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Pug Fact #1 – Instafamous Pug
The 2nd most followed insta-dog is a pug: Doug the Pug. This pooch has a whopping 4 million followers, which is particularly impressive given just how many pet accounts there are out there. Doug is certainly living his best life, whether it’s enjoying burger & fries or chilling on a sunset cruise. You could say he’s unst-pugable!
Pug Fact #2 – Dog of the Royals
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5 personality traits make the pugs adorable which are listed below.
The features of adaptability which make the Pug Dog attractive are:
The features of all-around friendliness which make pug … Read the rest
We are less than 3 weeks away from having had our pugs for 7 years now. 7 years ago, we were told Beans was 9, so she’s about 16 now.
Since we got her, she’s always coughed occasionally. However, a few years ago it became frequent. We took her to the vet, they listened to her cough and listened to her chest, and diagnosed her with collapsing trachea. I’ve written a bit about that in these blog posts if you’d … Read the rest
I have a few blog posts about the best fitting diapers for pugs and how to get dog diapers to stay on a pug.
Blog reader Rebecca James reached out saying she really valued from those posts eve though she has an adorable corgi dog named Cali. She used the basic idea for how to get a dog diaper to stay on a pug but made some adjustments to the idea to make it work for the much longer … Read the rest
A few months back we were starting to worry that Beans may not have long to live. Granted, he is 14 years old so we realize she’s very old. However, we got particularly scared that her time left may be very short, because she went from quite healthy, to constantly coughing and having accidents in just a month or two! We had her excessive coughing diagnosed as trachea collapse and she was put on temaril p which is a cough … Read the rest
Up until about six months ago, Beans was still in really good health. The only sign of old age she had then was she needed stairs to get up onto furniture. It’s declined quite a bit since then. She now is on medication for a leaky bladder, she is on a cough suppressant to make her more comfortable despite her collapsing trachea but she still coughs quite a bit, she struggles with incontinence, and she has limited sight. She also … Read the rest
When getting a pug puppy, deciding what to name your pug can be tough. You want to make sure it’s something you won’t regret as they get older. Pugs are rather silly, yet sweet dogs. Due to their silly nature, it just seems weird to think about going with traditional dog names like maggie, lucky, rocky or bear. Of cousre, you an if you want…but if you’re going with a really basic name you probably aren’t going to be looking … Read the rest
My senior pug has had recurring UTI’s and occasional incontinence when she is fighting the infection. I recently shared how we’ve tried dog diapers and baby diapers for pugs, and we shared which ones worked best for us. That post is called Are Dog Diapers Or Baby Diapers Best For Pugs? As you’ll find out from that blog post, we definitely found that the size, style and fit of different diapers makes a difference in how long the diapers … Read the rest