A small to medium-sized breed, the beautiful Pugmatian is a cross between two of the world's most distinctive dog breeds: the cute and cuddly Pug and the boisterous and playful Dalmatian. Loving and friendly, these gorgeous dogs are wonderful companions and can adapt to a wide range of living situations.
However, the Pugmatian is an intelligent breed that needs plenty of regular mental challenges, while daily exercise is also a must to keep your pet in good shape. To help you meet your dog's care needs as well as give you a paw-fect excuse to spend more time with your furry friend, here are three grrr-eat games your Pugmatian will love.
Is the hardest part of going to work leaving your dog behind? Does your pooch give you a heartbreaking, mournful stare each morning when you leave for work?
Well, instead of leaving your dog behind and pining for them all day long, you might want to look into the possibility of taking your pet to work. An increasing number of businesses are adopting a more open-minded approach to pets in the workplace, so it's worth finding out whether your dog would be welcome to join you for a day.
Not only will this provide great mental stimulation for your pet, it'll mean the two of you get to spend the whole day together.
How often do you take the time to truly spoil your pooch with some one-on-one time? If your fur-kid is one of the most important things in your life, sometimes it's good to show them just how special they really are.
One of the best ways to do this is to take your pet on a date.
This is an especially good idea if you and your pet have been together for a while and have fallen into a steady but slightly boring routine. By treating your pet to a memorable outing, you'll be able to enjoy plenty of quality time together and remind your Pugmatian just how much you love them.
When you feel like you need to get away from it all, sometimes there's nothing better than hopping in the car and just driving wherever the mood takes you. Of course, every road trip is a whole lot more enjoyable when you bring your dog along for the ride.
You don't need to be a rocket scientist to work out that dogs love car trips, and your pooch will be thrilled with the opportunity to ride along and explore a wide range of new sights and smells. But the best part of all is the chance to just be with their human.