Adopting a pug is a process that needs your time and patience. You’ll have to show a huge commitment to the pug and prove that you’re capable of giving him hope, love, and a home for life. By adopting a pug, you’ll be saving his life and you should be fully prepared to help him forget his sad past.
Pugs are known to be fairly obliging when it comes to dressing up and will almost try anything. That’s why pug clothes and accessories have become so popular with every pug owner looking to grab something for his/her little cutie.
There are loads of things that you should know before getting a pug.
• Where Do Pugs Come From?
• What is the Size of a Full-Grown Pug?
• What is the Ideal Weight for Pugs?
• When Do Pugs Stop Growing?
• What is the Average Lifespan of a Pug?
• What Colors do Pugs Come In?
• Pug Temperament and Personality
• Are Pugs Easy to Train?
• Are Pugs Good with Kids and Family?
• Are Pugs Aggressive (Can they Bite)?
• Do Pugs Shed a Lot?
• Controlling Excessive Shedding
• Do Pugs Need a lot of Exercises?
• How Often Should You Bathe Your Pug?
• Do Pugs Have a lot of Health Problems?
• Do Pugs Bark a lot?
• Are Pugs Good for First-Time Owners?
• What Dog Foods are Appropriate for Pugs?
• How Many Times Should You Feed Your Pug in a Day?
• What Human Foods can Pugs Eat?
• How Many Puppies can Pugs Have?
Taking your pug for regular walks is of great importance in keeping them active and maintaining a healthy weight. However, do you know that it’s not a good idea to walk your pug by attaching a leash to their collar? To protect his fragile
trachea and reduce stress, it’s always important to use a proper no-pull harness.