Helpful Tips – Tasty Rewards Training Treats

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06-07-p2A.jpgAre you starting a new training regimen? Are you continuing with ongoing training? In either case, you’ll want your pup’s full attention focused on you.

Tasty Rewards Training Treats are the great new treat for dog training, whether it’s a brand new puppy or your old best friend. Not only are they undeniably appetizing, they contain nutrients that support healthy brain function. 

We use free-range, farm-raised chicken and venison raised in New Zealand to create a savory treat that your dog will love. We’ve included no grains or artificial fillers, to make the healthiest training treat possible.

Tasty Rewards are perfectly-sized for carrying in your pocket during training sessions, or as a great treat anytime! Because these yummy treats are semi-moist, they are pliable and won’t break into crumbs in your pocket.

These protein-rich treats are backed by veterinary science. We’ve added nutrients known for their positive effect on your dog’s brain health, including …

• Pumpkin Kernels, which contain ample protein and vitamins. The oil of the pumpkin seed consists of iron, fiber, zinc, magnesium and linoleic acid, which is thought to help improve cognitive function. Additionally, pumpkin kernels contain L-tryptophan, known for it calming effects.
• Lecithin, which is a great source of essential fatty acids, helps support healthy brain function. Additionally, lecithin aids in the digestion of dietary fats and helps to improve the sheen of your dog’s coat.
• B12 Supplement, a naturally-occurring vitamin that helps to support the nervous system and brain functioning.

And, like all of HealthyPetNet’s foods, supplements and treats, you’ll find no added chemical preservatives or artificial coloring. 

Remember – with Tasty Rewards Training Treats, discipline can be delicious!


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Posted: 07/15/2007 at 10:29 AM
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