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I suggest you look for freeze dried fish cat treats. Typically fish is the only ingredient. They are somewhat smelly (which for pets is generally a desirable characteristic). It's easy to break into the desired size bits, so you can make it very small bits for regular treats, then use larger bits or some tuna for a 'jackpot treat'. If this doesn't work for ...


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In general, dogs don't have the mental capacity to connect a reward to any action that happened more than a few seconds ago. If you wanted to teach her a command, you'd have to reward it immediately within a second or two. However, dogs can learn that certain situations involve treats more often than usual. Some owners give their dogs a treat at the end of a ...


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My cats love tuna, salmon and shrimp packaged treats, but the first ingredient listed on all three packages is chicken, so that’s out for you, at least for Temptations brand. Unfortunately, fresh seafood goes bad very quickly, and ditto for canned once open, so you’d need something packaged (and freeze-dried). Mine also like deli ham slices (ripped into ...


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While the existing answers offer some excellent insight into the question offered in the title of this question, "What is a safe dose of Vitamin D," I feel all have missed one very critical piece of the picture from the actual body of the question: She wants my vitamin D. No, she doesn't. I cannot emphasize this enough: Your cat has no idea ...


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I've heard of these as well, but actually never seen them in any of my local pet stores (in Poland, that is). But I've looked on Amazon and it turns out that yes, they're currently still in stock. I'm not really sure whether they're the same brand you've seen years ago though. It could be the case that they're the same - "Scooby Snacks" besides being ...


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