Pugs love food. They can be coerced in to doing just about anything if the promise of food is involved. Unfortunately, Pugs also tend to have weight issues. They will eat as much as you give them so extreme care must be taken to ensure they do not become overweight.
The feeding chart below is a sample schedule of what the average Pug will need as they grow. You should consult your veterinarian regarding the exact amount that is right for your Pug.
|Age||Times Per Day||Amount Each Time|
|Puppy (3 to 6 months)||3||1/3 cup|
|Adolescent (6 months to 1 year)||2||3/4 cup|
|Active Adult (1 to 8 years)||2||1/2 cup|
|Senior (8 years+)||2||1/3 cup|
Now that you have a good idea as to how much you should be feeding your pug, how about what type of dog food. We have a full article already dedicated to explaining the best dog food for pugs that you can check out. This will give you a good idea as to what exactly you should be feeding your pug.
Our Top Picks for the Best Pug Food
Picking between all of the different dog foods out there can be a hard process, especially when you want to make sure you are feeding your pug only the best food possible. The three different types of dog food below are all great choices if you don't know where to start.