Freeze Dried Blueberry Training Treats | Vegetarian Dog Treat | Pupford
TRAIN_Freeze Dried Blueberry 2oz
TRAIN_Freeze Dried Blueberry 2oz
TRAIN_Freeze Dried Blueberry 2oz
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Ingredients

Pure freeze-dried blueberry.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min): 1% Crude Fat (min): 1% Crude Fiber (max): 25% Moisture (max): 10%

Calorie Count

Less than 1 kcal per treat.

Treat Intake

Treats should only make up about 10-15% of your dog's daily caloric intake.

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.

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Freeze Dried Blueberry Training Treats

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These blueberry training treats are a perfect non-meat option to switch things up for your dog. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, and low in sugar and calories. Get your pup's attention with these training treats! -Small size, perfect for training -Less than 1 kcal per treat and only 1 ingredient -Over 425 treats per bag! -No need to refrigerate, store anywhere -Sourced and made in the USA

Ingredients

Pure freeze-dried blueberry.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min): 1% Crude Fat (min): 1% Crude Fiber (max): 25% Moisture (max): 10%

Calorie Count

Less than 1 kcal per treat.

Treat Intake

Treats should only make up about 10-15% of your dog's daily caloric intake.

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.

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