Wonderful World of Colo...

Pugs come in all colours and markings however some people view only pure breed pugs can come in 3 colours, that being Fawn, Black and Apricot. But that does not take into account that from those three colours, genetic mutation has generated many other colours in other breeds. However as...

Pugs and the third age

Pugs make such wonderful pets, particularly for those in their Third Age – broadly speaking, the Over 50s. Pugs in particular make wonderful companion dogs for the elderly. Their willingness to adapt to their owner’s needs makes them the ideal companion dog for any Third Ager,...

What are pugs really li...

Pugs are as cute as they look. In fact as far as looks go, dogs don’t come much cuter than the Pug. The Pug is a loveable, affectionate, playful little dog who simply loves the company of people. Few dogs that can match the Pug as a companion dog, which perhaps explains why, with an...

Pug health

You would be surprised at the number of Pug health issues you could actually diagnose and treat yourself, at a fraction of the cost of taking your Pug to the vet. Written by vet John Bleby, The Dog’s Health from A-Z: A Canine Veterinary Dictionary, describes how many canine illnesses...

Pugs and children

Pugs are excellent with children, but it should always be borne in mind that Pugs have very prominent eyes. This makes their eyes highly susceptible to damage. The Pug’s compressed face makes them terribly appealing to us all. Particularly to children. But the fact that they have no...

So you want a pug puppy

Before you purchase your Pug puppy, consider why you want a Pug in the first place. It will greatly determine what sort of puppy and what sort of Pug breeder you are looking for. Simply searching for Pug puppy breeders will not necessarily guarantee you your desired result. Naturally you...