is corned beef suitable for dog treats?

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Old 06-14-2011, 05:12 AM
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is corned beef suitable for dog treats?

i was just wondering if corned beef is suitable at all for use as training treats. have a feeling it maybe too salty?
any help would be great. thanks
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I believe is a bit salty yes. Cheese, chicken, raw beef.... stuff like that make good treats.
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You could probably use a tiny bit occasionally. I had a dog that went crazy over liverwurst, and I would put a bit on a Kong dental stick once in awhile for him. I wouldn't use it daily or in large amounts.
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