Pugs are a very popular breed, especially here in the United States. This small dog is full of personality and very cute. But did you know that owning a pug can spell disaster for your hair? There is nothing cute about pug wrinkles! Pug dogs have a genetic predisposition to snore, have sensitive skin, and have less body fat than other pugs.
Pugs are one of the most popular toy breeds. They love to be held in their owner’s arms, and even more enjoy having long snuggled on the lap. But it can be difficult for pugs to be brushed out of stubborn curls, so owners must work quickly to reverse sneezing in pugs. Because pug fur is very dense, it helps that pug snores the loudest of all snorers, but constant brushing can make it more than an inconvenience. In fact, continued pug snoring can cause breathing complications and other health risks.
In the past, pug owners were forced to keep their pets indoors or get them euthanized due to excessive snoring. However, new technology has made it possible to cure pug allergies with non-surgical treatment. While many pug dog owners believe that conventional methods of treating pug allergies are cruel, there are some methods that can be extremely effective at controlling or curing an itching problem. It is important to consult your vet about pug allergies as different breeds of dogs will react to treatments differently.
Most of us know pug dogs well from their use in the Chinese martial arts, and as master and companion animals in India’s Rajput culture. But their origins, which date back over 2,000 years ago, are far from martial arts training. Instead, they were used as herders and hunters, and as pets to the royals in England. They were trained to flush out foxes and deer, and to retrieve drowning victims from deep lakes.
Today’s pug dog is a loyal family pet that is equally at home in the family home as he is on the ranch or in the wilderness. The original meaning of the word ‘pug’ is ‘muddy water dog’. They were originally bred to be companions to hunters in muddy conditions, like the American Indians. However, the English changed the meaning of the word when it was brought over from India to England, meaning ‘raccoon-like’. Today, the English word pug comes across as very mean, but the original meaning is ‘little water dog’ that is gentle and perky.
A pug dog is a delightful, lovable, cuddly dog that is good for all ages, although they tend to wrinkle quickly if they are not properly taken care of. Pugs were first bred in China, where they were known as yapping dogs. However, now pug owners come to be seen with their adorable pug puppies in various colors and patterns. Pugs are great dogs for family pets and wonderful companions.