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Leash Training Pack

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6 Foot Leash with Double HandleLeash Training Pack

This Leash Training Pack comes with the following ⤵️ -6 Foot Leash (double padded handles, reflective stitching, 1" width, D-ring for poop bag holder) -Beef Liver Training Treats (Over 475 treats per bag, less than 1 kcal per treat, only 3 ingredients) -3 Poop Bag Rolls (45 total bags, strong and durable, biodegradable) -Dog Training Clicker (for marking correct behavior, wrist strap, clear distinct sound)

To train a well-behaved dog, you need the right tools! And if you want to improve leash walking behavior, having the right leash and treats makes all the difference. This Leash Training Pack comes with the following ⤵️ -6 Foot Leash (double padded handles, reflective stitching, 1" width, D-ring for poop bag holder) -Beef Liver Training Treats (Over 475 treats per bag, less than 1 kcal per treat, only 3 ingredients) -3 Poop Bag Rolls (45 total bags, strong and durable, biodegradable) -Dog Training Clicker (for marking correct behavior, wrist strap, clear distinct sound) Great for dogs of all ages and sizes.

Ingredients (Beef Liver Training Treats)

Freeze Dried Beef Liver, Beef Heart, Mixed Tocopherols (natural antioxidant).

Guaranteed Analysis (Beef Liver Training Treats

Crude Protein (min): 35% Crude Fat (min): 35% Crude Fiber (max): 5% Moisture (max): 8%

Calorie Count (Beef Liver Training Treats)

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.

Using the Leash

Never wrap the leash around your arm, hand, or wrist. Use the 2nd handle for better control, especially in high-traffic situations.

Using the Clicker

When training your dog, use the clicker to "mark" the exact moment your dog does a correct behavior, and then reward with a treat.

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