Over here, we do not treat train; we offer praise and affection as rewards. We created a short video for you to see how we work with dogs and what feeding them food looks like.
Dogs are burning many calories when they’re over here playing with their friends and playing games that build their existing skills, as well as, teach them new ones. Therefore, we give them food to make sure that they get added calories.
Just like when we give them snacks, when we feed them breakfast and dinner, we make them sit patiently before we put the food bowls down. Check out the video below!
Changing-up protein in your dog or cat’s diet may not be a good idea especially if their diet is working for them and there really isn’t the need to change it up. However, for humans, we like a variety of foods and get bored with the same ol’ things sometimes. So, if you’re someone who wants to introduce your pet to a new protein in order to give him/her some variety, do so in the form of treats instead of changing their protein mainstay found in their current, working diet regimen.
A nice protein change can be found in rabbit, and Zukes offers just such a rabbit treat in their Mini Naturals line. We’ve tried it with our dogs and they absolutely loved them!
The preferred chew snack at KYPSAH is the bullystick. For dogs that have a hard time digesting rawhides or real bones, most all dogs never seem to be bothered by the beloved bullystick.
Where do we get ours? Costco.
After the pack’s morning exercise, and subsequent breed exercises, the dogs are tired. This is a good time to give them a chew stick to chew on. It becomes a treat for working hard during exercise.
Yes, we do–most of the time! The dogs love it when Jessie is in the kitchen 😉 She’s even contemplating uploading her recipes to KYPSAH’s site.