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PAW5Launches 5-Day Enriched Life Challenge for Dogs


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PAW5, dedicated to providing environmental enrichment for dogs through thoughtful product design, is launching its PAW5 Enriched Life Challenge, a program that challenges pet owners to provide five days of ideal enrichment for their dogs to further engage their pup’s mind and body in healthy and rewarding activities to keep them mentally sharp and physically fit, the company stated.

When pet owners provide opportunities for their dogs to learn, think and play on a regular basis, they become more physically, mentally, socially and emotionally healthy, according to PAW5. To this end, the company has developed the Enriched Life Challenge, inviting dog owners to follow a set of daily “recipes” for enrichment that include do-it-yourself alternatives and tips on how to incorporate enrichment easily and effectively. By following Paw5 on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and using the hashtag #PAW5EnrichedLifeChallenge, dog owners can join a community of like-minded owners sharing their experiences and ideas on how to make their dogs’ lives better. 

“Dogs need enrichment, plain and simple,” said Dennis O’Donnell, PAW5 co-founder. “They need to interact with their environment, their humans and other dogs in a number of different ways in order for them to grow and lead fulfilling lives. Presenting them with new challenges, toys, adventures, and opportunities is the key to having a happy and healthy dog, and we’re hoping our Enriched Life Challenge will show people how realistic and easy it can be.”

The #PAW5EnrichedLifeChallenge kicks off officially on Monday, Oct. 17. Leading up to the launch, PAW5 will provide educational content around the six categories of enrichment and the ground rules they believe are necessary for building an enriched life on their blog at www.paw5.us.

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