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Husky dog resting - Introducing the First Category of Enrichment: Sensory - PAW5

Introducing the First Category of Enrichment: Sensory

PAW5 explores dog enrichment programs, starting with dog sensory enrichment, as part of a special series of blog posts.
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020
Dog playing bowl - Are Food Puzzles for Dogs Mean? - PAW5

Are Food Puzzles for Dogs Mean?

Are food puzzles mean? This is a question we hear quite a bit from concerned and very caring pet parents, and we explore this topic.
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020
A Nose for Work - PAW5

A Nose for Work

Nose work capitalizes on a dog’s natural desire to sniff! Their noses are made to work: they have 300 million olfactory receptors that make them 10,000 times better at smelling than we are!
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020
Dog nuzzle mat - Ditch the Dog Bowl - PAW5

Ditch the Dog Bowl

Ditch the boring old dog bowl and try out one of these three other ways to feed him and see what happens.
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020
Dog nose closeup - An Ode to the Dog Nose - PAW5

An Ode to the Dog Nose

In the middle of the face, the nose remains froze. Smelling and detecting, with occasional blows. Noses come in all sizes, and a variety of shapes. From Roman to Bulbous, all descended from apes.
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020
Two dogs - Blind & Deaf Dog Shows Power of the Nose - PAW5

Blind & Deaf Dog Shows Power of the Nose

PAW5 is always on the hunt for overachieving dogs, and Australian Shepherd “Braille” is no exception. This deaf and blind dog from Detroit is the embodiment of a well-adjusted, smart and happy dog, despite being born with challenges.
by Dennis ODonnell on April 29, 2020