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|Crude Protein (min)||18.0%|
|Crude Fat (min)||7%|
|Crude Fiber (max)||0.3%|
Calorie Content (calculated):
300 kcal/100 kg ME, (3 calories per treat)
Chicken, Pork Liver, Unbleached White Flour, Oat Flour, Brewers Dried Yeast, Vegetable Glycerin, Corn Meal, Malt Flour, Chicken Fat, Salt, Catnip, Mixed Tocopherols.
- Start with a calm environment: Choose a quiet and distraction-free area for training your cat. This will help them focus better on the training session.
- Break treats into small pieces: Before you begin training, break the Lil' Bitz treats into small, bite-sized pieces. This will allow you to provide frequent rewards without overfeeding your cat.
- Use positive reinforcement: Positive reinforcement is key to successful cat training. Whenever your cat performs the desired behavior or follows a command, immediately offer them a treat and praise them with a gentle, encouraging voice. This positive association will help reinforce the behavior and motivate your cat to continue learning.
- Timing is important: Be sure to offer the treat immediately after your cat exhibits the desired behavior. This will help them make a clear connection between their action and the reward. Delaying the treat may confuse your cat and make it harder for them to understand what they did right.
- Keep training sessions short: Cats have shorter attention spans compared to dogs, so it's best to keep training sessions brief and engaging. Aim for multiple short sessions throughout the day rather than one long session. This will help keep your cat interested and prevent them from getting bored or fatigued.
- Be patient and consistent: Every cat learns at their own pace, so be patient and consistent with your training efforts. Repeat commands and behaviors regularly, and reward your cat with a treat each time they respond correctly. Consistency and repetition will help reinforce the training and establish good habits.
- Don't overdo it: While training treats are an effective tool for positive reinforcement, it's important to maintain a balanced diet for your cat. Use the treats sparingly and consider them as occasional rewards rather than replacing regular meals. Adjust your cat's daily food intake accordingly to accommodate the treats.
Remember, training should be a fun and rewarding experience for both you and your cat. Enjoy the process, celebrate small victories, and always prioritize your cat's comfort and well-being during training sessions.