So, you want to get your own Pug? Well, good for you for doing research first! There are lots of things to consider before you get a Pug (or any dog/pet). Pugs have lots of health problems, need regular walks (at least a couple of times a day), need attention and they will shed their […]
Looking after an older Pug comes with a new set of health issues. We will soon have our own guide on how to deal with senior and old Pugs but for now we recommend reading this.
So you have decided on what Pug to get, and you are about to bring him or her home. What should you do? First Things First – Do You Have Everything You Need? You can’t just bring a Pug (or any dog/pet) home without being prepared. You must think about: where it will sleep and if […]
Most dog breeds are fine with a normal dog collar. However normal collars are not suitable for Pugs because of the Pug’s small size and the fact that it is a brachycephalic breed (which includes other breeds such as Boxers, Boston Terrier, Bulldogs, Shih Tzus etc.), which means their faces are pushed in which affects their […]