Some dogs get so excited for treats that they forget to chew what you give them during a training session. A product such as Leanlix can be quickly uncapped so you can reward your dog in a timely manner. Most importantly because your dog licks the treat, you can both focus on the training instead of on waiting for your dog to chew soft or chewy treats.
For more difficult commands such as agility training, you should use high-value treats to encourage your dog to follow your commands. You can even use different, high-value treats for different commands you're teaching your dog. A high-value treat is just a treat your dog really, really loves. If your dog is a fish kind of pup try our Chewy Tricky Trainers in Salmon! Each dog has individual tastes and might prefer certain types or flavors of treats over others. Try multiple kinds of treats to find ones that your dog really likes and that's easy for you to dispense to him or her. Always evaluate training treats for safety and buy only from companies you trust.
The right dog training treats can be key when teaching your dog—even an older dog—new commands. Use your training time to bond with your dog, and both of you will be happier and healthier as a result.