PAW5 Wooly Snuffle Mat Review and Giveaway

We are excited to introduce you to the new Wooly Snuffle Mat from our friends at PAW5.   PAW5 believes that mealtime for your dog should be an enriching and rewarding challenge.   You may remember our post of another great PAW5 product, the  Rock ‘N Bowl puzzle feeder, we reviewed a few months ago.  Both products help dogs  problem solve while having fun at feeding time.

Dogs live in a nosey world! Their vision is 6 times worse than humans, but their sense of smell is 40 times better than ours. PAW5  designed the Wooly Snuffle Mat to give your dog’s nose a fun adventure during feeding and treat time!
BaylieBaylie waiting patiently to have her treats placed in the Wooly Mat

 How It Works
An entirely unique experience, Wooly engages a dog’s  powerful sense of smell.  Sprinkle your dog’s kibble or treats on the mat and watch your dog snuffle, snort, and sniff their way through dinner or treat time. Built to stimulate a dog’s natural foraging instincts by mimicking the hunt for food in grass and fields, Wooly feeds both their tummy and their brain. This means you are giving your dog a fuller, more active and more
rewarding day, every day!
Any Breed, Any Size
Three-pound chihuahua? No problem! Have a bulldog that can’t use most puzzle feeders? Wooly is the perfect enrichment product for any dog, any size, and any shape.
Sustainably Made
 Each Wooly is proudly handmade by one of PAW5’s global community partners using
non-toxic and safe materials.
Easy to Clean
 Just toss it in the washer and dryer to keep your Wooly good as new.

As you can hear from the snorts and sniffs, Baylie enjoys her Wooly feeding mat.  Baylie eats like every meal is her last and the Wooly Mat keeps her from gulping an entire bowl before you can bat an eye.

How to Enter:
One random winner will be chosen to receive a PAW5 Wooly Snuffle Mat via the below Giveaway Tools Widget. Good luck!

You can purchase a Wooly Snuffle Mat direct from PAW5’s website.

  • Jason Diehl

    the girls already make a mess when they eat, this would help make it an organized mess 🙂

  • Crystal Rose

    My pup gulps down his food too right now.

  • regina elliott

    My fur baby is a Pomeranian and she drinks so much that she burps it back up same goes with food ,I think this would help out with her being so nervous she spent 3 yrs in a puppy mill and she doing much better

  • sandy weinstein

    i have 3 miniature schnauzer girls. the oldest would not be interested in this, she has dementia, however, the 2 younger girls would love this. i have one girls that woofs down her food, even with a slow feeder, i think this may help her slow down. the 2 younger girls would love this b/c this would be great to put treats in for them to find when i leave the house. not sure it would still be in one piece when i got home though.

  • LyricInTime2803

    I’ve had my eye on this for a while, but can’t afford it right now. It does sound like it would be worth the price– if my dogs use it the way it’s intended, and not as a tug toy! Now more than ever, I’m really hoping to win the giveaway. I have two smart, high energy dogs. My father lives with me, so luckily they’re not usually home alone and have company and stimulation throughout the day. But my father just had surgery and can’t take care of them during the day any more, for the next couple months at least. Companionship yes, but play time is out. Shiloh is ok with it, but my younger monster, Wager, is having a hard time with the decreased ‘work’ and increased time in the crate. Would love to get this for him and see if it helps drain some of the excess mental energy he has right now. He has other puzzle toys, but has them all figured out so they’re no challenge.

    • LyricInTime2803

      Now it’s back… missed out on the several daily tweets, though =(

  • LyricInTime2803

    Help- I can’t get the widget to load anymore. It says “enter below” but there’s no widget, and no link. Is there a direct link? I’ve tried on two different computers and two different browsers in case it was something with my “cookies” but no luck =(

  • Linda Szymoniak

    The Rafflecopter isn’t loading for me.

  • Linda Szymoniak

    My sweet girl, Kyoko, is a rescued Treeing Walker Coonhound who was nearly starved before she was dumped at a high-kill shelter. I had to get her up to a healthy weight, after which she still acted like she thought she was starving and would eat every piece of food she could get a hold of – including those of our other dogs. She practically inhales her food, so I’ve tried a couple of different slo-feeder bowls. They’ve helped, but I’d like to slow her down even more – and give her a challenge. This looks like it would work great for Kyoko.

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    I think my dogs would love to play with this. They enjoy playing with toys that have treats in them.

  • Lisa F.

    I would like to try this mat because my Springer Spaniel eats very fast and maybe this would slow him down. Also, he is kinda bored right now and I think he would like the extra mental stimulation.