PUG General Guidance

Health Problems

The Pug makes a very good companion dog. She is playful and fairly easy to care for, but she needs plenty of human attention.

Learn about feeding, vaccinations and Booster shots (needed or not?), Pugs health problems,  and more.

Tips and advices

Health & Feeding

A Breed Standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament and appearance of a breed and ensures that the breed is fit for function. Absolute soundness is essential.

It is always a great event when a puppy arrives in its new home. However, integrating a puppy into the household is not always easy, and there are some very important things to remember ...

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Breed Standard

The Pug is a small, stocky, square, thickset dog. The round head is massive with a short, blunt, square-shaped muzzle. Moles on the cheeks are considered beauty spots. The teeth meet in a slight undershot bite. The very large, prominent eyes are dark. The small, thin ears are either rose or button shaped. The face has large, deep wrinkles. The high-set tail is curled over the back and a double curl is preferred in the show ring. The Pug is keen, with a happy-go-lucky attitude. Playful, lively and rambunctious, it is sure to keep you laughing

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