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.
Pug Body and Coat Their body should be soft to touch. They often look a little bit fat – if they look skinny this could be a sign of a problem. You shouldn’t be able to see his ribs. Likewise, if they are too fat this is also a problem. Their coat should be clean, […]
It might be a surprise to someone who has not dealt with Pugs, but they need a lot of care and grooming. They have a short coat, but your Pug will end up with lots of dead hair, so you have to remove it. If you don’t, it will get everywhere in your house. Grooming/Brushing […]