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- Merrick Bite Sized Lamb Training Treats Dog Treats - 5 oz
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Merrick Lamb Training Treats are bite size cubes, great for dogs of all size and ages. Their softer texture makes it easier for dogs both young and old to dine on this one of a kind delicacy. Lamb lung is the sole ingredient in this all-natural, high protein treat. Packaged in a resalable bag to help keep these treats fresh.
Flavor Name: Lamb
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DirectionsFor the safety of your pets, observation is recommended when giving your pets bones or chews. Keep fresh water available at all times.
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|Item Dimensions||10.75 x 3.5 x 7.5 in||12 x 4 x 14.5 in||1 x 0.45 x 1 in||3 x 12 x 15 in||7.25 x 9.25 x 2.75 in||7.75 x 6 x 2 in|
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|Size||5 oz||12 oz||1 Pack||16 oz||9 Oz.||6|
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Why break up treats? Our dog trainer recommended to us that we give very small sized treats for each good behavior. The reason for this is that the dog perceives that they got one treat, no matter how large the treat is! So it's not a great idea to give large treats as the dog fills up faster and becomes less interested in the treats and thus the training. You can prolong a training session by giving only tiny treats :). So, we try to give treats that are about 1/4" by 1/4" in size. This about the size of a single Acana kibble. The lamb lung treats are hard to break up into these small sizes.
I'm giving 5 stars because the product is really a quality product that my dog loves. However, when actually training on a walk, I tend to take a high quality kibble like Acana which is already the right size for my medium sized (40 lb) dog.
I use regular scissors to cut them down to about chicklet size pieces and throw them in a ziplock bag for training.
A star off for inconsistent size pieces (very chunky to wafer thin), although I do like that none of the pieces are fatty/greasy.
These are larger, xlarge-dog sized pieces. A rough average would be 1.5” wide by 1.5” long and maybe 3/4” deep. Unlike some dehydrated foods, these are crunchy, not chewy. Cutting them makes a crumbly mess. Lightly scoring with a paring knife and then chopping straight down with a chef’s knife has ended up working out the best. I’ve been cutting a few days at a time on a cutting board on a foil-lined baking sheet. I should save the scraps for later there is usually a cat willing to help with the cleanup.
1) I definitely wouldn't call these "bite size." She's a 30-pound puppy and these are way too big for her to crunch.
2) They don't break apart easily--you really need to use a serrated knife to cut them into smaller pieces (gross, but the things we do for our pets!).
3) They smell horrrrrrible. Probably why dogs love them so much.
Merrick also makes lamb lung filets that are a little easier to break by hand (but I also used a serrated knife to make the pieces the size I wanted). I'd definitely suggest those over these.
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Biggest problem with these treats is they are huge for training.Read more