Keeping your Pug cool in summer is challenging. Especially as Pugs already struggle with temperature regulation. Pug shaving is a controversial topic. Researching this practice can lead to confusing results.
Most of your Pug’s life is spent as an adult or senior. Whether you’ve had your Pug since puppyhood or found a place in your heart for a senior in need, knowing how to care for old Pugs can be confusing.
Whether you’re planning to breed your pug or you’ve been hit by an unexpected pregnancy, we’re ready to give you an expert lowdown.
By equipping yourself with the information you need to care for mumma pug, you’ll give her and her puppies the best chances.
Like most dogs, pugs love to eat. These precious pooches enjoy a variety of flavors.
They tend to have adventurous taste buds and enjoy trying out new foods. In other words, pugs ain’t picky. Though they’ll have their preferences they’re likely to gobble up whatever grub you give them.
Because of this, as a dog owner, it’s essential that you know what can Pugs eat.
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If you’re thinking of adding a pug puppy to your family you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, I’ll be providing a comprehensive lowdown on pug care from the get-go.
We will be covering everything from prenatal care to birth and moving your baby pug home.
Stay tuned for tips and tricks that will help you navigate the joys and challenges of pug care.
So, let’s get started with the first step in a newborn baby pug pup’s life.