Pug Articles

Grooming Your Pug

The Pug is social breed that generally enjoys being in the company of its human mate. In fact, Pugs actually look forward to human companionship which is why it's pretty easy to establish a grooming routine that'll keep your Pug healthy and looking his or her best.

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Dental Hygiene for your Pug

Dental hygiene is just as important for your Pug's health as it is for yours. The only difference is that your Pug can't take care of its own teeth so this responsibility falls on your shoulders. Just like humans, a Pug's teeth and gums can succumb to disease so you need to put doggie dental hygiene at the top of your priory list.

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Potty Training Your Pug

The Pug is a wonderful dog who is typically happy, fun loving, loyal and affectionate. They also usually get along well with children and other dogs and are highly intelligent. With such a loving personality it is clear to see why the Pug is such a popular breed. However, as with most smaller dogs, there are some unique potty training issues.

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Facts About Microchipping Your Pug

Even though your Pug is probably an inside dog, as most are, there are still plenty of good reasons why you should get him a microchip so he can "phone home" if anything should ever go wrong.

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History of the Pug

Pug legend has it that the ancient Chinese were always looking into wrinkles, canine or otherwise, for patterns that resembled Chinese characters. The most revered wrinkle patterns where the three that formed the Chinese word for "Prince." Look at your Pug's forehead and you can probably figure out the rest. If three wrinkles were good, more were even better. So, the Chinese bred the dog to produce wrinkles and ? it worked.

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