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P5 Keeps Dog Training Fun

I love just about everything about the P5 app.Its sleek and clean look keeps me interested with unexpected features that are definitely useful. P5 continually surprises me with how it can help motivate me to stay active with my dogs. For example, the “Pro Tips” at the bottom of the Activity page give me great ideas that I wouldn’t think of trying otherwise.

Kayla has found P5 a fun way to keep her dogs active and healthy. Photo courtesy of Kayla Bertagnolli.

I was introduced to this app a few months ago by members of the Purina ProPlan staff at the Incredible Dog Challenge in Las Vegas, and since then it has been my “go to” thing to help me with fun ideas that can keep my dogs active and healthy. I have to say the real world videos make the app for me. If I ever have any questions, I just take a look at the video and my questions are answered. I’m not an expert on all things agility, but my dog sure likes to do agility-type activities. So to make sure we are doing everything properly, I just take a look at the video and, voila! My questions are answered.

Oh, and did I mention how eye-appealing the app is? For anyone who has been thinking about trying out the app, do it! It’s so fun, and it’s great to track your progress from week to week. Heck, your dog will love it too!

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Kayla Bertagnolli is a 23-year-old from Ogden, UT, who's been involved in the dog show world her whole life. A former junior handler who learned about breeding Beagles from her mother Leah, she assisted several professional handlers and is currently working to become a Junior Showmanship judge. Kayla is passionate about photography and writes the twice-weekly blog, DFR. She plans to continue breeding and showing, and expects to stay involved in dogs "for life!"