by Hundmutter on 15 November 2017 - 08:11
Bob, thinking about it, I suppose if using food for Track laying, a larger and more solid biscuit might be better and more weather-resistant, (and easier to smell / find !) especially in the early puppy stage ! 'Bout the only advantage I can see !
by hntrjmpr434 on 15 November 2017 - 08:11
I am well aware that I am able to use soft treats in training. Fortunately, the puppy I am working finds kibble to be high value, so I am training with that.
With puppies, I prefer to feed them their daily ration during training, and I don't like to fill them up on junk treats.
I was looking for a larger sized kibble, as it is easier to handle- versus the microscopic kibble sizes of Diamond Puppy food, etc.
Thank you to all those who have responded, I have found a solution!
by 2Cats on 19 November 2017 - 02:11
Hi, We use Nutrience sub zero dog food, made in Canada. Can be bought at Petsmart Online only for now.
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