What You Can Expect from The Pawsitive Post

 Enrichment for your pet... and for you too in this new premium newsletter (with benefits).

A little white Spitz dog tries to get food out of a food puzzle toy
Photo: Lenti Hill/Shutterstock

By Zazie Todd PhD

I’ve been putting the finishing touches to the first issue of The Pawsitive Post and I can’t tell you how excited I am to share this with subscribers soon. And I’m thrilled to see such a positive response to this new initiative.

Here’s what you’ll get in the first issue:

  • Do people who do agility with their dogs get more exercise overall than those who do e.g. obedience?
  • What are the signs of separation anxiety in cats?
  • How can pet guardians help their dog and/or cat at the vet?
  • Pawsitive Picks—my picks from around the web
  • Science corner
  • Why being a lazy dog trainer can be a good thing
  • Being a snack feeder not a pack leader
  • A writing prompt to tie in with our first online event
  • And the very first personal column from me, The Peppercorn (named after Pepper).

Everyone who subscribes to The Pawsitive Post will also get The Happy Pet Challenge, five fun activities to do with your pet and five mini-lessons on what they tell us about enrichment for dogs and cats.

Plus, everyone who signs up by May 31st will be entered into a draw to win one of two signed copies of Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy, a limited edition Wag pin, and a pen. 

Sign up to the Pawsitive Post here

The Pawsitive Post will land in subscribers’ inboxes twice a month, starting June 2nd, and your subscription includes your ticket to exclusive online events and recordings

The draw will take place on 1st June and I’ll notify the winners by email.