Discussion in 'Pets Corner' started by Periwinkle, 17 February 2013.
I'm thinking of getting a pug Anyone have one? Any advice? I don't know anyone with a pug!
I don't have one myself but a friend does and I know she has to make sure all his folds are clean all the time, as the sweat/dirt can cause infections etc. apart from that he's a lovely dog.
Have a look at a few videos on the net for advice.
Hi there, I breed pugs, mainly for fun... I adore them, and have 3 fawn girls, that are my absolute joy... If youd like to know more about them.. just ask,and Id be glad to help xxxx
Hiya! Awww so cool that you breed them! How are they to train?
The myth is that they are not interested in any training. But I've found them to be intelligent little angels. Of the 16 puppies I've raised from birth to 8 weeks, most have been toilet trained to use puppy pads. Almost all walk without a lead, and are obedient, and even play fetch!
they are so easy to train, and do almost anything for a kiss and cuddle
they are he most adorable loveable breed, and I'd never be without my girls.
Rescue centres are full of lovely pups all needing homes....
I have always had rescue dogs, previously owned 2 bulldogs that were rescued!..Also one of my pugs is adopted.
I have a pug, he will be 7 this year, still as giddy as ever! Really lovely dogs x
We have a 13 month old pug called Spud..... I bought him for my son as fur therapy (my son has been ill for 3 years). Although I think pugs are cute I would never have bought one, but the little guy stole my heart right from the off.....
You should be aware that pugs shed and shed and shed and as for passing wind ... truly evil
The are also very stubborn but so affectionate and loving and a joy to live with (gas mask not included)
Are they prone to breathing problems
Hi there,I've got 3 pug girls and although they snore, one louder than the other, and one sounds wheezy on her walk, they have never had any problems. Xx
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