The answer would have to be NO. Other than complications from other eye related problems, or mechanical injuries (which they are more susceptible to), Pugs are not at larger risk of blindness than most other breeds. In fact, Pugs are not even one of the breeds most affected by a genetic condition called Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA).
Is your Pug going to be a ‘Good Dog’? The answer will have to be an overwhelming YES. Pugs are amazing pets. They love people of all ages, they are great with children and absolutely safe with babies. They get along with other dogs and will happily play with cats. Pugs are not aggressive and will usually only bark when ‘necessary’. You will always receive unlimited amounts of unconditional love, and they will never grow tired of you.