The Brusston is a spunky, large-as-life pooch with a Brussels Griffin and Boston Terrier parent. Because both parent breeds are cheeky dogs with a lot of love and life to give, the resultant offspring is too. Therefore, when you adopt and bring home a Brusston, you will adore their zest for life, cheekiness, and willingness to do anything you do. If you want to keep your furry friend out of trouble and fully entertained, here’s how.
Brusstons are quite unique in their appearance, which make them prime candidates for calendar photos. Who wouldn’t want to receive a calendar featuring a dog who looks strikingly similar to Yoda from Star Wars? Making calendar photos with your dog can fill in an hour on a rainy day, even if it’s a little bit expensive. You will need dress-ups, a camera, a tripod, and props. You will also need to plan out 12 months of the year, as well as a front and back cover. To get your Brusston to remain engaged for a full hour might be a challenge, but the end calendar result will be a work of art!
Not every dog is going to be able to go skateboarding, but given the Brusston’s inquisitive nature, there’s no reason why they can’t learn. Their short legs may be their downfall, but this challenging and affordable activity is one that will appeal to them from a physical and mental standpoint. They learn something new while getting to move around at the same time! You will need a skateboard, leash, and treats, and 10 minutes over many weeks to get going. The payoff, even after several weeks, will be significant. Not many dogs know how to skateboard so they are bound to turn heads!
Brusstons love to learn and be by your side, which is why teaching your dog how to beg will be a beneficial activity. Over time, they will learn to associate movement and words with begging, helping them to be the life of the party. All you need is treats, five minutes a day for as long as it takes, and patience. It’s also a convenient all-weather activity with a regular difficulty level. If you want to engage your pooch in something worthwhile, teach your Brusston how to beg! Such a skill can then open the doors of opportunity for teaching them how to learn other skills.
Brusstons can take or leave the company of other dogs. If you want to make sure they can handle all social situations, however, then you may like to take them to the dog park on regular occasions. The more dog company they get, the better they will get along with other furry friends. What’s more, they will come home thoroughly exhausted!
Brusstons are balls of mischief, which can make it hard to carry out chores throughout the family home without worrying about what your tyrant is doing. Instead of that worry, make sure you always have chew toys on hand. The more of their items they have to chew, the less interest they will have in chewing yours.
To own a Brusston means to provide your household with lots of laughter and fun for many years to come. The Brusston is a dog to remain by your side, being the life of any party while enjoying learning new things. This fun, spunky, and lively dog is one that requires you to put one paw forward so they get as much out of life with you as possible!