Tricky Trainers

Chewy Treats: Peanut Butter

An official Training Treat

of the AKC Canine Good Citizen Program®

  • Grain free & gluten free
  • No artificial colors or flavors. No dairy, or soy
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • Soft texture that won’t dry out or crumble
  • Only 3 kcals per treat! Ideal for dog of all life-stages!
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Nutrition Facts

Ingredients
Chickpea flour, peanut butter, maple syrup, tapioca starch, potatoes, vegetable glycerine, natural flavor, gelatin, salt, natural smoke flavor, phosphoric acid, sorbic acid, citric acid, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract

Guaranteed Analysis
crude protein (min) 10.0%
crude fat (min) 4.0%
crude fiber (max) 4.0%
moisture (max) 28.0%

Kcal Per Kg:
2966 kcal/kg
3 kcal/treat

Reviews

  1. Sarah

    Question

    Sarah

    Would you recommend the soft or hard for 12 week old puppy?

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    • Cloud Star

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      A soft treat may be easier for them, but either is fine for a puppy! We recommend monitoring them when eating and making sure the size is correct for your specific puppy. The softer treats can be broken into smaller pieces if needed.

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  2. Sharon Krellner

    Question

    Sharon Krellner

    I have an 18-week-old Yorkie that weighs all of 3.6 lbs. I am looking for a training treat for her. I have always given my pups your Itty Bitty Buddy Biscuits and they have always loved them. This one is no different. I haven never used training treats, tho, and am a bit worried about them because of her size?

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    • Cloud Star

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      The Chewy Tricky Trainers are approximately 1/4 inch in size. These should be an acceptable size for her, but are soft enough that they could possibly be broken into a smaller piece as well if needed.

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