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Meet the Miniature Border Schnollie, a gorgeous cross between the adorable Miniature Schnauzer and the ever-so-clever Border Collie. Playful, friendly and loyal, this hybrid breed has plenty of love to give for anyone looking for a devoted canine companion. They're also intelligent and energetic, and love being given a job to do.
In order for your Miniature Border Schnollie to be as happy and content as possible, they'll need lots of regular exercise to release some excess energy. Mental challenges and regular training sessions are also important for your pooch's wellbeing, so you'll need to always be on the lookout for new and exciting ways to keep your furry friend entertained.
Here are three paw-some activities your Miniature Border Schnollie should love.
The next time you take your Miniature Border Schnollie for a trip to the dog park, why not turn a quick trip into a whole day out by packing a picnic lunch? You can let your dog run and play as normal, but then find a spot in the shade (or in the sun) to spread out a blanket and sit down to a relaxing lunch.
Your pet will love the chance to not only enjoy a tasty snack or three, but also to spend some extra one-on-time with their favorite human. Best of all, it's easy to plan the paw-fect pooch picnic — here's how.
Does your Miniature Border Schnollie love the water? Are they always looking for new adventures and new sports to try?
If you answered yes to these questions, you might want to consider letting your dog try stand-up paddleboarding. This fun and relaxing pastime is a paw-some way for you to get some exercise and increase your core strength, but it's also an excellent activity to share with your pooch.
There's plenty of room on a stand-up paddleboard for a compact pooch, and while training your dog how to join you out on the water can be difficult, it's also a rewarding mental challenge for you furry friend.
Christmas may very well be the most wonderful time of year, and it's also a time when you'll want to be spending as many hours of the day as possible with your furry friend.
In the lead-up to Christmas, you may also find yourself preparing to send greeting cards to friends and family all around the country and even the world. To give everyone a Christmas greeting they'll never forget, get your pet's photo taken with Santa. Not only will it be ridiculously cute, but you'll also get a permanent memory of your pooch to keep on your mantelpiece. Here's what you need to do.