Pugs are known for their snoring, snuffling and snorting. Their bulging
eyes are vulnerable to scratches and their wrinkled faces must be washed
regularly in order to avoid odor and infection. They are strong-minded
animals and can be difficult to train, however, what they lack in obedience
they make up for in intelligence and personality.
Pugs love to be with people. They can easily adapt to city or country living
as long as they are an active part of the family. If you would like to become
a proud Pug parent, please visit: Adopt a Pet or The Pug Rescue Network
Pugs are curious little dogs full of spunk and personality. They are 10 to 11
inches in height, weight approximately 14 to 18 pounds and live 12 to 15
years. They come in several colors including fawn, black, silver and apricot.
Pugs are wonderful family dogs as they are friendly, affectionate,
and well tempered. They don’t do well on extremely long walks or
in hot weather so they are not a good choice if you are looking for
a hiking companion. Knowing the signs of canine heatstroke is
very important if you own a Pug.