CONGENITAL DEFECTS - A WOLF'S WOLF, WHEN AND WHY (part 3)
SHORT EXTRACTS FROM DISEASE HISTORY A few years ago, one member of the Kennel Club of the Ohio State received a small litter of puppies with cleft palates. One puppy…

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Pug
Origin Pug is one of the oldest dog breeds. Most scientists agree that the ancestors of the pugs lived in the East more than three thousand years ago. The earliest…

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FEEDING Pug
In general, pugs are relatively unpretentious dogs. However, in order for the representatives of this breed to be happy, healthy and keep in good shape, in any case, careful implementation…

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Appearance

A pug is a massive dog with a square and powerful body. It has a fairly compact body, a straight back, a deep-set chest and a strong lumbar. The tail is tightly twisted into a ringlet (often double) and is worn on the side. The head is wide, massive, the muzzle is shortened. The outer part of the muzzle is covered with deep wrinkles that stretch from the inner corners of the eyes to the outer part of the muzzle. Wrinkles on the forehead resemble a diadem. Continue reading

About walks
For proper physical development, daily walks in the fresh air in any weather are necessary. The pug must have well-developed and strong muscles. And without proper training, this cannot be…

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Why a pug?
There are many reasons why people are going to get a dog: a childhood dream, a fashion trend, a feeling of loneliness, a request from a child, a momentary desire,…

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"Bad advice" or A brief guide to parenting (part 2)
Back to the walks. My, well, that is, the mistress, knows if there is a thunderstorm, then I need to get out before the rain. It’s not a royal thing…

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Puppy selection (part 2)
Poor maintenance, feeding puppies, poor general condition, and especially the condition of the coat, and lethargy of the puppy should be a definite reason for refusing to take the puppy…

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