The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is famous for their sweet and affectionate nature, while the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is a friendly and outgoing companion. Put the two breeds together and you get the King Wheaten, a hybrid breed that makes a loyal and loving family pet.
King Wheatens love curling up in your lap for a snuggle, but at the same time, they're equally happy to be setting out on an adventure. These dogs have plenty of energy to burn and are always looking for ways to spend more time with their people, so there are endless opportunities when searching for activities you can share with your furry friend.
During the warmer months, cities and towns around the country embrace festival season. With the sun shining and everyone keen to spend time outside, it's the ideal time of year to enjoy an outdoor event or celebration.
Take a look at an events calendar for your local area and you might be surprised just how much there is to enjoy — music festivals, art festivals, food festivals and more, and plenty of them can be experienced with your furry friend by your side.
Your dog will love the opportunity to get out and about, sniff new smells and meet new people, but the highlight will of course be spending some one-on-one time with you.
King Wheatens are affectionate, people-loving dogs who are more than happy to indulge in regular snuggle sessions with you. Much of the time, this might involve cuddling up together on the lounge for a night in front of the TV.
But if you want to try something different and break up your routine, you can take your canine pal to a drive-in movie. It'll be a fun night out with your pet and a grrr-eat chance for you to bond, while the promise of a few tasty snacks to complement your viewing experience certainly won't go astray either.
Here's how to enjoy a paw-some night at the drive-in with your dog.
When bored, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers can be quite adept at doing a little unnecessary landscape gardening in your backyard. Many King Wheatens share the same trait, which can be a frustrating and messy problem for owners to deal with.
But if your dog is a keen digger, you can channel this desire into a special section of the yard or garden where you actually want them to dig. A doggy digging pit is a space where your pooch can get their paws dirty without unearthing your geraniums or leaving your entire yard looking like a war zone. Here's what you need to do to create your furry friend's very own digging area.