If you want to invite a small, loving, and loyal dog into your home, then you may end up with a Bo-Jack. This hybrid breed of a Boston Terrier and a Jack Russell Terrier is a friendly, sweet, and energetic breed with a lot of love to give both adults and children. You may even find they get on with your other pets well too. However, though the Bo-Jack is small, they have an appetite for fun activities. Therefore, you may need to consider these activities below to keep them occupied and out of trouble!
Bo-Jacks can be quite anxious dogs, with separation anxiety and health issues also a concern from time to time. If you want to calm your dog down and make them feel peaceful and relaxed, then you may find Doga is very beneficial. Doga is a form of Yoga you do with your dogs. It’s free if you do it from the comfort of your home, takes 20 minutes or so of your time, and you only need a Yoga mat or your carpet to make it happen. For a dog that can stress, it’s a useful rainy-day activity that’s well worth your consideration.
While most Bo-Jacks get on well with other dogs, there are a few that take more after the Jack Russell Terrier, taking a while to warm up to others. If you don’t want to introduce them to a dog park environment straight away, you can instead try doggy dates. Doggy dates involve another dog, a toy, and a leash, and only take up an hour of your time. They are also free and offer you the opportunity to enjoy your time in a social setting, as well as your puppy. What’s more, your dog gets to learn how to play nicely with others in a safe environment.
Frisbee can be a fun pastime for you and your furry friend, and it’s also one that’s affordable and only takes half an hour of your time. Unfortunately, not every dog is going to understand what you want when you throw the frisbee. All they see is you throwing an item then talking to them. They aren’t to know you want them to get it! Therefore, on a sunny day, there’s no harm in buying a frisbee and showing your dog how to play. Once they pick it up, it’ll become their favorite pastime in no time at all!
Sometimes all you want to do is go for a walk, and you will be pleased to know it’s a fun and simple activity your Bo-Jack will enjoy as much as you. Bring their leash and take them for a quick half-hour walk around the neighborhood. Even though it doesn’t seem like an exciting activity to you, it’s one that will make your Bo-Jack extremely happy. After all, they get to spend time with you and check out what their neighborhood has on offer!
Bo-Jacks are unique dogs in the respect that they have a waterproof coat. Even when you dunk them in water or bathe them, they won’t require a lot of drying to have them looking as good as new. Therefore, swimming is not going to be the messy activity you thought it was. On a hot summer’s day, you can take great pleasure in loading up the car with a towel and toy and taking your four-legged friend to the beach. By the time you even hit the car after fun in the sun, they will pretty much be dry!
A Bo-Jack can be the pawfect companion. They will get on well with pets and children, are small to fit into apartment life well, and only need around 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity each day to keep them happy. This pawsitively delightful breed is bound to bring a lot of love and joy into your life.