Summer is not only a great time for an outing or vacation it is also a perfect time to teach our lovely dogs new tricks. Let your dogs have exciting experiences and positive training sessions with a special and tasty reward. Giving Treats to Your Puppy is very important because it will serve as their motivation to do their best, it is proven that giving treats during training will result in very positive outcomes.
Below are the 5 Tips in Giving Treats to Your Puppy While in Training Sessions:
1. Choose Small Treats
Giving small treats to your puppy will make them stay focus on you because they can eat them easily.
If you don’t have small or tiny treats you can break or cut the treats in to small pieces.
Note: Choose carefully a treat that you will give to your lovely puppy or dogs, make sure it is not a choking hazard.
2. Try Soft Treats
Soft treats are the best choice as a reward to your puppy or dogs because it is often easier and faster to eat.
Unlike other treats soft treats don’t have too many crumbs, it is good to prevent your dog from dwelling on the floor for a long time and stay focus on you.
3. Try Smelly Treats
The dog has 300 million olfactory receptors in its noses so they are 40 times greater than us in terms of detecting smell.
Smelly treats will attract your puppy or dog’s attention great to use if you’re training him outside with many destructions.
4. Remove Distractions
A puppy is naturally active and playful so it’s very difficult to have their attention for a long time. If you are having trouble getting your puppy or dog’s attention even you have delicious and smelly food or treats it may because there’s something more interesting in the surrounding like deers, squirrels, rabbits, and more.
To have your puppy or dog’s full attention in the training make sure to remove all the distractions, find a quiet place that your puppy or dog can fully concentrate you with your delicious treats.
5. Be Consistent
The most important is to be consistent in training your puppy or dog to make him or her a great family pet companion.