Puppy selection (part 1)
Choosing a puppy is no less important than choosing a life partner. Despite its amusement, a pug is not a living toy, but a friend for many years. Acquiring a…

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Puppy selection (part 3)
I won’t discover America if I say that children from champions and import manufacturers are expensive. Famous foreign kennels will not sell a puppy to a novice at all without…

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Pug has come! (part 1)
A small, harmonious, tightly knit dog with a large head and a short wide muzzle. Above the small flattened black nose are large dark and talking eyes. Tail ringlet. These…

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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 find a cheaper and safer replacement in advance.

For example, your pug will like chewing pastilles and nodal bones, especially when his teeth are cut. Pugs love large chewing bones – they perfectly help to overcome boredom and, in addition, cleanse teeth of bacterial plaque. Special chewable pastilles can be found in pet stores and supermarkets.

There are many toys for chewing, but avoid small and thin (as they say, on one tooth), even if there are a lot of them in a pack – they can get stuck in the throat of a dog. Choose goodies from reputable manufacturers you trust.

Ask the consultant to pick you a bone that is not too small, but not too large for the pug to pick up and carry. In the end, take the dog with you to the store and watch the reaction to different toys. Just beware of tweeters – they are easy to swallow, and a harsh sound, over time, will drive you crazy.

CHANGE OF NUTRITION
Follow the diet recommended by the breeder or nursery. If you decide to make changes (for example, if you have problems buying a certain feed), do it carefully to avoid indigestion. Give one spoon less than the old feed and just one spoon – the new one. In a couple of days, there will be two spoons. So, gradually, over the course of a few weeks, you will painlessly transfer the pug to a new feed.

About feeding
Pugs are unpretentious in food and are not averse to eating anything from the master's table. Ah, how hard it is to bear this begging look of a cat from…

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Brief description of the breed
A round head, a square physique and a twisted tail - this is what a pug looks like. Wherever he is, his wrinkled face and cheerful nature enchant people on…

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HOW TO CORRECTLY ADHESE THE EYE OF THE Pug
This article will discuss how to properly glue a pug's ears. The shape of the pug’s ears can be of three types: 1. "button (button)" - the ear is a…

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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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