Are Pugs Aggressive?

You may be planning on buying a pug and asking yourself a question: “Are pugs aggressive?” The short answer to this is: Pugs can be aggressive like any other breed – although I would say rarely. In this article, we talk about what can cause pugs to become aggressive, and some of the tips to control their aggression. Aggressive pets are nothing to joke about. No one wants their pet causing injuries to themselves or…

How to Find the Right Pug Breeders – Questions to Ask When Choosing a Dog Breeder

So you have a good understanding of how much pugs cost and you are ready to make the big step of buying a pug puppy. But from where or who? With it being a really popular breed, the chances are that there are plenty of pug breeders everywhere whatever country you live in. As with anything else, having so much choice can make finding a good reputable breeder much harder. By choosing a good pug…

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. Sizes…

Are Raised Dog Beds the Best Option for Your Pug?

If you’re planning to purchase a new bed for your pug, then it’s safe to say that making the right choice can have a bigger impact on your dog’s comfort than you may think. What’s more, there are so many different choices available these days that it’s not always simple to pick the right one. In this article, you’re going to learn more about the different types of dog beds you may like to consider,…

How much is a Pug? Guide to Buying a Pug Puppy

So you are planning to buy a pug. One of the initial questions you will be asking yourself when thinking of owning a pug is ‘How much is a pug?’ Are they expensive? Can be, well very likely. There are a number of factors that could have a huge impact on the price to buy a pug puppy. Where Pugs are located Where the dog is located is one of the major factors when it…

How to Choose the Right Pet Carrier for your Pug

I’m often asked why choosing a pet carrier should be different for a pug than any other animal. There are actually a couple of reasons. Firstly, their short snouts mean they can experience breathing problems during travel, when there are changes in air pressure, or in confined stuffy spaces. This makes it extremely important to choose a carrier that keeps them safe and healthy. The other reason is due to their unique personality. If you have…

Pug Exercise – How Much Exercise Do Pugs Need?

“How much exercise does a pug need?” is definitely one of the most common questions we come across from those looking to welcome pugs into their families, as well as those who are already pug owners. The best way to answer this question is: Generally, pugs do not require huge amounts of exercise. Having said this, exercise is an important part of everyday life, and it can give you a lot of benefits, whether you…

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…

Pug Barking – Do Pugs Bark?

Like all other dog breeds, pugs bark, some more than others. Pugs are no exception. Because pugs can’t speak like humans, they bark as a way of communication, like birds tweet, cats meow, pigs oink and cows moo. On this page, you will find all the information relating to pug bark like how much they bark, what pug barking sounds like, the reasons why they may bark & how to train a dog to stop…

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…