All About Pugs

Things You Should Know If You Have A Pug


Are you concerned about your pet? There is so much to know for most owners and some may find it overwhelming. Sometimes, you may feel like your pug is a lost cause. The tips that follow will help you will all aspects of your pug’s care.

Hugs are good, but kisses should be avoided. pug kisses are cute, in theory, but understand a pug’s mouth is typically very dirty. pugs really get into everything, from toilet water to the neighbor’s trash. It is folk wisdom that a pug’s mouth is cleaner than a humans. This is absolutely a myth!

When you have medications of any sort, keep them where your pug cannot get to it. Getting into those pills could seriously impact your pug’s health and even cause death. If your pug does ingest some of your medication, get in touch with your veterinarian immediately.

Be wary when it comes to flea treatments. Lots of treatments contain things that can be harmful to kids. Find out about healthy treatments that can keep you and your pet safe.

Ask your vet about which foods he can eat. Puppies may lack the development needed to tolerate certain kinds of food without getting sick. Therefore, ensure you are cautious whenever providing your pug a new food.

Get a pug house if you have a pug that you leave outside, in case the weather gets bad. Remember that pugs exposed to cold and damp or excessive heat are far more likely to become ill. Your pug needs a space that is dry and provides him with adequate shelter.

If you own a pug, you know that pet ownership comes with a lot of responsibility. Looking after your pug is time-consuming but also very rewarding. You should apply the tips you just read and take the time to educate yourself about pugs. Soon you will be much more comfortable when it comes to pug ownership.

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