If you had to pick 1 bag/box of dog treats (thats not a raw treat) to feed your dog, which brand would it be?
I very rarely use treats for training but when I have used the jerky, I take 1 piece and just break it up into small pieces, only takes a couple of seconds.The Wellness Pure venison and salmon jerky treats. They're great for training with minimal ingredients. Chicken jerky is good too, but not so great of a training size.
Come to think of it I don't really like to feed too many treats unless they're doing something good for my dogs. I have the lawn green biscuits for obvious reasons, smaller training treats, some with yogurt in them for probiotics, breath freshening ones, tartar control, and some with cranberries for my old lady's urinary tract. Hopefully these will all be unnecessary when I start feeding raw.
My dogs - especially my chubby lab, loves Cheerios! I am constantly rewarding them with treats during the day so I know they won't get filled up with those. They work great in treat-dispensing toys, too. I also use Liver Biscotti, which I get through my company. They look just like croutons and contain no wheat, eggs or soy. So, if you have a pet that's allergic to everything, these work great!