Large Dog New Pup Pack
The Large Dog New Pup Pack contains everything (see full list of inclusions on 2nd image, or via dropdown titled 'What's In This Pack') you’ll need to keep your pup treated, trained, and happily chewing for days to come. Whether you have a new dog or a new puppy, this pack is for you! All for 15% off the normal price plus a FREE collapsible dog bowl (included with pack)! This pack is best for dogs about 50+ lbs. The difference in "pack sizes" typically relates to the Engage Line (chew) products. Beef Liver Treats are on backorder and will ship on Monday 3/8.
This limited-time pack includes: -1 Bag of Beef Liver Training Treats (1 kcal per treat, only 3 ingredients, over 475 treats per bag) -Single Pack of Large Himalayan Chew (tasty, long-lasting, natural chew) -1 Bag of Chicken Jerky Treats – 4 Oz (single ingredient, tasty reward) -1 Snuffle Mat -1 Dog Training Clicker -10 Poop Bag Rolls (15 bags per roll) -1 Double-Handle 6-Foot Leash -1 Oops Eraser Enzymatic Cleaner -1 Black Light for Urine & Stain Detection -1 Long Lead (30 feet) for Larger Dogs -1 FREE Collapsible Dog Bowl
Beef Liver Training Treats
Ingredients Freeze dried beef liver, beef heart, mixed tocopherols (natural antioxidant). Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min): 35% Crude Fat (min): 35% Crude Fiber (max): 5% Moisture (max): 8% Calorie Count Less than 1 kcal per treat.
Large Himalayan Dog Chew
Ingredients Yak milk, salt, lime juice. Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min): 67% Crude Fat (min): 1% Crude Fiber (max): 1% Moisture (max): 9% Calorie Content Metabolizable Energy: 3,074 kcal/kg About 427 kcal per chew
Ingredients USDA Grade A Chicken Breast (Hormone, Chemical, and Additive-Free). Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min): 78 % Crude Fat (min): 7% Crude Fiber (max): 1% Moisture (max): 9% Calorie Count Metabolizable Energy: 3,800 kcal/kg About 16-19 calories per treat.
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.
Chews should be used to redirect problem biting, chewing, barking, etc. and also just for mental enrichment. Please monitor your dog whenever giving them a dog chew. It is recommended to slowly introduce new chews to your dog's diet.
These jerky treats are sized for "extra special" rewards, or just to let your pup know you love them!