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20-Oz Purina ONE True Instinct Bites Training Dog Treats (Chicken)

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Chewy has 20-Oz Purina ONE True Instinct Bites Training Dog Treats (Chicken) on sale for $4.82 when you opt for autoship & save. Shipping is free on orders $49+. Thanks JuJuFrankenbean

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Amazon has 20-Oz Purina ONE True Instinct Bites Training Dog Treats (Chicken) on sale for $4.82 when you check out via subscribe & save. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.

Note: In stock on November 13.
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Chewy [chewy.com] has the 20-Oz Purina ONE True Instinct Bites Training Dog Treats on sale for $4.82 when you opt for autoship & save. Shipping is free on orders $49+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 20-Oz Purina ONE True Instinct Bites Training Dog Treats on sale for $4.82 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.

Note: you may cancel autoship/subscribe & save anytime after your order ships.
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Anyone else see "insect bites" the first time around?

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Anyone else see "insect bites" the first time around?
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Bought this before on Chewy for 11.97 + tax!

Good findings, thanks OP, in for 4 on Amazon.
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Anyone else see "insect bites" the first time around?
Totally was like wtf are insect bites for dogs to eat
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Anyone else see "insect bites" the first time around?
Now i wonder if dog food and treats should be made from insects... Or if I should be using dried meal worms as dog treats
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No longer works Frown
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People.....just take a chicken breast, boil it and shred it. Your dog will respond so much better to real food. The trick is to only let your dog bite off very small pieces of the shredded chicken when you reward him/her. Just take a small pinch and hold it between your thumb and the 1st joint of your index finger. Control the amount of reward the dog gets with your thumb. Keep a clenched fist like you see politicians do. Yes, you will get slobber all over your fingers after 10-15 minutes of training but It's a very effective way to reward your dog when training.

By the way, keep the unused portion of chicken frozen or else it can spoil rather quickly.
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