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Half Papillon, half Beagle, 100% charming canine companion -- that's what you get when you welcome a Papeagle into your home. This gorgeous little breed is a sweet-natured canine who has a whole lot of love to share with their family. Regardless of what you're doing, your Papeagle will be happiest when spending time with you.
As well as human interaction, Papeagles also need ways to burn off their excess physical and mental energy. To help your dog stay as happy as possible and get more out of each day, you'll need to find heaps of paw-some activities you can share with your furry friend. Here are three of the best.
If you've ever watched the canine sport of agility in action or even competed with your dog, you'll no doubt be familiar with weave poles. On this section of an agility course, the best dogs weave in and out of these upright poles at amazing speed.
While you can invest in a specialist set of weave poles if you wish, you can also re-create this part of the agility course at home simply using pieces of furniture or other items you find around the house.
It's quick and easy to do, but offers both a physical and mental workout for your canine companion.
No matter what breed of dog you own, regular mental stimulation is important to your pooch's general wellbeing. By giving your pooch mental challenges each and every day, you'll be helping tire them out, giving them a job to do, and ensuring that their mind stays sharp as they age.
This game allows you to incorporate training into your day without your dog realizing that they're actually learning anything. Even better, it's a whole lot of fun to play and will give you and your pooch a little bit of exercise.
You can play this game inside or out, so here's what you need to do.
If your Papeagle has grown tired of their toys, you could always go out and buy them some new ones. But this is not only costly, but it's also a waste of some perfectly good toys.
An easy solution to this problem is to arrange a doggy toy swap with one of your pet's canine pals. That way, your dog gets a whole new batch of toys to play with for a month or two, and you get to save a bit of money.
The "new" toys you get should give you plenty of ideas and inspiration for lots of long play sessions with your dog, so here's how to arrange the ideal doggy toy swap.