Pug Articles

Common Skin Problems in Pugs

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No matter how cute your Pug's wrinkles may be, they can lead to major skin irritations. Being aware of the different conditions these skin folds can cause will better prepare you if they ever happen.

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Early Warning Signs of Hip Dysplasia

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Learning the signs, symptoms and treatments of canine hip dysplasia can be useful when purchasing your Pug. Being educated on the disease, the pedigree, and the health history of your Pug can help you determine if they carry the gene for hip dysplasia.

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Four Ways to Stop Excessive Pug Licking

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Dogs are known for affectionate licking, but pugs sometimes go on a licking frenzy that can drive you crazy. They lick for a variety of reasons, and once you know why you can keep the licking to a happy minimum.

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How To Pug Proof Your Home

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Pug-proofing your home does not have to be difficult, if you can begin to think like your pug. Getting down on his level can be quite the eye opener and will expose areas that your pug can get into trouble with.

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FURminator for Pugs

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Who new our little pugs could shed so much?!?! Thankfully the FURminator helps take care of that undercoat with the greatest of ease!

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10 Tips for Finding a Reputable Pug Breeder

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Pugs are one of the most popular breeds in the U.S. The big dogs in a small package are popular all over the world. That means that there are a lot of people breeding these lovable dogs. So what do you need to be on the lookout for to make sure you find a reputable pug breeder? Here are 10 things to keep in mind.

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What Vaccinations Does My Pug Need?

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Like other dogs, your Pug needs to begin receiving his vaccinations when he’s a puppy. Before there were vaccinations for things like parvo and canine distemper, these diseases could wipe out thousands of pet dogs in an area during a short period of time. Even today many animal shelters can have serious outbreaks of parvo because they bring in stray animals who may be unvaccinated. It’s important to make sure that you always keep your Pug up-to-date on his shots.

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