Looking For a Pug? 5 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Pug

Pugs are one of the most popular pets out there – they’re cute, friendly and incredibly loyal – in short, the perfect pet! However, owning a pug comes with a lot of responsibility, as they are prone to health conditions which require extra attention, and due to their friendly personality, they can be rather clingy, and often develop some separation anxiety. Despite this, they can make a great pet if you are willing to put…

How to Get Rid of Fleas on a Two-Week Old Puppy

Fleas are a massive problem for puppies, and unfortunately, it’s not always easy to get rid of them. The best way to prevent fleas is to keep your puppy away from other animals that might be carrying them and to use a flea treatment regularly. However, if you find that your puppy has fleas, don’t panic! There are many different types of flea treatments available today. Some are based on chemicals and others on herbal…

How to Take Care of Your Pug Puppy

Pugs have captured the hearts of dog lovers everywhere with their pudgy facial features and mischievous smiles. They’re one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. It won’t surprise us if you were interested in getting one for yourself! In fact, there are pugs for sale just about anywhere these days. If you’re looking to start off with a pug puppy of your own, you’ll want to know how to take care of…

7 Pug Health Problems To Watch Out For

With their wide smiles, expressive eyes, and adorable wrinkles, it only makes sense that pugs are a popular dog breed globally. They’re not only affectionate but also cheekily willful and fun-loving. Like other dogs, pugs require a healthy, balanced diet to keep their weight in check. Daily exercise is also necessary for pugs to stay healthy. Although they’re generally low-maintenance pets, it’s crucial to consult an online veterinarian, Bond Vet, for your pug’s overall health.…

Pug Size – How big do Pugs grow?

What’s the biggest pug you’ve seen around? We’ve seen a pug sized like a Saint Bernard once.. This is definitely a lie. As you will know, the pug is a small sized breed. Some bigger, skinnier, fatter, smaller or taller than other, they are more or less similar in size. Pug Size Height When fully grown, pugs are generally between 10 inches and 13 inches in height– in centimetre, they are between 25cm and 36cm.…

8 Interesting Facts About Pugs

In the dog world, there’s no breed more loveable and clownish than the pug! We all get excited whenever we see their adorable little rumps wiggle down the street. Pugs definitely stand out in a crowd. But not everyone knows just how unique and special these dogs truly are. So, what are some interesting facts about pugs? We cover the 8 facts you probably didn’t know. 1. Worldwide domination! Pugs rank as one of the…

What Common Problems Do Pugs Have?

Pugs are one of the most popular dog breeds we have today. They are commonly known for their wide smiles, adorable wrinkles, and expressive eyes. They fit an amazing personality into their stocky and small bodies and are cheekily wilful, affectionate, and love having fun. These dogs are also known for their love for food. Due to this, they should be fed a nutritionally balanced and healthy diet especially because of their waistline. Pug owners…

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 short noses. As a pug owner, you need to take active steps to protect your pug from overheating in the…

8 Fun Facts about Pug Dog You Need to Know

Let’s all admit it. We all hold a very soft spot for Pug Dogs. Their innocent faces, their tiny size, the mischievous personalities, and even the way they waggle their tail at us – all make us fall for them even harder. If you don’t already have a Pug dog, you sure need to get one now. So here are ten fun facts about these adorable animals. Their name reminds you of a raisin If…

Pug Shedding Tips – Do Pugs Shed?

Yes, pugs shed. You will never hear any pug owners say “Oh my pug doesn’t shed.” Before we got our two pugs, we had assumed pugs would be low shedding dogs, with them being short-haired. We were so wrong. But another question might be How much do pugs shed? Pugs shed excessively. On a scale from 1 to 10, with 10 being the worst, they are definitely 10. Pugs shed so much that a (good…