Why a pug?

ADDITIVES TO DIET
A healthy dog ​​that eats a variety of foods does not need special additives and vitamins, but there are several products that we recommend introducing in the menu in small…

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A bit about pugs
For me, a pug is a small home orc. Round ottoman with legs, insanely affectionate and gentle beast. My pug is my first dog, and I do not regret at…

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Training and training
Since pugs are distinguished not only by a good mind, but also by their perseverance and stubbornness, they are quickly bored with various monotonous exercises and games. This is becoming…

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WHAT BERRIES AND FRUITS ARE USEFUL FOR NATURAL DOG DIET.

Dogs love fruit! Fruits can be used as a component of the menu for natural feeding of a pug, or simply as an excellent treat from time to time. Not every fruit is safe for dogs, so we made a list of fruits that are absolutely safe and, of course, useful for our pets. Fruits, like vegetables, are not necessary in a dog’s diet, but they can certainly act as a healthy snack. Continue reading

ARGUMENTS FOR THE NATURAL FEEDING OF DOGS

At the molecular level, the dog’s DNA is almost identical to wolf’s DNA: the difference is reflected in 0.2% of the mitochondrial DNA chain. On a scale of genetic material, this is a very small quantity. So, for example, differences between a wolf and a coyote are recorded in 4% mitochondrial DNA. It is also important to note that the wolf and the dog can give offspring capable of reproduction. This is perhaps the most striking illustration of how close they are. Continue reading

Coconut oil in the diet of your pug

Coconut oil is a fantastic supplement to your dog’s diet. More and more people are discovering the amazing health benefits of unrefined coconut oil.

For dogs, it has no less value. Coconut oil is about 90% saturated fats, most of which are medium chain triglycerides (MCTs). The main component of MCTs in coconut oil is lauric acid, which is antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial and helps balance the immune system. Continue reading

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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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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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"Bad advice" or A brief guide to parenting (part 1)
Let me introduce myself, I'm a pug. And my name is ..., however, it’s better to stay incognito, otherwise the hostess will read it. I live in a family not…

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Pug has come! (part 2)
The club is developing, perhaps not as fast as we would like, but it is definitely gaining strength and firmly moving towards its goals. If at the beginning of our…

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