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A cross between the gorgeous Havanese and the spirited West Highland White Terrier, the Havanestie is a loyal and loving breed. Welcome one of these dogs into your life and you'll never have a dull moment, as your Havanestie's thirst for adventure and excitement will always keep you on your toes.
In fact, if you own one of these beautiful canines, you'll need to always be on the lookout for new and interesting ways to keep your furry friend entertained. Whether you're looking for an easy way to fill in a few minutes at home, or an exciting outing to treat your dog to a new experience, there are plenty of activities your Havanestie will love.
Here are a few that are well worth trying out.
Do you have a bucket list -- a list of things you want to see and do, and experiences you want to enjoy before you die? Making a bucket list is a great way to work out what's important to you and that you live life the way it's meant to be lived.
Of course, perhaps the most heartbreaking thing about owning a dog is that you will have to say goodbye to your pooch eventually, so why not create a bucket list for your dog? This will allow you to give your dog a memorable and fulfilling life, and ensure that you get to enjoy a whole lot of paw-some experiences together.
Here's what you need to do.
Right across this beautiful country, the best natural scenery, spectacular landscapes and awesome outdoor experiences can be found in national parks. From canyons to mountains, rivers to oceans, deserts to forests -- if you want to see the best that natural America has to offer, you need to head to a national park. And if you're planning an outdoor adventure, who better to accompany you than your Havanestie?
While there are restrictions on the areas dogs can access in national parks, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the best these parks have to offer with your furry friend. Some parks even allow dogs on hiking trails, while many welcome them in campgrounds, at scenic viewpoints and in picnic areas.
With this in mind, here's how to plan a national park adventure for your dog.
Do you need a weekend away? Does your dog need one too? Well, why not treat yourselves to a luxury getaway in a boutique pet-friendly hotel?
You might be surprised just how many paw-some pet-friendly hotels there are around the country. You can book a couple of nights somewhere cheap and cheerful if you want, but if you feel like spoiling your Havanestie, then there's no better way than to book a stay at a luxurious resort.
It's a paw-some way to show your dog just how much they mean to you, and to enjoy a fun weekend bonding with your furry friend.
Here's what you need to do.