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Recent Photos

"What do you mean this isnĀ“t my boot?" by Marta
Happy camper before pool time by Marta
Pugs are weird by Marta
Nothing like a little grass in your mouth when you sit by the water by Marta
Sitting by the water after a long walk by Marta
Enjoying the sun by Marta


KIMBERLYDILLARD (over 6 years ago)

Hi , i just wanted say hi ... im also new to pugspot!!!! your little friend is adorable welcome to pug spot !!!!! pugg hugs harley and hemi gene

divabre (about 6 years ago)

Hello Marta, I'll be a new mommie to a girly pug... Your pictures are sooo adorable and can't wait to spend quality time with mine. My question to you is, what kind of food do you feed your pug? And how was the potty training and how long did it take? thanks.

Marta (about 6 years ago)

Hello! Congratulations on your new baby pug! Thank you, you two will have a lot of fun together they're very active when they're puppies I've been feeding him Royal Canin and so far it's been working well, I'll keep up with it at least as long as he eats puppy food ( it was reccomended by the breeder) as for the potty training I have to say its been going a lot better than I expected, he's turning 6 months next week and I would say he's about 90% potty trained, he barely has any accidents now. It took him about 4 months to fully understand that he has to pee outside but accidents still happen sometimes. For being successful at potty training your puppy I would reccomend spending as much time as you can with her if you can because that way you can take her out for a pee often enough so she won't do it inside. In the beginning I placed newspapers on the floor so he would pee there, he understood very quickly that he was supposed to pee there and every time he did I would take him out. Also when I leave the house I put him in the crate, they hold it longer when they're crated cause they don't like to pee where they sleep. But as I said it's important to take them out regularly, I would say every two hours if you can, they have a tiny batter juat don't yell at her when she pees inside simply ignore it a clean it up, they can't physically hold it in when they're puppies! Hope this helped! Anything else just ask and I'll try to help you out.