Becca may be pregnant and toting around two kids but she’s finding a way to spoil her dogs anyhow – by using her kids! See what happens when she arms her kids with bags of treats!
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Leela thinks these treats look like people food so she’s not sure if she can eat them. Of course, when Cristina assures her they’re dog treats, she gobbles them right up – what dog wouldn’t?! See what Leela does next after trying them out.
Spoiling your dog can happen in many ways. For Sarah’s crew of Wrigley and Rex, that includes play time, baths, walks and lots of treats. Read the whole story to see what Wrigley thinks of the bath… and the treats!
When it comes to her pets, Connie is as picky about the products she puts into their mouths as she is about what she puts in her own. She’s a label reader – looking at things like ingredient lists and even “Made in the USA”! See what her four-legged friends thought of her latest trip to the store.
Jackie know that teaching Scrappy was going to be a snap with his favorite Milo’s Kitchen Jerky treats. She also has another dog named Snuffles. Training these two has proven to be a task but with consistency, persistence and patience they’re going to pull through. To read more on Scrappy & Snuffles training, click here.
Summer pet Boudicca has a favorite snack, Milo’s Kitchen Chicken Jerky. She’s using these treats to get Boudicca into listening shape. After a couple of nights training Summer has the final word. To view what she has to say, click here.
Eleanor knows that teaching Sebastian is going to be an easy job is choosing the right treat to reward her pet. She’s chosen Milk-bone® Dog Treats and knows that coupled with a strong command in a loving voice will do the trick. To read more about Eleanor’s tricks to teach Sebastian, click here.
Andrea’s using Milk-Bone® Original Crunchy Dog Treats to train her dog Cassie Mae. She’s done all the research to train her pet online and feels confident with the tools she’s learned. To read more on Andrea’s crash course on pet training, click here.