A cross between the spirited Pomeranian and the ridiculously adorable Coton de Tulear, the Pom-Coton is one playful and affectionate breed. Famous for their cheeky personality and love of people, this breed simply loves human company and wants to be doing whatever you're doing.
But Pom-Cotons won't do well if they don't get sufficient interaction from their people, and leaving your dog in a backyard alone all day long will quickly lead to boredom and unhappiness. That's why it's important to always be on the lookout for new and interesting games and activities your Pom-Coton will love to experience with you. Here are a few of the best.
If you've got an old muffin tray lying around in your kitchen drawer, you might not be aware that you can use it for much more than just baking delicious snacks. This humble piece of cooking equipment also forms the basis for one of the simplest yet most ingenious doggy games ever invented.
The muffin tin game is the paw-fect solution to rainy-day boredom for pets and their owners. It's quick to set up and offers a wonderful and mentally stimulating challenge for your canine pal. Best of all, they also get to enjoy a few tasty treats once they work out what to do.
Dinner is one of the highlights of your dog's day. But whenever you treat your Pom-Coton to this fun family game, they'll look forward to their daily meal even more.
The basic idea of this game is to make your pooch work for their supper. This will provide excellent mental stimulation for your furry friend, and help train them to come when called to you and various other members of the family.
Best of all, it's fun, easy to play, and something the whole family can enjoy doing together. Here's how to play a game of round robin recall with your pet.
Christmas is a wonderful time of year to spend with friends and family, and your family of course includes your fur-kid. Next Christmas, why not create holiday memories that will last forever and get your pet's picture taken with Santa?
In the lead-up to Christmas, there are several organizations that set up pet-friendly Santa photo shoots. Some are for pet stores or animal welfare charities, while others are arranged by shopping malls. Whatever the case may be, it's a paw-some opportunity to get into the Christmas spirit with your canine pal, so here's what you need to do to get the perfect shot.