Sit. Stay. Shake. Roll over. When dogs are trained, they learn a variety of commands and these can vary from owner to owner. But, as I learned a long time ago, there is one word that most dogs will recognize. That word is “treat.” Years ago, there was a time that I yelled “Treat!” at the dog park to get Speckles’ attention. She perked up immediately and ran over to me… as did the other dozen or so dogs in the area. As you can imagine, I am a bit more careful now when talking about treats for dogs when a lot of pups are in the area.
SPIKE Treats for Dogs — Epitome of Canine Happiness
Yes, dogs go crazy over treats. Speckles is no different. The minute she hears that word, her eyes get big and start to shine, her ears perk up, her tail wags so much that her whole rear end shakes, and she immediately runs to where we keep her treats. Of course, before we give her one, we ask her to do a trick. The problem is that Speckles becomes so extremely excited that she can’t contain it. Instead of just doing one trick, she will do them all in succession (sit, roll over, sit up, shake, dance, etc.) in hopes that she’ll get the treat as soon as possible. It’s pretty hilarious! I took this video to show you but it took a few tries (and a lot of bloopers) to finally get her to do a proper trick for her treat. 😀
SPIKE Treats for Dogs — No-Guilt Goodies
Of course, Speckles won’t do this for just any treat. She’s still pretty picky. When we offer her a new treat, she’ll first sniff it and then give it a lick. Sometimes, even after putting it in her mouth, she’ll spit it out if it’s not to her liking. That was not the case with SPIKE treats from Petcurean. From the moment I opened a bag, Speckles was in my face trying to get a taste. She loves them! We keep our stash under our desk (need to be kept in a cool, dark place) and, whenever we reach for them, Speckles pushes us out of the way and thrusts her nose into the box.
SPIKE jerky treats for dogs are grain and gluten free (so Frans can have them too — HA!). They contain all natural ingredients and are free of by-products, added growth hormones, artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors. The treats also include anti-oxidants and superfoods like chia, pomegranate, and kale.
SPIKE treats come in four varieties (venison, turkey, catfish, and duck) but these are equally yummy in Speckles’ opinion. So, if you’re looking for the perfect item to make your fur baby happy, you might want to stock up on a few bags of SPIKE treats for dogs from Petcurean. Trust me, they’ll love you forever after they taste them. 🙂
Petcurean cat and dog foods, including SPIKE treats for dogs, are available at specialty pet stores across the U.S. and Canada. Use the store locator to see where you can buy it locally.
I received product and have been compensated as part of my participation as a Petcurean Advocate. All opinions are my own.