Pug dog breed

Pug breed facts

Pug are companion dogs, and is a popular pet around the globe.

This breed are characterized by high IQ compared to many other type of dogs. Mental exercise should therefore be included in the daily activities.

Pugs sheds, and caring and grooming of the coat should be done regularly. Easy grooming is one of several advantages of this breed.

The pug dog should be a pleasure to to train , but individual differences in the dog breed is expected. The breed are often focused in what it is doing, and easy to deal with. Although there are breeds that are characterized as even more energetic, this is still a breed that requires his daily walks. The breed appreciate exercise, but are not as demanding as many other breeds.

The breed appears to be very loving, and rarely show aggressive behavior above strangers. Dogs of this dog breed will usually be approachable and loving towards other dogs. The breed is considered as one of the more kid-friendly dog breeds, but do not forget: However, you should never leave small children alone with dogs. Many dogs are good with children, but differences within the breed is also quite large. Although this breed can be gentle, one should never forget that they are animals after all. Puppies tend to chew on whatever it comes across, and this can increase lung adulthood if one ignores the problem.

The breed is not suited to extreme cold, but can still be kept in colder regions if they wear extra clothing on cold days. If you are looking for type of dogs that enjoys fun activities and games, you can add this one to your list. It has been mentioned that being home alone can be difficult with this breed, but can also be more individually contingent than breed dependent. The breed may well stay in the apartment in the city.

Pug anatomy: A pug is a great race short coat, and a charming expression.

Health: The health problems for pugs varies and also depends on the breeder. Health problems that may occur includes - but is not limited to eyelid problems, heatstroke, respiratory difficulties, heart disease, hypothyroidism, eye problems, common canine disorders and other health problems in dogs.

Information about pug: The pug originates from United Kingdom. The breed is popular and easy to find in classified ads and even in animal shops. Pugs were initially bred for royal companionship. The dog breed are also being called mops, carlino.

Classification: American Kennel Club places the breed in the group «toy dogs». United Kennel Club files the breed in the category «Companion dog». Pug is included in International Federation of Kennel Clubs database of dog breeds as #253 in section «small molossian type dogs» (9.11) in the group «companion and toy dogs» (registered 1987-06-24). Also recognized by the Canadian Kennel as «toy dogs».

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