Favorite Bait for Confo Shows

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  1. Maliraptor

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    My dogs go crazy for tuna fudge. They go crazy for most anything, but the fudge is easy to throw together. It pops right out of the pan and I use a pizza cutter so I have tons of treats in minutes.
     
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    I'm the Queen of NOT baking for my dogs lol but this I can do. It is also super inexpensive to make.
     
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    String cheese :)
     
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    I have about half a beef heart in my freezer. The rest I dehydrated for treats. I can sometimes find beef or pork hearts at Adams in POK.


    I don't do confo shows and my dog is treat snob, so that's all I've got
     
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    This. Hounds are not picky and I like to quickly store bait in my mouth. I refuse to do this with random cuts of meat. String cheese is our go-to and they love it :)
     
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    I've been meaning to try tuna fudge! I'll try to whip up a batch this weekend.

    And I use string cheese for training all the time, but never thought to take it in the confo ring. I really like how non-messy it is

    LostandConfused, I'll have to check out Adams. I didn't even think of them, but they do have all sorts of cuts of meat. I'd like to try making heart with my trainer's recipe.
     
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    I especially like string cheese because you can just pull off small "strings" and feed it. Or you can just use a 2" long piece of it and they can nibble on it without getting a huge chunk in their mouth that they have to chew on.

    I only give it when I go in the ring, so it's a special treat for my guys.
     
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    That's absolutely why I use it for nosework. I should try it for confo and see how I like it.
     

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