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I have a Border Collie X Dog called Oz. He is a hard working, hard playing dog with more energy and vitality than I will ever have. Each month Oz and I have a retraining and recap of tricks learnt session. This does us both good as it reinforces his capabilities and where he is lacking in discipline, and where I am lacking in control. This session is also used to introduce new commands and training.

I point blank refuse to give Oz any of the usual treats whether they be specifically for dogs or humans: I don't like spending the money on such things, and I have to keep Oz's protein intake level to below 20% or I have a hyper-active Collie on my hands ...... a normally active collie is more than enough for me thank you very much.

I make my own treats for Oz. OK it is time spend getting the ingredients together and time spent in the kitchen, but these are things that I like and prefer to do.

Double baked hard tack type biscuits are what I make for Oz, they help to supplement his already very good diet, and to strengthen the bond between man and dog.

I am only going to include just three of my (and Oz's) favourite training treat recipes in this instructable, because these are the 3 that I obtain the best results from Oz with.
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The sardine treats are the best for when I take Lyla to agility. She loves them! I cut them very small but they smell so tasty that she will do almost anything for them :) Thanks for this great recipe :)

dspathaky7 months ago
Okay, two sessions of 20 minutes. Got that now, is it the same for all three recipes i guess?
dspathaky7 months ago
Just what i was looking for, thanks for posting. I'm not sure what double baked means, could you explain?