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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CONGENITAL DEFECTS - A WOLF'S WOLF, WHEN AND WHY (part 1)
I hope that you will never have a litter of puppies with wolf's mouth. But if this happens, there are a number of reasons that can explain the appearance of…

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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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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 cells are filled with pigment. Pigment keratitis is the process of losing the transparency of the cornea and staining the cells brown. In foreign publications, the disease is called “pigmentary keratopathy”. Continue reading

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 work there was a feeling of distrust from fans of the breed, then after almost three years I am pleased to note that young breeders and owners of Pugs are showing more and more attention and interest. The club holds exhibitions with the awarding of club titles Candidate for Club Champions, Club Winner and Club Champion. Continue reading

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 index, so I suggest using this diet only for a short time and in very moderate amounts. It is much better to replace white rice with brown. If your dog has rice intolerance, it can be replaced with gluten-free oatmeal (can be found in health food stores and a number of supermarkets). Continue reading

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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Pug is my little baby
I very often recall how I went to my grandmother in my childhood, and my sisters played with a small dog, with the ridiculous name of a pug. Then I…

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Pug
Origin Pug is one of the oldest dog breeds. Most scientists agree that the ancestors of the pugs lived in the East more than three thousand years ago. The earliest…

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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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