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Pug puppies FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Pug puppies

Where does the Pug come from?

Pug has its origins in China and is a small purebred, with a double coat, typically fawn-colored or black.

What does the Pug look like?

Pug is a sturdy, compact dog known for its comical temperament. It has short, flat, black muzzle and a nice flat round face with deep wrinkles and big, dark eyes.

What kind of temperament does the Pug have?

Pug is playful, loving, affectionate, smart, curious and eager to learn new things. It loves to be the center of attention and doesn’t like to be left alone. It has a great sense of humor and is known for its comical personality and for the tendency to amuse people. Its temperament depends on heredity factors, training and socialization.

How is the training for the Pug?

A well-rounded Pug needs to be socialized since puppyhood. If correctly trained, it will become a very good companion. Due to its soft features, it needs a gentle, but firm trainer. Usually, training requires lots of patience and perseverance. It has the tendency to become sedentary.

What type of home encourages a well behaved Pug?

Due to its small size, Pug can adapt very well to apartment living. It is relatively inactive indoors and tends to be quiet. Protect it against heat and humidity and don’t let it outside for long periods as it is sensitive to these factors.

How much grooming does the Pug need?

Pug sheds a lot as it has a double coat, but it doesn’t need high maintenance.

How much exercise does the Pug need?

Pug has the tendency to become inactive indoors and needs to be stimulated to get exercised. It doesn’t need too much activity.

What is the best food for the Pug?

Take care to offer it only dry food, carefully measured to avoid obesity and tooth problems. Pug is a food addict and has the tendency to eat large amounts of food. Limit the treats and stimulate it to become more active.

What health problems does Pug have?

If it is properly cared, Pug is generally healthy and can live up to 15 years. It is prone to eye problems, scratched corneas, breathing issues and obesity.

If you are searching for a new companion and you are in love with this breed, take a look at our website. You can view the pups available for adoption and you can also set up an appointment to meet your favorite one personally. You’ll be enchanted by our little amazing pups. Lone Star Pups sells Pugs in Dallas, Austin, Houston, Waco, Killeen and Shreveport, Louisiana.