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Freeze Dried Rabbit Training Treats



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These high-value rabbit treats capture attention, and keep it. Once you've got their attention with these treats, you'll be one step closer to training a perfect pup. -Small size, perfect for training -Less than 1kcal per treat and only 2 healthy ingredients -Over 475 treats per bag! -No need to refrigerate, store anywhere -Sourced from USA & France, made in the USA

When your pup won’t focus or listen, their behavior won’t improve. And that is frustrating! We know how hard that can be, and that’s why we made these treats. They capture attention and keep it! You don’t need (and shouldn’t use!) a giant hunk of meat to train, just bite-sized, tasty pieces that’ll get your pup’s attention! When you put these into your bag of training tools, you’ll be preparing your pup to listen, focus, and follow correct behaviors. Goodbye, bad behavior; say hello to the calm, focused, and well-behaved pup of your dreams.


Rabbit, Mixed Tocopherols (natural antioxidant).

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min): 59% Crude Fat (min): 24% Crude Fiber (max): 2% Moisture (max): 8%

Calorie Count

Less than 1 kcal per treat.

Calorie 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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