Shairn-Inus are quirky, friendly medium sized dogs that result from crossing a Cairn Terrier with a Shiba Inu. These adorable furballs can look drastically different from one another, with some members of the Shairn-Inu family looking more like a Cairn Terrier whose coat is slightly more red than usual and with other members of this hybrid breed resembling a Shiba Inu who's build is more stout than typically seen. However, your Shairn-Inu ends up looking, we can guarantee that your dog will have tons of energy that they'll need to burn. Here are a few creative and constructive ways that you can help your dog do just that.
We think that you can't go wrong with a Shairn-Inu, as these pups are a very adaptable breed; they'll make great pets no matter the space of your home and they're pretty low maintenance dogs on the whole. That's not to say that Shairn-Inus like being left alone for long stretches of time; quite the opposite in fact, as Shairn-Inus love being by their caretakers' sides. Rather, Shairn-Inus don't take much to please and can learn to be fairly independent dogs to a degree. Introducing to activities like the ones we've listed above are great ways to help your dog further develop so that they can be the best they can be.