The Pugalier is a gorgeous hybrid breed created by crossing the adorable Pug and the lovable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Known for their affectionate nature and oh-so-cute looks, Pugaliers make excellent family pets and can live happily in a wide range of households.
While their exercise requirements aren't overly excessive, these loyal pooches still benefit from regular physical exercise as well as the chance to exercise their brains. Any excuse to spend some time cuddling up with their humans will also be seized with both paws.
With all this in mind, what are some excellent activities your Pugalier will enjoy? Read on to find out.
At the end of a long day, sometimes there's nothing you'd rather do than just curl up on the couch in front of the TV. And regardless of whether you live alone or you've got a big family, your Pugalier would love nothing more than to be right there on the couch beside you.
So whenever you sit down for a night in front of the tube, it's a good idea to make sure your furry friend is right in the middle of the action. It's a simple way to relax, bond, and give your pooch the human companionship they need.
When the weather is fine and it's just too nice a day to be locked up inside, why not treat your Pugalier to a picnic lunch? Your pooch should love spending an hour or two relaxing in the sunshine with you, playing a few games, and, of course, enjoying a nutritious lunch. You can follow up lunch with a relaxing stroll through the park to investigate some new sights, sounds, and smells, all of which adds up to a grrr-eat day out for you and your dog.
If you're keen to have a picnic with your Pugalier, planning your outing is quite simple.
Does your Pugalier have a healthy appetite? Do they regularly get distracted by interesting smells and odors, dropping everything they're doing (and often completely ignoring you) while they investigate a scent trail?
If this sounds like your dog, chances are they'll love this fun and simple game you can play at home. This is basically a treasure hunt where you encourage your dog to find treats you've hidden around the home. It's a grrr-eat way for them to exercise their mind and put their impressive sniffing power to good use, and it's easy to enjoy either indoors or out when weather permits.