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Training Treats

Training treats can be used in dog classes and for generally training and building a relationship with your dog.

Not all training treats are equal! Scroll to the bottom of the page for a bit of advice on training and using training treats from our dog trainer:

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  1. Akela Venison Tasty Dog Training Treats 100g *NEW*

    Akela Venison Tasty Dog Training Treats 100g *NEW*

    £4.50
    Small and semi-moist Venison dog training treats. Learn More
  2. NEW Akela WholePrey Pate Chub Beef and Chicken Complementary Dog Food 80g

    NEW Akela WholePrey Pate Chub Beef and Chicken Complementary Dog Food 80g

    £2.50
    This 100% meat chub is perfect to use as a treat or to compliment your dog's diet. Small Paws 80g size. Once opened store in the fridge and use within 2 days. Measures - 9cm x 3.5cm Learn More
  3. NEW Akela WholePrey Pate Chub Salmon and Chicken Complementary Dog Food 80g

    NEW Akela WholePrey Pate Chub Salmon and Chicken Complementary Dog Food 80g

    £2.50
    This 100% meat & fish chub is perfect to use as a treat or to compliment your dog's diet. Small Paws 80g size. Once opened store in the fridge and use within 2 days. Measures - 9cm x 3.5cm Learn More
  4. Akela Lamb Teasers 80% Fresh British Lamb Soft Natural Dog Treats

    Akela Lamb Teasers 80% Fresh British Lamb Soft Natural Dog Treats

    Starting at: £5.00

    Akela Lamb Treats - also suitable for puppies, cats and ferrets. Air dried, making them a perfect treat for raw feeders. Learn More
  5. Akela Chicken Teasers 80% Free-Range British Chicken Soft Natural Dog Treats

    Akela Chicken Teasers 80% Free-Range British Chicken Soft Natural Dog Treats

    Starting at: £5.00

    Akela Chicken Treats - also suitable for puppies, cats and ferrets. Air dried, making them a perfect treat for raw feeders. Learn More
  6. Akela Pet Dog Training Treats 80% Fresh Fish 20% Potato

    Akela Pet Dog Training Treats 80% Fresh Fish 20% Potato

    Starting at: £2.00

    Perfect little training treats in a 100g pack - excellent trial size.

    Tasty dog treats full of goodness with no fillers usually found in supermarket treats.

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  7. Akela Pet Dog Training Treats 80% Chicken, Turkey & Duck

    Akela Pet Dog Training Treats 80% Chicken, Duck & Turkey

    Starting at: £2.00

    Perfect little training treats in a 100g pack - excellent trial size.

    Tasty dog treats full of goodness with no fillers usually found in supermarket treats.

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Tips for training dogs with treats

Use your kibble! Akela kibble is 80% meat or fish, so contains more goodness than a lot of supermarket treats - it should be tasty enough to save some from breakfast to use throughout the day for simple exercises in low distraction environments. These are often reffered to as low value treats and kibble or the dry training treats are perfect for this. Being dry they are also fine if left in your jacket pocket by accident. Using kibble also reduces the chances of your dog becoming overweight during busy training times.

You then need some high value treats. These are used to "up the game" when you need results in high distraction environments such as outside and in training classes. Our chicken or Lamb teasers and venison treats should work well as high value treats and keep your dogs attention on you more so than a low value treat would.

You can also mix high with low value treats in a treat pouch - your dog will not know what is coming next and as long as they frequently get a high value treat they will keep working just in case one of the super tasty ones appears.

All training treats should be small enough to go down quickly. No chomping should be required as this just distracts from the task in hand.

Remember to use treats sparingly for puppies and overweight dogs - the balanced nutrition they get from their food is very important. You can use praise, fuss and toys as rewards too.

If your dog is normally food or ball oreintated but during training does not accept them then the environment is either too distracting or stressful,or they do not understand what is being asked of them. Try taking it back a level in a less distracting environment (such as your living room or garden). You would not want to enter a talent show on the stage in front of an audience if you had not learnt and practiced in a private environment first.

Yes you can train cats with cat training treats too! Our teasers and venison training treats are soft enough to break up smaller for cats and even ferrets!

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