Wagg Dog Treats
They’re cheap, but are they any good?
When I was preparing to bring my first puppy home, I came across Wagg. At £1 a pouch and beautiful, cute packaging, they were hard to resist.
They come in a tonne of different flavours and have different purposes such as training, low fat and skin and coat.
I started with the training treats as they’re for dogs from 8 weeks old. They’re these teeny tiny bone shapes which are adorable to look at and even yummier to eat (apparently). My puppy loved them and they helped with training massively as he responded to them so well!
The training treats are flavoured with chicken beef and lamb plus added yoghurt for healthy teeth and bones. They contain no artificial colours or flavours and are oven baked with no added sugar, amazing!
My puppy is not so much a puppy anymore as he’s a year old but we’ve always stuck with Wagg treats. He loves all the varieties and I love the choice in flavour and purposes.
We tend to use the low fat option a lot as he’s a small breed prone to weight issues. We also love the skin and coat.
I think these treats will also be great to teach kids how to train and reward dogs, they’re tactile, sweet little shapes which kids and dogs can enjoy together.
The shapes; hearts, bones, paw prints are also so insta-worthy if that matters at all to you (it does to me, too cute!).
If you’ve not tried them before, give them a go, at £1 a pack it’s worth a try. I know I’ll be sticking with them for my fur baby!