There's More To
Learn About Your Dog.

Is your dog a Maverick or Charmer?
Socialite or Stargazer?

Play the free games below to get a glimpse into the way your dog thinks. Then support his cognitive health with Purina® Pro Plan® Bright Mind® and use the exclusive access code inside the specially-marked bag to find the genius in your dog with a FREE Dognition® Assessment ($19 value!).

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Purina® Pro Plan®
Bright Mind®

Did you know that nutrition can positively impact your dog's cognitive health? That's why we've teamed up with experts behind the brain-supporting nutrition of Purina® Pro Plan® Bright Mind®, to bring you a unique opportunity to better understand your dog through fun games that mentally stimulate your dog while assessing his cognition. Watch the video below to see what makes this a perfect partnership in canine cognition.

What Is Dognition®?

The Dognition® Assessment consists of interactive games and expert analyses created by Dr. Brian Hare and other leading canine scientists, to help give you an unprecedented perspective on how your dog sees the world. By understanding your dog's mind, you'll build a deeper connection with the personality behind the bright eyes that greet you every day.



The 20 science-based games are fun and easy to play with your dog at home. Try 3 of the games for free right now, thanks to our partnership with Purina® Pro Plan® Bright Mind®.



After you and your dog complete the games, you'll receive your dog's Dognition® Profile Report which will describe your dog's unique genius, reveal his Profile Type and give you individual insight into the cognitive strategies your dog employs.

Ready to get started?

Register now to play 3 of our cognition games for free and get a $3 coupon for Purina® Pro Plan® Bright Mind®. Get the full Dognition® Assessment for FREE with the exclusive access code found in specially marked bags of Purina® Pro Plan® Bright Mind®. Already have your code? Enter it here.



Does your dog hug you with his eyes?



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Spatial Memory

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