A cross between the Pekingese and the West Highland White Terrier, the Peka-A-West is a gorgeous and fun-loving breed. If you welcome one of these little dogs into your life, you can expect to always be kept on your toes by the breed's larger-than-life personality and love of adventure.
Of course, in order to keep your Peka-A-West as happy and healthy as possible, you'll also need to find new games, activities and outings you can enjoy with your furry friend. This should give your dog plenty of excellent outlets for their physical and mental energy, not to mention give them a good excuse to spend some quality time with you.
Halloween is a wonderful time of year to share with the whole family. Not just for kids, it's great fun for grown-ups as well -- and you can bet the whole family will love every second of this spooky celebration if your dog is allowed to join in the fun.
Halloween pet parades are paw-some events where dog owners are encouraged to dress their pets up in fur-rightening costumes and parade them along in front of adoring crowds. It's paw-some entertainment for dogs and humans, and your dog will love receiving plenty of attention for their cute outfit.
Here's how you can take part in a Halloween pet parade.
Helping your pet stay cool in summer is an important responsibility for every pet owner, but no one said it couldn't be fun as well. From running under the hose to taking a drive in your air-conditioned car, there are plenty of simple ways you can help your Peke-A-West escape the summer heat.
But if you want to cool your pet down and give them a tasty treat at the same time, this is the activity for you. Homemade frozen pet treats are easy to make and are a paw-some way to spoil your dog when the mercury rises.
Here's what you need to do.
How much time do you spend thinking about your dog when you're meant to be working? Do you often daydream about how paw-somely wonderful it would be if your dog could go to work with you, how much more fun your day would be?
We're sure these are questions most dog lovers will answer yes to, which is why this activity should be high on your must-do list. If your boss allows it, taking your dog to work for the day will have many benefits for you, your furry friend and also your colleagues. You get to share the day with your pooch, your dog gets lots of mental stimulation and quality time with their human, and your colleagues get the excitement and distraction of having a furry co-worker for a day.