A cross between the Pekingese and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, the Pekalier is a cute and cuddly canine with a winning personality. Devoted to its family, the Pekalier is a loving breed that truly thrives when made to feel like an integral part of the family.
Pekaliers are also quite intelligent dogs that benefit from training and regular mental stimulation, but they're fairly low-maintenance in terms of their exercise requirements. So while they're not the type of breed who'll want to run a marathon with you, they still love going on adventures and getting the opportunity to bond with you.
Here are three grrr-eat activities your Pekalier should love.
One of the paw-some things about owning a dog is all the outdoor activities and events they can enjoy with you. So if you and your Pekalier are looking for a fun and fur-friendly day out, you might want to take your dog along to a festival.
Whether it's a food festival, music festival, arts festival, or even a pet festival, your pooch will love the chance to walk around and explore. They can shop market stalls with you, sample fresh produce, listen to some bangin' tunes, or just enjoy strolling around and savoring the different sights, sounds, and smells.
If this sounds like a good day out to you, here's how to plan a festival visit with your canine pal.
Does your heart break every morning when you leave for work and your Pekalier watches you leave with mournful, "please don't abandon me" eyes? Maybe it's time to look into the possibility of taking your dog to work with you.
If your boss allows, bringing your Pekalier to work for a day is a paw-some way to give your pet the human interaction and mental stimulation they need. Even better, you get to enjoy the company of your canine pal all day long!
If you think your four-legged friend would make a furrific co-worker, here's how to get them to join you at work for a day.
If your dog seems a little bored of their toys, you could always go out and buy them a shopping cart full of new ones. Of course, if you'd prefer to save some money, a wonderful alternative is to engage in a toy swap with one of your furry friend's canine pals.
It's a win-win for everyone involved — your dog gets exciting new toys to play with, and so too does a friend or family member's pooch. This should help provide much-needed mental stimulation for your pet and revitalize their interest in playtime.
Here's what you need to do to set it up.