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Coachies Dog & Puppy Training Treats

  • Adult Dry » 12 x 75g Bag £10.99
  • Adult Dry » 75g Bag £1.00
  • Adult Dry » 200g Bag £2.20
  • Puppy Dry » 75g Bag £1.00
  • Puppy Dry » 200g Bag £2.09

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Coachies Training Treats are perfect to use in reward based training. The semi-moist, heart shaped treats are highly palatable and don’t break up in your pocket or treat bag. Coachies treats are packed with vitamins and minerals and do not contain any artificial flavours or colours.

For the perfect storage for your Coachies when out with your dog, place inside the Coachies Dog Treat Bag.


  • Oven baked to lock in nutrition and flavour
  • Packed with vitamins and minerals
  • No artificial colours, flavours or added sugars
  • One calorie per treat*
  • Added calcium for healthy teeth and bones**

*Adult **Puppy



Wheat, Beef Meal (14%), Glycerine, Lamb Meal (4%), Poultry Meal (4%), Fats, Yoghurts, Whey Powder, Minerals.


Wheat, Poultry Meal (24%), Glycerine, Yoghurt (4%), Vegetable Oil, Minerals (Calcium Carbonate 1.4%), Whey Powder.



Protein 21.5%, Crude Fibre 1%, Fat Content 9%, Crude Ash 7%, Moisture 20%.


Protein 22%, Crude Fibre 1%, Fat Content 7.5%, Crude Ash 9.5%, Moisture 20%.

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Digestive issues

8th Dec 2015
John Flower
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2015
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

I have an 11 week old puppy and have started using the puppy treats as s toilet training aid.
I have noticed that since using them my puppy seems to be slightly constipated , is this normal ?

  • Non-Executive Director

Constipation is not normally caused by these treats. Are you sure the puppy is actually constipated? If in doubt, you should get your vet to check the puppy, but as long as he/she is eating, drinking, remains bright and perky and not vomiting, then there is unlikely to be a problem. Has he/she been wormed regularly?