Pugday today, I know of a couple of people here who have them
How cute are they? I met a puppy pug two weeks ago and it was so cute I wanted to steal him
A Pug is small in size, enormous in personality, intelligent, affectionate and loves to be the centre of attention. They need human company, not to be left on their own for hours and , to be honest , need quite determined training which has to be a joint effort. I must warn you that they do cast their coats and they do snore.
They are easy to groom; a daily brush and careful wiping of the overnose wrinkle, with a daily check on their eyes and ears. The breeder of your puppy should show you how to do this. Dental hygiene is best started from puppyhood and it is wise to keep an eye on the dog's weight. Most Pugs enjoy their food; some to excess.
If you are interested in becoming the owner of a Pug, do take time to find a reputable breeder who understands the breed and will offer their experience and lifelong interest in your puppy. It is not always the first breeder or puppy that is right for you and time spent looking at puppies and making the right decision is never wasted. Responsible breeders will also want to know about your lifestyle and the home that you are offering to make sure that you are both suited. Most important of all you have to be certain that you are ready to have a puppy and be prepared for some change to your life when you become the owner of a dog whether it is a Pug or another breed. Once you own a Pug you will soon learn that there is "nothing quite like a Pug" - they are enchanting.
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