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Life Expectancy

The pug life expectancy varies, but the average pug can live as long as 20 years because they are strong and only susceptible to very few ailments and diseases. The longevity of the pug’s life will depend greatly on the breeding, exercise, care and diet that your dog should receive while in your care.

If you are choosing a Pug for your pet, make sure to give considerations on the practices of the breeder. Try to ask if you can possibly view the health certificates of both the pug’s father and mother. A breeder with good reputation should avoid the use of breeding stock which has been tested positive for signs of certain conditions.

The pug’s average life span is 14 years; although there are those you were able to keep their dogs alive for 20 years. If you are having pug for your pet, you should consider it already a member of the family since it can stay with you for up to 2 decades. There are pugs; most of them are in their old age, that were turned over to rescues and shelters because their owners were not able to keep them as pet that long.

Insurance for Pugs

Insurances are always important because there can be coverage whenever something happens to the person, place, or thing that has been insured. For many years now, pets can also be insured through pet insurance companies. If you love your pug, it will be an optimum idea to have it insured. Insurance for pugs is usually paid monthly, quarterly, or annually depending on the type of payment term you choose. Having your dog insured can be very beneficial to the owners. 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...