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For an ultra-convenient way to carry their favourite snacks, turn to OnBuy's fabulous collection of dog treat bags. Perfect for rewarding your precious pooch when you're out and about, there'll be no risk of snack shortage here!

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Looking to buy Dog Treat Bags?

When it’s time for their daily walk, make sure to have an essential supply of treats on hand with the help of OnBuy’s snazzy dog treat bag selection! Showcasing various materials, colours and practical designs, you won’t have to choose between style and comfort. 

No matter if you’re after a dog treat pouch in a funky colour to match their leash or an oh-so-functional dog training treat bag that clips onto your belt, we have the perfect pick for every pet parent out there. Why not opt for a bucket-shaped dog snack bag for easy access to their goodies?

A must-have for encouraging good behaviour, a dog training bag for treats offers the ultimate convenience for your pooch’s on-the-go rewards. So, whether you’re training them with a clicker or a whistle, you can easily let them know they’ve been a good boy or girl! 

Dog treat bags FAQS

Are dog treat bags useful?

Dog treat bags offer a great way to store treats in a quick and convenient way, ensuring they remain fresh and enjoyable. Designed with portability in mind, they make the perfect travel companion for walks, boasting easily accessible designs that keep treats on-hand as and when needed. 

Is it bad to give dogs treats every day?

Dog treats are great when used as a reward to encourage positive habits. However, feeding your dog treats too often could lead to weight gain and obesity. Most dog treats have recommended serving sizes on the back of the packet, so it's always a good idea to follow those. If your dog has specific dietary requirements, consult your vet for the best advice.

How many treats should I give my dog per day?

Most trainers favour the 10% rule, which argues that dog treats should make up no more than around 10% of your dog's total caloric intake. You can determine the recommended calorie intake for your dog using an online calculator or by consulting your vet. 

Can treats make my dog hyperactive?

An excessive amount of treats that contain a high amount of sugar, artificial ingredients, or other preservatives can make your pet hyperactive. Always respect the manufacturer's serving size and opt for treats that are as natural as possible to prevent hyperactivity. 

What treats should dogs not eat?

When shopping for dog treats, our best advice is to look for reputable brands. Typically, these treats are of high-quality, safe to use and can be enjoyed by your pet without problems. Developed with the use of certified formulas and natural ingredients, you can be sure that you're giving your dog the healthiest treats possible in this case. When it comes to feeding your dog 'human' food as a treat, always check to make sure they're not toxic for your dog first. 

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