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We plan on starting mental training and all that fun stuff - what’s a good (inexpensive) treat that we can use?

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I use dried cow heart pieces..mine will just about murder for those...

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Where would I get those?

From a butcher, chop them up myself and dry them out in the oven?

.......I could raid a sacrifice!!!! Kidding

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I buy mine ready made from the local pet shop...I can give you the brand but as I am in the Netherlands I know that they do not sell them in the US...but they must do something similar where you are...

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I dehydrate lamb's liver   -  my guys will not eat it raw  (or cooked)  but dehydrated it turned into a very high level treat.    One other thing I found to be excellent  (and cheap) is tinned  hot dog sausages  (ok not be best nutrition-wise  -  but they LOVED them)  cut each sausage up into very tiny pieces  -  one sausage was more than enough for an hour long training session.

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So it’s kind of like lamb jerky?

He’s liked the chicken jerky but they’re big pieces 
I know he’d like the sausages too because he’s prone to stealing the kids hot dogs lol

thanks for the suggestions!!

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Its worth investing in a cheap dehydrator  -  much less hassle than trying to use an oven   -  for meat to dehydrate without actually cooking it you need a maximum temp of 70 degrees  -  I usually dehydrate meat around 60 degrees - if its sliced thin enough  50 degrees  -  most ovens minimum temp is 100 degrees  so you have to leave the door ajar.

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