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The importance of bonding

You want to bond with your pup, right? The importance of dog bonding cannot be overstated. For your dog’s safety if nothing else. But how do you go about it? What’s the best way? And how long will it take?

Bonding with your new pup begins from day one. From the moment you meet your new best friend, you establish a relationship. A bond. The harder you work at it, the stronger that bond will be.

Treat-based puppy training

Most new puppy training is treat based. It’s logical when you think about it. You want to grab your pup’s attention.

You want it to focus on you whenever the need arises. So when you first arrange your puppy classes, you’ll be encouraged to bring along some high-reward dog treats with you.

But here’s the thing. Shop-bought dog treats are invariably unhealthy. They’re generally mass-produced using cheap, synthetic ingredients.

So aside from the fact that homemade dog treats are far more healthy, the fact that you make them yourself increases the bond between you and your pup exponentially.

Homemade dog treats

When you regularly bake homemade dog treats for your pup, he or she will get to know that something important is happening. Something that involves them.

Liver Cake Training Treat Baking Mix

Bake your own healthy & 100% natural, wheat-free, gluten-free homemade dog treats!

You’ll find that your pup won’t want to leave your side for fear of missing out. He or she will get used to the sights, the sounds and the smells of homemade dog treats being made. It will increase the bond between you so much more than will simply opening up a bag of commercial dog treats.

Making homemade dog treats with my dog treat baking mixes is simplicity itself. A veritable walk in the park in fact.

My mixes come with all the necessary dry ingredients. Every ingredient is human-grade, dog-safe and approved by my resident dog nutritionist. The finished dog treats are so healthy, you can eat them too if you have a mind. More to the point, if your dog doesn’t mind!

So if you’re doing dog bonding exercises or dog bonding with a new puppy, please do it with a homemade treat. You won’t believe the difference it can make!

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