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Wellness Wellness Just for Puppy Treats

Wholesome and chewy soft dog treats specially made for puppiesHealthy and naturally delicious mini Wellness dog treatsMade with lamb, salmon and whole fruits and veggies, such as blueberries and carrotsPerfectly sized for puppies and complements Wellness Just for Puppy foodOver 50 treats per packMade in the USA
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What age is ok to give a puppy doggy treats?

Our puppy is 6 weeks old. His mom died 2 weeks ago and we have started to wean him. The potty training process is difficult but he's smart. We've actually got him to go on the pad now. We just need a better way to praise him. (since hes already loved to pieces)
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We have been giving them to our puppy since he was 8 weeks old and he loves them!
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Any dogs treats will do. But make sure to reward the puppy while he is peeing on the pad. If you praise him after he's finished peeing he will be confused as to what you're praising him for. When you see him on the pad, praise the pup and then reach for a treat. I use Wellness just for puppy treats but any will do.
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I would start giving treats once he gets teeth. But I would give puppy treats such as the wellness puppy treats. It's soft and is ideal for young puppies. If you want definite age appropriate to get treats, I would say about 2 months old.
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I got my new puppy at 5 wks from the breeder. I started giving her puppy milk bones at 6 weeks. She tolerated it fine. When I took her to the Vet, he gave her some too! Enjoy your puppy!
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I got my small dogs when they were 3 mos old already (from the internet Pure-breed Co) I started giving them dog treats at age 6mos. I give them soft treats only-chicken or lamb with brown rice.
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i would say about 8-12 weeks to give your puppy some treats. That way their tummies can hold down the food well and their teeth get stronger. I hope this helped!
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Does this product contain any artificial dyes?

My maltese puppy has some tear stains around her eyes and while I'm trying different remedies for them to go away, I want to make sure their are no articifial dyes in any of her food/treats. Dyes are corretalted to tear stains is what I read.
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Contains NO:
Artificial Colors or Flavors
Meat by-products
Corn
Wheat
Soy
Dairy
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The bag says "contains NO meat by-products, corn, wheat, soy, dairy, artificial colors or flavors"
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how many calories in each piece.

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"3,200 kcal/kg or 4.0 kcal/piece" is exactly what it says on the back of the package. I hope the picture helps!
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Are you sure these are healthy?

I read garlic is toxic to pets and this has garlic in it
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The reason why garlic is added to dog food and treats is because it has many health benefits. Even if you’re not sure about dogs and garlic, and decide to start with a very low amount, your dog will still reap the health rewards. Its main claim to fame is the benefit it has on a dog’s digestive tract. But there are lots of other wonderful health reasons why garlic can help your dog.
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