Why a pug?

HEALING HERBS AND SPICES FOR YOUR DOG WITH NATURAL FEEDING.
Some herbs and spices are a great addition to your dog’s natural diet. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, have healing and prophylactic properties, which can have an excellent effect…

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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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Acquaintance with the breed. Pugs need to know!
This small breed has a huge history. There is much debate about the true origin of pugs. It is believed that the breed came from China. The origin was associated…

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HOW AND HOW MANY TIMES DO I NEED TO WALK WITH A Pug?

A few tips on how, how many times a day and where to walk with a pug puppy or an adult dog will help you avoid possible mistakes in the issues of proper puppy raising and upbringing.

Increased activity (for example, overly long walks or running up and down stairs, jumping off sofas and other “extreme” actions for the puppy) can lead to problems with ligaments in the pug puppy. Continue reading

TREATMENT OF PIGMENTAL KERATITIS.

An agent capable of completely reversing pigment keratitis does not exist. After the pigment covers the cornea, it becomes difficult to eliminate. As a prophylaxis and to reduce the amount of pigment, eye drops such as cyclosporin A (CSA) and tacrolimus should be used. Both of these drugs are immunomodulators, that is, they affect the response of the immune system to what is happening in the eye. Continue reading

Pigment keratitis in pugs

The cornea is the transparent part of the anterior membrane of the eye that transmits light. Normal healthy cornea is transparent. Keratitis is a corneal disease in which usually transparent cells are filled with pigment. Pigment keratitis is the process of losing the transparency of the cornea and staining the cells brown. In foreign publications, the disease is called “pigmentary keratopathy”. Continue reading

Pug Obesity

Pugs are famous eaters who lick everything, to the last crumb. If you are going to have a bite to eat, then soon your nose will have a black nose, waiting until a piece falls from above. And those plaintive eyes that ask for a little tasty? Do not fall for these tricks! No means no. As soon as the dog succeeds in breaking you, you lose: all his life the pug will put pressure on you. And, again, snacks between meals is a taboo, otherwise your pet will grow rapidly in breadth. Continue reading

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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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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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VEGETABLES, FRUITS, CEREALS, BROADS ON THE MENU OF YOUR Pug.
Feeding vegetables and fruits is not necessary, because dogs by and large do not really need carbohydrates in the diet. Despite the fact that these products make up a very…

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DOES CARBOHYDRATES NEED THE DOG'S NUTRITION?
Do not rush to give up carbohydrates. Feeding boiled white rice is an old known way to curb mild diarrhea in a dog. However, white rice has a high glycemic…

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