Pug Articles

Dealing with Your Pug's Separation Anxiety

Your Pug is a loving, affectionate little dog and you are probably the center of his world. So it's not surprising if he is a little put out when you leave the house without him. But there's a difference between this normal disappointment and a dog who truly can't cope with your absence.

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Tips for Moving with Pugs

If you've ever moved (and who hasn't?), then you know what a stressful time it can be. Moving to a new home is usually even more stressful for our pets. They have no idea why they're moving or where they're going. They only know that their lives are being uprooted. It's a very insecure, confusing time for a dog. There are some things you can do to make a move to a new home easier for your Pug. Here are some suggestions to help you with your move.

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Starting Your Own Dog Business

Do you have a love for dogs and want to make that your full-time job? Get the process started by reading this article, full of tips and advice of how to make that dream a reality.

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How to Control Your Pug's Shedding

Too many people make the mistake of assuming that a Pug's short hair means low maintenance. How wrong they are! It's true that a Pug has short hair. But a Pug has a lot of hair and that means Pugs have a lot of hair to shed. And shed your Pug will which is why it's important that you're prepared for this. If you're not up for the challenge, admit it right now and start investigating different breeds.

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Foods and Plants That Can Endanger Your Pug's Health

Pugs eat everything and that's something their owners find endearing. But cute as it might be to see your dog eating your panty hose or frolicking in your garden, there's nothing cute about watching your Pug suffer after ingesting something that could endanger its health. That's why it's up to you to keep dangerous foods and plants out of reach.

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Cleaning and Care of Pug Wrinkles

A big part of what makes Pugs so cute is all their wrinkles! After all, a Pug without wrinkles would be, well it would be a different breed. From its curvy little tail all the way to the tip of its pushed in nose, the Pug is a pretty unique dog. That doesn't come as any surprise, especially when you consider that over the years the Pug has been bred to look exactly the way it does. All this uniqueness requires a bit of unique care in order to keep your Pug healthy, happy and smelling good. But what about those wrinkles?

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