Using Lil’ Trainers: Fun Pet Exercises

By Steve Dale

Training is good experience for the entire family, and everyone in the family can do it! To celebrate Responsible Dog Ownership Month, Steve Dale shows how even your kids can get it on the training fun. Plus, dogs learn best when they’re also having a good time. One way to ensure they’re having a positive experience is to practice positive reinforcement training. This means that you reward good behavior, so your dog learns to repeat it. There are basic commands, like sit, stay, and come, but sometimes it’s fun to teach your dog a trick or two. Watch how Steve teaches his dog Hazel to jump.

Why Lil’ Trainers?

At only 5 calories per treat, Lil’ Trainers™ are the perfect training treat. Positive reinforcement means constantly rewarding good behavior, so instead of giving dogs a bigger savory treat every time – which won’t be good for their waistline – break up the already smaller Lil’ Trainers™ so there will be no guilt and all the good behavior.

These treats are made in the USA, and every bag has 5 different flavors! The variety will keep your dog on his toes to see what yummy taste will be next!

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