The Best Homemade Dog Treats – Professional Dog Training Tips

Using homemade dog training treats is a great way ensure you have an attentive and motivated dog! This DIY​ dog treat recipe will help you to have a well behaved four-legged family member in no time! We have over 500 dogs come to our obedience facility each and every week, and these tuna dog treats are a great way to reward a dog for a job well done!

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52 Comments on “The Best Homemade Dog Treats – Professional Dog Training Tips”

  1. Are there any recipes you LOVE making for your dog? We’re always looking for cool treats to use in our training. Do you have a fun recipe you’d like to share? Hope you enjoy this one! Happy Training! ~Ken

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    2. @SpiralCee soy products, grains, white rice, corn and oats are very bad for dogs intestines. It caused bloatedness and feeling uncomfortable. Some dogs gets very sick when these products are in their food.

    3. @dahee wang you can always buy fresh tuna fish, season it with spices that doesn’t have sodium on it. It is healthier for your dog.

  2. I love watching the video’s but I normally do not read comments because so many people are so mean and negative. Take what you need and want from the video’s and let the rest go.
    I have a great personal trainer who is helping me train my Sheltie puppy and my boy responds amazingly well to high value treats during all training exercises. After he has developed the technique the treats are no longer required. All this little 4 legged ball of fire wants is to please me and have me play with him.
    No need to be mean people. This guy is just trying to help you with your relationship with your dogs!!

    1. Thanks, Nancy! It’s true, if you train your little four-legged family member well enough, you won’t need treats anymore! Thanks for watching! ~Ken

    1. That’s oke it sometimes happens to me to if you make it every once in a while (a big batch) and then freeze it it is really easy to have nice cookies at all times

    1. I was thinking with what I could change the flour, my border collie is not celiac, but the bread makes him sick and until we discovered he had really psychological problem because of it… I’ll do it with rice flour! 🙂

    2. I use oat flour (oatmeal ground down to flour with a food processor). Mix that, unsweetened apple sauce, organic peanut butter, & 2 eggs to bake my dogs treats.

  3. We love this recipe! We’ve saved so much money on dog treats! These are high quality. We quadruple the recipe and freeze the dough. The secret to cutting down the tuna smell is to throw the dough into a ziplock bag and let it sit overnight in the fridge. Doesn’t smell as much when you baked it. We keep the treats in a jar in the fridge or freeze the extra treats we made. Our malinios will do anything for these treats!

    1. @Aimee Hi Aimee, I rarely ever write on you tube so didn’t see your comment. I keep the treats frozen and only take down a week’s worth in a small ziplock. I keep them in the fridge since there’s no preservatives. Ensures they’re fresh and don’t get funky. We go through a small ziplock a week for her training. My mal is a super picky eater but she loves these!

    1. I kept looking for this comment because I related so much to Ken’s disgust! I used to make a version of this recipe to my Olive when she was a puppy, I’m going to make a new batch this afternoon for newcomer Miles <3

  4. I made this last night…worked great, yorkie pups loved it…only one problem…I cant stop eating it too!…I love tuna..what can I say….great recipe!

    1. Just wonderful, I been tryin to find out about “maryland dog treat business” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Seyenjamarn Bizarre Superiority – (search on google )?

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  5. Omg these little training biscuits are amazing! I made them with rice flour and ate some of them myself – delicious 😋 gotta make more now – a bit addictive – oh and my puppy likes them too 👍

  6. It’s almost time to make these treats! The treats I use, I can only buy far away and with the quarantine I don’t want to go there, but since I’m almost out of high value treats, it’s time for these 👌🏼😊

  7. My pup has been getting blocked up from the store bought treats. Not sure what it is but when I stopped treating her for a day she starting pooping normally again so I blame the treats.
    This video couldn’t have come at a better time for me, now I have a way to reward her safely. And it was fun watching you in the kitchen, Ken! Thank you!

  8. This might sound weird to most of you but those treats changed our training unbeliavablely my puppy is more focused, more enthusiastic. Thank you ever so much for this video.

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