Online study targeting dog parents

Online study targeting dog parents

Members of our community are invited to share their opinion on a new snack for dogs. Recruited participants will receive 50$ for their participation to the study.

June 17, 2020

What is the study?
Our dogs fill an important part of our lives. 

Are you like us always at the forefront to try new innovative products for your animal?

The Pawsie community has the opportunity to offer its members a chance to be amongst the first to contribute in the development of a new edible product for dogs.

When and how?
An online study will be conducted on Monday July 13th and Tuesday July 14th 2020. 

During this period, 2 activities are planned, for a maximum of 30 minutes per activity, resulting in a total involvement of around 1 hour. The study will take place on an online platform similar to Facebook. You will be able to answer at the time of your choice during the day, via computer, tablet or smartphone.

A chance to test the product at home
In addition, you could also be part of a small group of testers for this new dog snack. 

If you accept, you will receive for free this new edible product for dogs.

You will be asked in return to test the product with your dog and provide your feedback afterwards.
Your opinion on this dog snack will be collected during a third and final day of activities (still on the same online platform) for 30 minutes on Thursday July 16, 2020.

As a thank you
At the end of the study, as a thank you for your participation, you will receive 50$, via Interac transfer.

Sounds fun, can I participate?
In order to determine if you are eligible to participate to the study, please fill this short questionnaire by clicking here.

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