The friendly and outgoing Dashalier is a hybrid breed created by crossing the adorable Dachshund with the lovable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. These cute and cuddly dogs are well-known for their affectionate nature, and they're equally at home snuggling up next to you on the couch or heading out on an exciting adventure.
Plenty of human interaction is a must to ensure the wellbeing of your Dashalier, so the more time you can spend with your pooch, the better. And although they don't have intense exercise needs, they still need daily exercise to help them stay healthy.
With all this in mind, let's take a look at some paw-some doggy activities you can enjoy with your Dashalier.
There are plenty of simple ways you can help your Dashalier meet their daily exercise requirements, but one of the most enjoyable activities (for both dog and owner) is to take your pet swimming. If your Dashalier loves the water, they'll be super excited by any opportunity to get their paws wet and splash around.
Swimming is excellent because it's a low-impact form of exercise, while it's also a paw-some way for your pet to cool off in the summer months. Throw in the chance for a little socialization and plenty of interesting sights to see, and you've just created a wonderful day out for your dog.
Dachshunds are known for their strong hunting instincts, and there's a good chance that those same instincts have been passed on to your Dashalier. If you've ever seen them set off in hot pursuit of birds or other small prey, that's likely the case.
A game of chase allows you to tap into your dog's natural instincts in a controlled environment, and without the risk of any small animals coming to harm. It also offers a good workout as well as mental stimulation for your Dashalier, so it's well worth doing when you've got some spare time. Here's how you can get started.
With their friendly and sociable temperament, Dashaliers love spending time with people and with other pets. You can take your pooch to the local dog park when they need a social fix, but another grrr-eat option is to invite one of their canine pals over for a puppy playdate.
This lets your dog play with another pooch in the comfort of your own home, and it can be an easy way to give your pet some exercise. It's also a good excuse for you and the other dog's owner to sit down for a relaxing coffee, so it's a win-win all around. If you're introducing the dogs for the first time, be sure to keep them both on-leash while they sniff each other out.