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.
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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.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