Pug dogs, Information about Pug Dog Breed

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Pug Dog- your Family Companion

Pug dog is a cheerful small fellow that is famous for getting along with anyone with much ease. At the same time, this breed can turn out to be really jealous. The Pugs are extremely popular among even when it comes to those children who pester the dog. A Pug can also do well when surrounded with other breeds but it needs to be socialized as early as possible.

Origin of Pug breed

Talking about the history of the Pug dog breed, they originated from Orient and were brought to the land of Europe in 16th C by the East India Company. There is yet another theory about the origin of Pug that the breed was introduced by the Portuguese to Holland after the sea trade routes were opened in 1550.

Looking at the dog’s behavior, it is a must to note that this dog breed cannot be distinguished as being calm or energetic. It is surprising to see that the Pug exhibits a blend of both these characteristics. The temperament of the dog adapts with the surrounding atmosphere where it lives. The owners with excited Pug appearing to be restless at some times can see if proper atmosphere is provided to the dog.

What you need to know about the Pugs

It is imperative to note that the dog is featured with small breathing passages which leave the Pug difficult to breathe properly and their capacity to regulate the temperature with the help of evaporation from tongue. The original color of the Pug was fawn having saddle mark and black mask till the end of 1800s. Also, many people believed that this dog breed was available in just one or two colors i.e. black and fawn. But this is not true. The Pug can be found in four different colors including apricot fawn, black, silver fawn and fawn. There are even some pure silver dogs but they are rare.

Appearance and look of your Pug

When giving a description of the breed, the breed’s facial resemblance to marmoset monkeys of the 1700s is just apt. Even if the Pug is called as the small toy breed, it is resistant and solid than other breeds in the small dogs group. Having a good sense of humor, the Pug dog is surely an ideal family friend, good natured, tolerant with the kids and patient. Also, the Pugs are generally a bit less yappy when compared with other small dog breeds.

Behavior pattern of the breed

A Pug is more open to behave in an appropriate manner when it is provided with proper toys, feeding and a safe place for sleeping. Moreover, when kept inside, the dog breed is more active. Interacting with your Pug is also important to keep it busy, happy and satisfied. Showing affection to your dog is also a key word to get all the love, loyalty and patience of the breed in return.

Taking your Pug for regular check ups and grooming sessions is a must to ensure that you train your dog in the way you want. So, what are you waiting for? If you are a dog lover and looking forward to own one, what can be better than having a Pug at home?

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