That's easy, just put them together and monitor, if it is a male famale meet, should not be any problem at all, two females, that one pay attention too. Should not be much of a problem if any. Pugs are really god about that kind of stuff,
Lorraine, I would not worry about the Demodex and breeding, it should clear up, it seems to be something that Puppies get. Unless she has a really bad infection it will go, it does seem to depend on luck as to how quick it clears up though, soo good luck.
I have three, they all get along quite well, I have always had at least two pugs and never any issues. If you work, its a great thing, they can and will keep each other company, also it's doubles the fun and laughs you will have!
Hello Lorraine, Two weeks? It only took you two weeks to housetrain Bella? Oh please, share your magic with me. Lily will be eight weeks old when we bring her home on Tuesday (or as I like to call it...only two more sleeps), Over the past six weeks I have read numerous training and puppy guide books and the one that I am most drawn to is Ian Dunbar who advises schedule based training along with using the crate and many chew toys. When I asked my breeder how long it typically takes her to housetrain a pug puppy she said eight to ten months! The breeder claims that Lily is currently paper trained. I am expecting and willing for house training to be a long drawn out process, but, and this is a very big BUT, if you are willinbg to share your secret I would appreciate it so much. I look forward to your reply.
P.S. While looking at your slide show of Bella pics I called my husband into my home office to say..."look-look that is what Lily will look like...isn't she adorable." He agreed, because, well, he is a wise man and Bella IS adorable.
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