All About Pugs

Want To Get A Pug? Try These Tips


Would you like to get a puppy from the pound? Would you rather have a pug that is a pure breed? No matter if your pug is a puppy, show pug, or a old mutt, you need to make sure they are loved. You will also have tons of responsibilities, so read all of this article to see what to expect.

Keep in mind that pugs are expensive. pugs require quality food, medical care, and general supplies that can vary in costs. It can cost a lot of money to take your pug to the vet in an emergency, so you will want to investigate health insurance for your pet.

If your pug is coming along on a family vacation, keep a picture of him handy or take one using your phone. This way, should he get lost, you have a picture you can show others. You can also use the picture to hand our “lost” flyers.

Keep your medications out of paw’s reach. If your pug has access to these pills, there can be fatal consequences. If your pug happens to get into any such pills, call your veterinarian or animal poison control immediately.

If you are not sure how often you should feed your pug, ask your vet. Some people feed the pug based on their food package recommendations, but these can be wrong and cause them to be overweight. Speak with your veterinarian about what your pug’s needs are and what amounts are proper.

You should now be aware of what needs to be done to give your pug the best care, so you can bring your new pooch home now. Keep learning more about owning pugs if you have any further questions on the subject. Think about joining a pug forum to chat with fellow pug owners. Never stop learning.

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