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p>We are creating a comprehensive list of pug rescue and pug adoption groups in the United States. If you know of a group that should be on the list, please drop us a… Continue
Welcome to the Pug FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) resource on Pugslife. We are adding new things to the Pug FAQ page all the time. Please send us a message if you have an idea for a new Pug…Continue
1. My life is likely to last 10-15 years. Any separation from you will be very painful.
2. Give me time to understand what you want of me.
First of all the Pug is one of the oldest existing breeds, tracing its roots back to China, Tibet, then Japan and Europe.…Continue
Carly Simon has owned over 10 pugs in her lifetime. Her current pugs are named…Continue
In a May 23, 2007…Continue
Being one of the most affectionate breeds, pugs seem to be the appropriate dog for any person. But reality has its own ways to prove everything wrong, so you should know a couple of specific pug… Continue
Because of their specific features, pugs encounter specific medical problems too.
The shortened muzzle (referred to as brachiocephalic) is the root of breathing problems and… Continue
Your Pug asks for regular brushing to keep its short fur looking good and its skin healthy. Brush thoroughly from head to tail. Pay particular… Continue
Amazon proves to be great when dealing with books.
Here comes a list with pug books people buy to help them with their dog. If you already own any of the following or bought something… Continue
Fleas and ticks aren’t your only concern, though they are major worries. You also need to think about worms, such as hookworms and roundworms. How do you keep your Pug away from…Continue
Stenotic nares (pinched nostrils) is a frequent deformity found most commonly in brachycephalic dogs, including pugs. Because of their anatomy, pugs have an increased struggle to airflow… Continue
Entropion is a disorder in which the lower lid margins roll inward to the extent that hair rubs on the plane of the eyeball. In rare cases, the upper lid can also be affected to some degree. One or… Continue
I admit, shedding is one of the "not so nice" things…Continue
What is so special about the first 6 months of your pug puppies life? This is the time when all dog owners unwittingly train their dogs to do all the things… Continue
Elongated soft palate is the most common pug breathing disorder. The soft palate is the flap of skin at the back of the throat. If the palate is too long, it blocks the… Continue
Patellar luxation is a common orthopedic problem for the smaller breed dogs. Studies have shown that small dogs (that is… Continue
13th in 2006; with 20,008 registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC).
First recognized as a breed:
Although the Pug breed is ancient -… Continue