Activities For Bully Wheatens

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Introduction

The Bully Wheaten is a designer dog that is conceived by mixing the Bulldog and the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. This hybrid usually comes in a medium-sized body donned with a furry coat. Personality-wise, Bully Wheatens are calm and friendly; they have a tendency to get along easily with other pets and people. However, this breed is quite notorious for being a bit difficult to train, which is why they are not recommended for first-time dog owners. Bully Wheatens can also be a bit timid so it will take extra effort and the right set of activities if you want to get them up and running. 

Puppy Kindergarten

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Any Day
Moderate
Normal
1 - 2 hrs
Items needed
Leash
Activity description

Although not a purebred dog, the Bully Wheaten is a lovable breed in their own right. Unfortunately, some dog owners pass them up because of their reputation as being an “untrainable” dog. This, however, is simply an exaggeration; all dogs can be trained, especially at an early age. If you have a Bully Wheaten, what you can do is enroll them in a puppy kindergarten class. Proper dog training is a must when raising a dog. By enrolling in an actual class, you get the expertise of professionals. Moreover, these classes cover a wide array of different issues that you may face as a dog owner. The price range for these classes varies from affordable to expensive, depending on the length of the course and other factors. One thing is for sure: puppy kindergarten is worth every penny. 

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Find a reputable class provider
When it comes to puppy kindergarten class, it is vital to go with a facility that has a stellar reputation. There are several places where you can get a good class such as the big pet retail stores, doggy day care centers and even veterinary hospitals. There are also privately-owned training facilities that you can check out. A good kindergarten class is led by an experienced trainer so make sure you do your due diligence and find out about the trainers and their background.
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Enroll your dog
When you have taken everything into consideration and made your pick, find out about the requirements and how to proceed with the application process. Ask all the questions that you have such as how the class structure works, the price and other concerns that you may have. Then, pay the necessary fees for the kindergarten class. On the first day of “school”, bring your dog to the facility and go to “class” until you finish the course. The length of the course will vary from one provider to another.
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Tour the Hood

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Sunny Day
Cheap
Normal
6 - 8 hrs
Items needed
Leash
Food
Water
Waste bags
Activity description

Whenever you have free time, it is always a great idea to spend it with your dog. Bully Wheatens love to spend the day with their owners and will appreciate some bonding time. One of the simplest but most interesting activities that you and your pooch can do is to be a “tourist” in your own town. There is something exciting about exploring your own hood. Who knows? You might encounter and discover some hidden gems that you did not know existed before. Exploring your own city can also serve as a method of exercise and socialization for your Bully Wheaten.

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Make a plan
Having a plan or itinerary is crucial for any trip, even if it is just within your city. You need to take note of the sights and spots that you should not miss or places that you have been wanting to see but haven’t had the chance to. You should also consider the size of your area; do you live in a small town that you can explore by foot or is it an enormous and bustling city? Consider these things and plan out how much you can realistically cover in a day.
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Start exploring
Once you have laid out a final outline or plan of where you want to go, prepare the things that you will bring. If you are going to go on foot, make sure you have a leash and that you bring lots of water for your dog. Waste bags are also necessary so you can clean up your dog after their “bathroom break”. When you are ready, head out and start exploring. Follow the plan that you have made and check out all the places one by one.
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Stuffed Kong

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Any Day
Free
Easy
30 - 45 min
Items needed
Kong toy
Treats or peanut butter
Activity description

On the whole, the Bully Wheaten can be a bit of a homebody and would love to just lay around the house. However, just because they prefer to stay indoors does not mean that you can just leave them alone and unoccupied. If you want to keep your Bully Wheaten busy and engaged while stimulating their minds at the same time, it would be great to invest in a Kong toy. This toy is a favorite among dog owners because of how versatile it is. Moreover, they are sturdy, easy to wash and nontoxic to pets. Stuffing your Kong with some frozen treats can provide hours of entertainment for your pooch. 

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Buy a Kong toy
Kong toys are extremely popular in the dog world and it should not be too difficult to find one. You can buy it in any pet shops or through online stores such as Amazon or eBay. While the classic remains to be the favorite, there are many variations of this toy to choose from.
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Stuff the Kong
Once you have your Kong, wash it and fill it up with your dog’s favorite treats. You may also use peanut butter instead or a combination of both. Then, put it in the freezer and let it stay there overnight. On the next day, simply give the Kong toy to your dog before you leave or go on with your day. The frozen Kong can last anywhere from half an hour to more than two hours, depending on how much you fill it with.
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Groom Your Dog

Everyone loves to be pampered, especially dogs. Take some time off your day to clean your Bully Wheaten up. Give your pooch a bath, clean their ears and trim their nails. Your dog will be surely grateful for the care and attention that you will be giving to them.

Organize a Photo Shoot

The relationship you have with your dog is special and one that you will cherish forever. Why not capture these memories through photos? Have a “photo shoot” with your dog as the star. You can do this indoor with different props or take it outside in some beautiful places and sceneries. 

Conclusion

Having a dog is a special time for any person’s life; you not only get a pet but you also get a new family member that will love you unconditionally. Bully Wheatens, like all dogs, are a loving breed that can be your greatest companion if you treat them well and provide for their needs.