where they should be (not sinking into your hands!).