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Pug Dog Behavior

Pugs are very needy dogs.

The member of the toy group, the Pug, is often called as the clown of the canine because of their sense of humor and like to show off. They were bred to be a lap dog, and thrives on human companion. The small pet stands from 10 to 11 inches tall and weighs upto 14 to 18 pounds.

If you are going to add a furry member but you don’t have much space in your house, then you don’t have to worry about it. Because pugs are small and apartment dogs. Before you own them there are certain things you need to know about your new member.

How is A Pug’s Temperament like?

When you think about a pug, stubbornness may come to your mind. Pugs can have a stubborn steak, but they are not aggressive. They should never be treated harshly otherwise it will simply ignore your calls and may get separation anxiety if left alone.

Pugs crave their owner’s attention and is always eager to please. They are very protective of their family and are also very friendly around strangers.

Playful Personality of Pugs

From playful to clownish to calm and dignified they are always a happy dog with family and strangers too. One of the best personality traits of a pug is mimicking.

Pugs depend on the owner’s nature and habits and tend to mimick. This is a learned behavior and it can change overtime. These are laid-back dogs so they don’t make a good guard dogs.

Trying to sleep in a sitting position.

Pugs are friendly breed which makes them a good companion with children, neighbors as well as with other pets. Among many qualities of this pet, the chief quality of pugs are the love of sleep.

These dogs can do their best when the following are provided:
⦁ Healthy diet of wholesome foods.
⦁ Proper affection, tolerance and respect.
⦁ Not having prolonged period of isolation.
⦁ A lot of interactive toys.

Pugs And Children

A baby and a Pug Dog sitting together
Two cute little ones. Image source: Youtube.

Do pug make a good companion with children? Definitely YES! They are among the most gentle and passive breeds among all. Even though your pet want to take a break, but your child wants to play, it will sit quietly and give your child a great company and play along.

Living With A Pug

It makes a great family if you have a Pug in your house. A pug can complete your family as it has a great sense of humor and loves being with humans. They love attention from both adults and children. They also love the companion of other dogs and can be trusted around cats and rabbits. So, there is nothing to worry about your other pets.

Dog and rabbit make a wonderful company together.
Dog and rabbit posing together.

Pugs are truly people dogs, so it needs people around it to be a cheerful dog. They will follow you around the house whether you are walking or working. Pug love to sleep on your lap and sit under your feet. It’s one of their greatest charms!

Grooming is very important both for shedding and dense coat and also to keep facial wrinkles clean.

History

Pugs were originated in China. Some historians believe that they are related to Tibetian Mastiff and were prized by the Emperors of China. They lived a luxurious life and sometimes even being guarded by soldiers.

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