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Games for Pugs

Pugs are definitely playful and they like to have fun. They can easily get bored too so playing different types of games with them will not only help them have fun but it will also help them develop certain skills needed to become more developed and exceptional pets. The games that you can play with your pug can vary from simple ones that you can do in the living room to complex ones that you can do at a dog park.

If you want to develop your dog’s agility, you can assemble a simple obstacle course in your backyard or bring your dog to a local dog park with the right agility course. This breed can be active but they can be lazy at times. So at the beginning of the obstacle course, you may need to do a little motivation and show the dog what you want them to do so that they will follow through.

Tug of war is also a good game for your pug. You can use a favorite stuffed toy that they like to munch on and try to pull it away from them. Blowing bubbles could also be fun since pugs will chase those floating bubbles. But you need to use an approved dog solution that is non-toxic to pets and not use detergent or soap for the bubbles.

Training of Pugs

Pugs are considered to be dogs that have very strong personalities. Although they are fun and loving to the families who have taken care of them, they can be very self-willed because of their playful attitudes. This is the reason why training a pug is not as easy as it may seem. Some dog breeds are very keen at getting and understanding instructions but this breed will require a lot of patience and endurance to let the pug know what More...

Origin

Before, there were different theories with regards to where the dog breed Pug really originated. Some believe, the breed came from the Far East while others said, it developed in Europe. However, after long years of debate, it is now accepted that the pug origin started in China then reached Japan and later spread in Europe. It was said that the pugs were bred to sit on the Chinese emperor’s lap because the dog resembled the dragons. The short haired More...

Height and Weight

The pug has a very distinctive appearance of robust and square-like body. The coat is shiny and smooth and usually in colors of fawn, apricot, silver and black. When you look at the pug’s face, you can see intense seriousness because of its dark, sharp, bulging eyes and snooty black muzzle. The velvety soft and rose-shaped ears are common to all pugs while the moles in their cheeks seemed to be their beauty spots. The tails are either in double More...