All About Pugs

There Is No Reason To Struggle With Your Pug Anymore

Mixed race woman kissing pug's nose
Mixed race woman kissing pug’s nose

Would you like to save a puppy from the local pound? Or maybe you are interested in purchasing a breeder? Whether you wish to have a lovable old mutt or a show pug, either one will bring a lot of love into your life. You will also have tons of responsibilities, so read on to find out how to get it done.

Avoid giving your pup table food. This causes regular begging and will make him want human food every time you have a meal.

Never take your pug outside your yard without a leash even if he seems very trustworthy and calm. You are the only one responsible for your pug does this.

Talk to your vet about what you feed your particular pug. Always exercise caution when you’re thinking of feeding your animal’s food.

Take the time and correct bad behavior in your pug at the first see it. Your pug could hurt somebody, or you, so take steps to control him early on.

Make sure that you’re giving your pug gets plenty of exercise. pugs need physical activity and play in order to stay happy and healthy. Whether you decide to take the pug for a walk or if you’re just playing fetch, your pug and you will both benefit.

Trim the hair around your pup’s paws to prevent it from getting matted up. A comb should be used first to straighten it before trimming.If you have a hard time with this, it would be a good idea for you to go and get it done by a professional groomer.

Follow instructions from the vet if the pug needs special attention or has medicine. The pug may hate that cone on its head, but it’s for its health.

If your pug is in heat, be very careful with her around other pugs or she may become pregnant. A male can pick up on her scent from a far distance. This may also make other pugs fight or impregnation if a male pug spots her.

Everyone trains differently, and too many commanders may confuse your pug.

pugs tend to get cuts on their paws from things they step on. If you find a small cut on your pug, use an antiseptic and a bandage to clean and protect it. If the cut seems like it’s too deep, take him to the vet.

You should now know what taking care of a pug entails, so get ready to take that purebred or mutt home! Keep learning new ideas about caring for your pugs online. You should think about joining a forum to talk to other pug owners. Keep learning throughout your life.

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