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, […]
Before you get a Pug and bring it home you must make sure you are prepared for it! Things to buy Dog food – see our section on food and nutrition for Pugs here. Food Bowl Water Bowl Plastic mat – for under the food/water bowl to help minimise mess in your house. Dog Treats – don’t over feed […]