An adorable cross between the Jack Russell Terrier and the West Highland White Terrier, the Jack Highland Terrier is a little dog that's larger than life. Friendly and affectionate with those they call their family, these plucky pooches are also lively and alert, ready to tackle whatever obstacles life might put in their way.
So if you're the proud owner of a Jack Highland Terrier, you'll always need to be on the lookout for new and exciting ways to give your dog a mental challenge, let them run off some excess energy, and also spend some quality bonding time with you.
The paw-some activities below should help give you some inspiration.
Whether you're seven or 70, it's pretty hard to beat the fun of Halloween. The costumes, the candy, the crazy fun -- it's a paw-some holiday for the whole family to enjoy together.
Of course, your family most definitely includes your dog, so it only makes sense that you include them in all the trick-or-treating shenanigans. With your pooch dressed up in their cutest and spookiest costume, you'll be sure to get plenty of admiring glances (and hopefully lots of treats) wherever you go. Even better, your dog will get some exercise, lots of mental stimulation, and the chance to spend heaps of quality time with their people.
Do you love a good old-fashioned treasure hunt? Are you looking for a grrr-eat excuse to get moving and explore the great outdoors with your Jack Highland Terrier?
Geocaching with your dog might be just what you're looking for. The aim of this popular pastime is simple: using a GPS-enabled device, you have to find your way to a set of GPS coordinates and then search for a container hidden at that location. It's basically like a treasure hunt for people of all ages, and a simple way for you and your canine pal to get some exercise.If you want to give geocaching a try, here's what you need to do.
Your Jack Highland Terrier brings love and laughter into your life every single day. Your pet adores you and you don't know what you'd do without them, so why not find a way to say thank you in a way they'll never forget?
One woof-derful way to do exactly that is to treat your dog to a pet-friendly weekend getaway. There are stacks of pet-friendly accommodation options all over the country, with options designed to suit pretty much every taste and budget.
You and your dog can plan an action-packed adventure, a lazy and relaxing weekend, or anything in between! Here's how to organize your paw-fect getaway.