This charming little canine is one of the most desired dogs to live in an apartment thanks to its small statue and friendly nature.
Pugs have a reputation for having health problems, mainly caused by their scrunched up noses. There is a lot more to the Pug than meets the eye and this breed is actually one of the most popular in the UK.
Pugs are fairly easy to look after in that they don’t place particularly high demands on their owners in terms of their exercise requirements, grooming needs or display a difficult temperament. The Pug has much to offer a family or person looking for a playful companion dog with bags of character. Pugs as mentioned don’t require alot of grooming thanks to their short coat. They are renowned for having a high level of intelligence and are okay to train should you wish. Pugs desire human company so are not the ideal dog to own if your going to be out of the house for hours at a time. The pugs coat although easy to groom is unfortunately very likely to be spread around your home as Pugs are well known for their ability to shed their coats endlessly!
Pugs are also not surprisingly fond of snoring and have been known to snore for England when in a deep sleep. With a quick check of their ears and eyes a pug will be ready to start the day.
Pugs are often found in rescue centres so bare that in mind when beginning your hunt for a pug!
Remember the Gencon All in One head collar can be used on all breeds, including the charming little Pug.