Live with a Pug
 

photo of black Pug
Although fawn colored Pugs are more popular,
they also come in black

Vital Statistics:

  • Life span: 12-14 years
  • Adult weight: 14-18 pounds
  • Adult height: 10-11 inches

NOTE: ALWAYS use a body harness, not a collar, for his leash. Jerking or hard pulling can injure his eyes or neck.

 

What's good and bad about the Pug?

Pros:

  • At peace with the world and good with children and other pets
  • Requires minimal grooming
  • A walk or two around the block is all the exercise he needs

Cons:

  • He's an indoor dog who needs air conditioning and must avoid hot, stuffy environments
  • He sheds a surprising amount
  • He may wheeze, snort, snore, grunt and experience breathing problems
  • You must protect his eyes from injury
 

Here's a 33-second video that shows how cute a Pug can be.

 

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If you want to learn all the secrets of having a happy and well-behaved Pug in your family, then this Special Report at $9.97 is just for you.

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Get the secrets of painless grooming

Pick up the best techniques for brushing and bathing your Pug.

Don't overlook the need for regular dental care and pawicures.

Discover the best and worst places to get a puppy or dog

There are potential problems of getting a dog from an animal shelter or rescue group.

Understand the common terms you'll find in ontracts or bills of sale from breeders and non-profit shelters or rescue groups.

Know how to protect yourself if you buy over the Internet

Understand what puppy lemon laws cover and learn which states have laws or are trying to pass them.

Understand what you should expect from a breeder’s warranty.

Learn how to select the right puppy or dog

Get the secrets of how to inspect a canine and my one tried and true technique to test temperament.

Learn what to expect from your puppy.

Get our no-nonsense take on the Puggle, the crossbred that snores like a Pug and bays like
a Beagle.

Understand American Kennel Club (AKC) registration and decipher the breed standard

Find out why registration isn’t a guarantee of a healthy, happy dog.

We provide an illustration identifying dog body parts so the breed standard makes some sense.

Learn the potential health problems of the Pug

You’ll learn about the most frequent genetic problems including eye and breathing problems

You’ll get a list of the health tests and certificates that a breeder or other seller should provide you.

Get your home ready for a dog

Find out how to puppy proof your home.

No, you don’t need to spend a thousand dollars. For instance, a cardboard box with a waterproof, washable mattress makes a fine bed until your puppy is done teething.

Learn how to housebreak a Pug

There is a technique that works. We’ll address using the outdoors for a potty as well as using a doggy litter tray (especially nice for an older dog). Find out why it’s a bad idea to paper train your dog.

If you work all day, you’ll see a schedule that works well for you and your dog. You’ll also learn why I don’t recommend using walks for potty time.

Introduce your Pug to another dog or cat

Many households have multiple pets. You’ll pick up several tips on the smoothest way to bring a new puppy or dog into your household.

Cats and dogs can live in harmony especially if you start everyone off on the right paw.

Build a sold relationship with your dog

There’s one technique that I consider most important for a happy canine/human relationship.

You’ll also learn the four things you must do to remain the leader of your pack and prevent aggression and dominance problems.

Understand the minimum training your dog needs

You’ll learn the 5 commands you should teach your Pug – for his safety and yours.

We don’t expect you to turn your dog into a circus performer. We offer tips for 10-minute training segments.

Get tips on introducing your dog to a baby and children/grandchildren

Find out what children need to know about playing with your dog and others

Make sure your dog is safe to play with children and grandchildren

Learn how to select pet insurance

It’s getting more affordable but most dog owners still aren’t insuring their pets.

Learn why veterinarian fees are rising so fast.

Take your Pug with you when you travel

Find out what the airlines require.

Don’t leave him behind if leave the USA. It’s easier to take a dog with you than it’s ever been.

Learn how to happily combine an RV and a Pug

Get tips on making your dog comfortable in an RV

Find out the most common reasons dog owners are asked to leave RV parks

Learn ways to help your aging dog

Your dog will slow down and need a little extra tender care as he ages – just as you will.

We’ll provide some tips on how you can make his sunset years enjoyable for you both.

Learn when it's time to say good-bye.

Consider estate planning for your dog

Find out how to establish a trust fund to care for your dog after your death (many states now allow them).

Learn what to do if there’s no one who could care for your dog if you’re not around.

Tear out and save our appendix - Dog 911

Get tips on minor first aid treatments.

Know the normal range of temperature and heart rate for your dog

Know what to do if you think your dog's been poisoned.

And much more ...

 

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All the tips, techniques and secrets to Live with a Pug are revealed in plain English that even a
first-time dog owner can understand and follow.

I’m a certified canine specialist and operate the www.ToyBreeds.com website about Toy dog breeds.

I don’t claim to be a dog whisperer, dog psychiatrist, dog psychic or any other faddish title that people can call themselves because no Government agency regulates them.

My reports are from 20-years of real experience, not fads or theoretical concepts. Just canine common sense.

It even has a table of contents and index so you can find things.

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BONUS: Dog Food 101 – Answers to the questions I'm most frequently asked on commercial, organic, homemade and natural dog foods. Find out why I don't recommend bones or the BARF diet.

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Best wishes for a long and happy life with your Pug.

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 full body photo of fawn color Pug