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5 Tips Tp Keep Your Pug From Overheating During Summer

As a brachycephalic (short-nosed) dog breed, pugs lack the ability to regulate their body temperature as easily as other dog breeds. In simple terms, dogs with “normal” snouts can keep themselves cool in summer by releasing heat and cooling incoming air. Brachycephalic dogs, however, lack this ability due to their unusually small air passages and […]

How Much Exercising Do Pugs Need?

“How much exercise does a pug need?” is definitely one of the most common questions we come across from those looking to welcome pugs into their families, as well as those who are already pug owners. The best way to answer this question is: Generally, pugs do not require huge amounts of exercise. Having said […]

Good To Know As Pug Owners

Pugs are playful, perky and charming dogs. They are often rambunctious but are quite loyal. Overall the Pug has proved to be an affectionate dog with a happy disposition. Pugs are not fond of barking and are very sociable canines. They enjoy the company of children, strangers, and other family pets. They are intelligent and […]

Help! How Can I Stop A Pug Peeing Inside The House?

Hi, everyone. Living with a Pug that pees inside the house can send even the most patient pet parent up the wall. Today lets look at how to stop a pug peeing inside the house. I know, you may be frustrated about having to clean up the pee indoors but there’s little to gain by […]

Ever Wonder Why Your Pug Stares At You All The Time?

Hi! Do you ever wonder why your pug stares at you all the time? You look up from whatever you’re doing and find your dog staring at you. You check the clock; it’s not time to feed, not the time for his afternoon walk. Or you’re watching TV and you suddenly get that unconscious feeling […]

How To Choose The Right Pet Carrier For Your Pug?

I’m often asked why choosing a pet carrier should be different for a pug than any other animal. There are actually a couple of reasons. Firstly, their short snouts mean they can experience breathing problems during travel when there are changes in air pressure, or in confined stuffy spaces. This makes it extremely important to […]

How Do I Deal With A Jealous Pug?

Did someone said “jealous pug”? The other day, a pal of mine was asking “do pugs get jealous?” Jealousy can be the result of a new relationship, a baby or when there is any other change in your routine which takes your attention away from your Pug. Quick Navigation How Can I Know That My […]

5 Tips To Keep Your Pug From Overheating During Summer

As a brachycephalic (short-nosed) dog breed, pugs lack the ability to regulate their body temperature as easily as other dog breeds. In simple terms, dogs with “normal” snouts can keep themselves cool in summer by releasing heat and cooling incoming air. Brachycephalic dogs, however, lack this ability due to their unusually small air passages and […]

What Is Pug Dog Encephalitis?

What many people love about the Pug breed are their friendly personalities and their adorable, wrinkled faces. Unfortunately, Pugs are prone to a very serious brain disorder called encephalitis that can develop quickly and is often fatal. To protect your Pug against this dangerous disease, learn the warning signs and symptoms. Overview of Pug Dog […]