Your pug may scratch his bowl if it wants food. Your pug might stare at you when looking for love.You can’t always so easily tell what is needed, keep reading and you might find out how to figure it out.
Make sure your home pug-proof. It is important that you bring a pug in. Make sure all of the medicine is put up. Some houseplants are toxic to pets should be removed from your home.
Hugs are good, but avoid kisses. pugs really get into everything, drink enthusiastically from the toilet bowl and love to lick and smell certain body parts of other pugs. It is folk wisdom that pugs have cleaner than a humans. This is not in the truth!
Be sure to have your pug is neutered or spayed. Research suggests that doing this small thing can reduce your pug’s risk of cancer risks. Also, pugs that have been neutered or spayed stick closer to home, lessening the chance of them getting lost or hurt.
Since pugs cannot talk, you should pay close attention to the pug’s non-verbal speech. If when meeting a new pug or person you find your pug is filled with dread, don’t push them to go near them. This might result in negative biting or fighting behavior. Look out for your pug’s non verbal cues and react accordingly.
If you have prescription or over-the-counter medication in the house, you should ensure your pug never gains access to it. Call your vet as soon as possible if you suspect that the pug swallows any pills.
This will show your pug that he is doing just exactly what you want. It also reinforces the pug that he gets praised when he does what you’d like him to do.
If you are going to get a pug from the shelter, find a vet who can examine your new pug. Shelter pugs have numerous opportunities to be exposed to different viruses. You need to ensure your animal all of the shots it needs prior to bringing it home.
Make sure that you’re giving your pug gets plenty of exercise. pugs need routine activity and play time; it’s good for their physical and mental health.From a simple walk to a vigorous game of fetch, everything counts.
It’s said that humans can read pug feelings by just looking at their faces; after years of human/pug interactions, that is no surprise. You now know more about communicating with and taking care of your pug. You and your pug will benefit greatly from that fact.