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. Continue reading
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 mention of pugs came to us from imperial China, where these bizarre dogs with a short muzzle and a folded forehead were undoubtedly popular, were dogs of nobility and lived in rich houses. Continue reading