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Abacus Dog Treats

Abacus Dog Treats

We are pleased to bring you a new line of dog treats that are sure to be a hit.  These Abacus products come in several different varieties!  The different varies include, chicken and banana, chicken and kiwi, chicken and pineapple, in addition duck and banana, duck and kiwi, and duck and pinapple.  In addition to only being a two ingredient product; the protein source and dried fruit piece, they are enhanced with some great sources to help contribute to healthy joints and overall energy.  These great additions include; glucosamine and chondroitin, omega-3, vitamin E, beta caratene, barbary wolfberry fruit, chrysanthemum, and black sesame.

For those of you who have pooches that are fans of our duck and sweet potato or chicken and sweet potato, these are just as exciting and will be a similar experience for your pooch.  They come in a 4 oz. resealable package and are great for just your everyday treat or for training treats.  They also have a great smell, which works well for the most picky of eaters.

As always, be sure to check out our bully sticks and other all natural dog treats!

Spotlight on a Breed Great Pyrenees

Spotlight on a Breed Great Pyrenees

Weight:  From 85 pounds

Height:  25 -32 Inches

Coat:   Outer coat is straight or slightly wavy

Color: solid white, or white with patches of tan, wolf grey or pale orange


The Great Pyrenees dog conveys the distinct impression of elegance and unsurpassed beauty combined with great overall size and majesty. He has a white or principally white coat that may contain markings of badger, gray, or varying shades of tan. He possesses a keen intelligence and a kindly, while regal, expression. Exhibiting a unique elegance of bearing and movement, his soundness and coordination show unmistakably the purpose for which he has been bred, the strenuous work of guarding the flocks in all kinds of weather on the steep mountain slopes of the Pyrenees.


The Great Pyrenees is a capable and imposing guardian, devoted to its family, and somewhat wary of strangers – human or canine. They are often used to guard livestock. When not provoked, it is calm, well- mannered, and somewhat serious. Courageous, very loyal and obedient. Gentle and affectionate with those he loves. Devoted to family even if self-sacrifice is required. It is very gentle with its family and children.


The Great Pyrenees, like many larger, purebred dogs, is prone to hip dysplasia, a degenerative joint disease related to arthritis.  In addition, because of their long, thick coats, they can be prone to heat related issues if in warm weather for too long.

Famous Great Pyrenees and Great Pyrenees Owners

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Some Simple Dog Training Advice

webdog 1Having a dog as a pet brings a great deal of satisfaction and happiness for millions of owners and their families, but training a dog is essential if you are to fully enjoy having a dog and if the dog is to enjoy life with you.

Training methods vary greatly but there is one underlying principal they all share – positive reinforcement.  With positive reinforcement you are seeking to reward the animal every time they do what is being asked of them; the command is “Sit!”, the dog obeys and receives a reward or praise – this is positive reinforcement.

Techniques which involve physical punishment or intimidation are ineffective when it comes to training a dog and you should never hit your dog as though this may produce a short term association of pain or humiliation with an unwanted behavior it is terribly damaging to the relationship you have with the animal.  Your relationship with your dog is vital when it comes to training; your dog looks to you for leadership and views you in doggy terms as the leader of the pack; they look to you for companionship, food and shelter but they are also looking to you as their leader and provider of the standards to which they must conform.  When you hit your dog, you are damaging this perception and the animal is less likely to respond positively to you in future and a scared dog is not an animal you want around you or your family.

Positive reinforcement requires patience on the part of the owner; training your dog is a process and not something that will produce immediate and instant results.  Over time your dog will learn the concepts you are trying to teach but where there is a failure or the animal appears to be learning at a slow pace, it is frequently the owner who is actually the root cause of the issues.

When dog training is carried out, we are not actually training just the animal – we are training a team comprising the owner and the dog, and more often than not, the owner is the one failing in the training program.  Professional dog trainers do not take on a dog directly and train them as a rule, instead, they train the owner in how to train the dog as after all, it is the dog will be looking to the owner for leadership and commands in future and not the trainer.

A dog can also be trained at any age however, the sooner training commences the better; the old saying “You cannot teach a dog new tricks!”, does not hold true but it is more difficult to train an animal that has grown and become accustomed to a different set of rules to work and live by.  Dog training should commence while the animal is still in the puppy stage and can commence as soon as the puppy has been weaned and left the mother.  Start the training process with simple behaviors for the dog to learn – sit and heel, are two good ones to start off with.  Make the activity fun and not just fun for the dog but fun for you too and remember this is not a chore and don’t treat it as such as the dog will very quickly pick up on your cues; every dog will closely look at their owner and take everything in and they will very quickly learn your moods and your personality traits.

Lastly we always recommend dog treats and chews like bully sticks as training rewards as they are a great reward an will naturally keep teeth and gums healthy!

Wholesale Bags of Bully Sticks

Wholesale Bags of Bully Sticks

For those of you looking for a great deal this holiday season make sure to check out our bags of wholesale bully sticks.  These bags are located in our bully sticks section and are commonly 100 count bags of small to medium sized bully sticks.

Right now we have these bags available in 4″, 6″, 8″, and 12″ sizes but check back often as we plan on offering these in many other lengths as well.  This is a great way to take advantage of an excellent value and share with friends or family!

As with all of our bully sticks these are all natural, low odor, and do not have any chemicals or additives added to them.  Just all natural meat chews the way that nature intended!

As always, thank you all for your continued patronage and support and we hope that all of you have a safe and happy holiday season!

Plato Sweet Potato Dog Treats

Plato Sweet Potato Dog Treats

We are proud to announce the release of a new and exciting dog chew from Plato Pet Treats.  Plato has done it again, by releasing yet another excellent dog chew in their already impressive lineup.  These sweet potato dog treats are thick cut slabs of sweet potato that are made in the United States.

The sweet potato slabs are a thick crinckle cut and have added pro biotics which aid in promoting a healthy digestive tract in dogs.  The following is taken directly from the manufacturer:

“I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam” is all well and good for Popeye. But there’s more than meets the eye with our Sweet Potato treats. A special pro-biotic coating, for example, to help maintain healthy digestion. And like all Framers Market treats, they’re slow-roasted, to give them a meaty flavor dogs can’t resist.

Sweet potato, egg, salt, bacillus subtilis.

Available in handy 16-oz resealable pouches.

Contains pro-biotics – helps maintain a healthy gastro-intestinal tract.
Naturally high in beneficial antioxidant vitamins such as beta-carotene, vitamin B6, and vitamin C.

We are sure that these will be another big success as with the rest of the Plato Dog Treats line!

Spotlight On A Breed: Beagles

A Tri-Color Beagle

A Tri-Color Beagle

Weight: 18-35 lbs

Height: 13-16 inches

Coat: Smooth coat

Color: tri-color (most common), two color (tan and white), various others


Beagles are a mid-sized breed with a generally lean body, a broad chest, and eyes that appear to be pleading much like a bloodhounds. Eye color is typically brown or hazel. Strong jaw and neck makes them excellent at tug games or at working over bully sticks or similar chews.


Beagles are even tempered and are a great family dog, as they get along great with children and other dogs. They are playful and while they can be standoffish towards strangers at first, they can easily be won over. For this reason, Beagles are typically very poor guard dogs, though their tendency to howl or bark does make them good watch dogs.

Beagles are pack animals and can be prone to separation anxiety. Intelligent, they have been bred for the long chase and can thus be very single-minded and determined, which can make them hard to train, though they do respond to training with dog treats. Not demanding with regard to exercise read more…

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