Pug is a breed for “lazy people”.
The pug’s hairline is short and does not require special care. The pug coat is so nice to the touch that you want to iron it constantly. By the way, it calms the nerves. Try it yourself.
So here. It is enough to go through the pug’s hair every 2 weeks with a special brush, removing dead hair.
You need to bathe a pug no more than 1 time per month. Frequent bathing will do more harm than good. So do not get carried away. All is good, in moderation.
An exception is washing the paws after each walk.
It should be noted that human bathing shampoos are absolutely not suitable, because the acid balance of human and dog skin is different. Ask in the pet shops of your city only high-quality professional shampoos. It will not be superfluous if you purchase special wet wipes for your eyes and drops for daily care at the same pet store. At the worst, the discharge that appears in the corners of the eyes in the morning can be wiped with warm boiled water or a decoction of chamomile (not tea leaves).
A few words about the eyes. The pug’s eyes are dark, shiny, spherical, radiating all the tenderness of a pug’s soul.
It should also be remembered that in tall grass or thickets, a pug can damage its large, expressive eyes.