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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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…

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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…

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A few words about colors

Pugs come in two colors – beige and black.

Beige color can be of 2 types: silver deer and apricot deer.

Silver-deer (“glitter of the moon”) is a pure deer cold color.

Apricot-deer (warm, sand) – from cream to golden.
Very bright elegant color.In both cases, the color should be clean. The face mask, ears and moles should be black. A dark strip (“belt”) should pass along the back. Moreover, the purer and lighter the main tone of the color, the less the “belt” is expressed.

A pug of a light color should not have a dirty gray coating, a kind of “darkened” color. Unfortunately, I had to meet pugs of such an incomprehensible mouse color not only on the street, but also at exhibitions.

Black color (pitch black) should be evenly colored, without impurities of other colors. The pug should not have a brown shade.
A small white mark on the chest is allowed, but ideally, the black pug should be completely black.

Today, black color is more rare and difficult to breed.
The good news is that there are more black pugs, and quite high-quality and standard breed.

Often, having a beige pug, people lead into a pair – black, (for contrast) and vice versa. After all, as you know, there are not many pugs!
Ask the owner of the dog of this breed: “What could be better than a pug?”, And you will probably hear: “Two pugs!”

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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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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Health and Disease
Pugs are prone to brachycephalic syndrome. This is when the walls of the nostrils and the shape of the nose prevent the dog from breathing fully. The first signs of…

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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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