If you're looking for a small sized dog with a lot of charm and a whole lot of affection, then look no further than the Russell Terrier. Russell Terriers hail from the same family tree as their more famous Parson Russell Terrier cousins and the two breeds have a large number of similarities between one another (namely their shared compact sizes, angular bodies, and the smart, quizzical expressions both breeds wear on their faces.) Russell Terriers, however, tend to have much fluffier and looser fur than a typical Parson Russell - one of the physical traits that can help dog owners distinguish between the two breeds.
For those of you who like to spend time in the great outdoors, try teaching your Russell Terrier a few camping tricks the next time you take them with you; you can try to teach your dog to help you put away their tent after you've folded it up or you could try teaching your dog to bring back sticks when you need something to roast marshmallows on.
Hide the Treat is a lot like Hide and Seek, but you'll be prompting your dog to find their food as opposed to trying to hide away from your pet personally. We think Hide the Treat is best played outdoors in a wide open area, but it can be played inside so long as you tidy up a bit.