Most of us here on  Pugslife are familiar with the do's and don't of our beloved breed The Pug.  I ran across this web site and thought you know a lot of new pug owners may not know the things we veterans do.  So thought I'd share. 

http://www.everyonelovesapug.com/blog/a-healthy-pug-is-a-happy-pug.php

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Loved that Pug Chick, They were going to give Hektor a manicure when he was under for his op. I laughed and said if they look at his nails that is the last thing he needs, no trimming he manages that himself but maybe a shape up. I know we are lucky here in Britain as normally we have sufficient cool temperatures to make walking easy. I think if I gave Hektor a normal 20 minutes I would be getting told off. He normally does a good hour in the morning with a half hour in the evening in a normal day. I do agree about the nose fold, that is a must and the sooner you start with this as a puppy the easier it is. I think the fact that Pugs like people and get handled so much makes them dream patients in the Vet. Now all I have to do is persuade Hektor he has been there enough.

What is Hektor's operation for?

Konrad he had entropian surgery.  It's where their eyelashes turn under and scrape the eye.  So they get their lids done.  LOL  My Puga had this years ago.

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