Chewing is important for a dog’s wellbeing and can alleviate the need to chew furniture and other non-dog approved items.
Kong: Busy work for dogs! Perfect for in their crate, or when you need your dog to settle such as when visitors come over.
Kong Wobbler: Slow feeder and nose work combined. The Kong Wobbler is a quick and easy way to deliver your dog’s daily kibble in a mentally stimulating (aka tiring) way.
Slow feeder and nose work combined. Focusing on our dog’s primary sense- their sense of smell, snuffle mats are a wonderful way to bring mentally stimulating nose work into your dog’s daily meals.
Fun bonding games to do with your dog to keep them mentally happy while strengthening their cognitive skills. And as your dog progresses you can move up to higher levels of difficulty.
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www.fearfreehappyhomes.com – articles, videos and more to help you and your pet; also includes a directory of fear-free trainers, veterinarians, and groomers
www.whole-dog-journal.com – a monthly publication, e-books on a variety of topics, online classes, and free subscriptions to behavior, training, and health articles delivered to your email
www.aspcabehavior.org – numerous articles on behavior and training
www.dogstardaily.com – free download books by Ian Dunbar, “Before You Get Your Puppy” and “After You Get Your Puppy”
www.avsab.org/resources/position-statements/ – American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior position statements on socializing puppies, punishment, and dominance
https://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/p/animal-book-club.html – Companion Animal Psychology’s monthly book club discussing books promoting humane treatment of animals and scientific approaches to the human-animal bond; join on Facebook
www.muzzleupproject.com/resources/ – how to choose a muzzle and acclimate your dog to wearing it; includes a video demonstration
www.deafdogs.org & www.deafdogsrock.com – advocacy and tips for deaf dogs
www.blinddogtraining.com – training tips and videos for blind dogs
www.facebook.com/groups/canineenrichment/about/: facebook group to share canine enrichment activities
www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control – ASPCA 24 hour poison control advice at 888-426-4435; information on toxic plant, food, and household products; free mobile app
www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/mobile-apps– helps you identify symptoms and suggests appropriate medical action, with step by step instructions and video, until you can get to a veterinarian; download from the app store or google play