The best explanation of Brachycephalic issues. Scientific word for smushed faced dogs.

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Comment by Donna Lee on August 30, 2013 at 5:44am

Now the other pug I adopted with Bosley is in today to have a tumor removed- probably adenosarcoma(cancer of the anal sac)- I am thinking of NOT doing chemo, due to her age (14) Does anyone have experience with chemo in an elderly dog?

Comment by Di's spoiled kids on August 22, 2013 at 2:28pm

Good stuff Terri, thanks for sharing

Comment by Helena Brown on August 21, 2013 at 9:31am

An excellent article and one which all Pug Attendants need to read. I am very aware of the problems and keep Hektor in during the worst of the heat normally during the middle of the day. He gets half his normal exercise if it is above 15C. My big problem is keeping his weight down. I know that many Pugs accumulate fat round the neck and this is a problem. Now the one thing I did not notice was that according to the Ophthalmic Vet that Hektor saw recently. Their hearts run slower, though we had to disabuse him that Hektor was in any way excited by being at the Vet. This was a new one on me.

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