"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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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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WHAT TO DIVE?
Pugs love to chew on everything, and they usually choose the most valuable. New furniture, your favorite shoes, children's toys and rare books are their favorite objects, so try to…

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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 quantities for its better balance:

Salmon oil, which provides the body with useful omega 3 fatty acids, helps reduce various types of inflammation and strengthens the immune system. Salmon oil must be given along with vitamin E, otherwise the body may experience a deficiency of this vitamin.
Sea kale and kelp are a good source of trace elements. They must be added to the diet if you do not use vegetables in it.
Organic (not pasteurized) apple cider vinegar contains enzymes, tannins and potassium and acts primarily as an excellent aid for digestion in pets. Add one tablespoon to food or water every day.
Raw honey is known as an excellent source of flavonoids, contains vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamins C, D and E. Honey also contains calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese and is a good source of antioxidants and living enzymes. Due to this, it has excellent antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic and antifungal properties. For an adult pug, one teaspoon of honey per day is enough.
Fresh crushed garlic has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties and helps protect the body from fleas. Give no more than 1 small clove per 10 kg of weight daily. A higher dose can lead to anemia.
Ginger is useful for digestion and will help to cope with various kinds of inflammatory processes.
Nutritional yeast is an excellent source of B vitamins.

Origin history
The history of the origin of pugs goes back to the Far East, this breed is considered one of the oldest. The first mention of dogs, which in appearance resemble…

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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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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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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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