cute pug puppies by Justjanet


									The Pug Pup Plenty Of Fun
The Pug pup is an adorable dog, who can resist its little funny face? And you must think so too if you are thinking of getting a Pug pup. Many of the
characteristics found in Pug puppies make them attractive dogs to have in a family. They are friendly and loving dogs. They will keep you and you
family amused with their antics. However just like any breed there are certain illnesses that the Pug is especially susceptible to.

Consider whether you are serious about having a Pug puppy because eventually your Pug puppy will become a full-grown Pug that may have genetic
illnesses that are quite serious. To minimize this you should always buy your Pug puppy from a reliable breeder. Good breeders have wait lists
because of the small size of Pug litters.

Never use a choke collar on a Pug; a Pug puppy already has breathing difficulties due to the way its body is shaped. Using a choke collar could be
very, very dangerous. Pug puppies need you to be firm with them from the start when you are training them.

This means that you will have to be patient but firm throughout the process. The best method to use is the crate method, whereby your Pug is confined
to a crate when you are not around to supervise your Pug. This is proven to be the most effective and used by successful dog trainers.

Pug-proof your house before bringing home your Pug puppy. This means wrapping any wires in heavy tape and putting plastic guards on electrical
sockets. Anything fragile or that you don't want your Pug to chew should be kept out of reach of your puppy. Remember that Pugs are curious and will
investigate anything and everything so keep things like chemicals and yarn away from your dog to avoid accidents from happening.

Cold water is an effective way to cool down a Pug pup that looks like it's over heating. You should also take your Pug to the doctor as soon as you can
once you notice signs of sunstroke. A handy tip is to keep an ice bag for small necks, usually used by children, in case of such an emergency.

You should also brush your Pug's teeth regularly. This will help avoid gum disease and also help you monitor the condition of your Pug's mouth. You
will be able to notice anything unusual and ask you vet about it.

Most of all have fun with your Pug puppy. Your Pug will be a faithful companion who will shadow your footsteps. Its cute little face will never fail to
cheer you up. The extra time and effort that is put into Pug puppy care will be rewarded by love and adoration from your Pug who only wants to be
loved by you.

About the Author
Jenny Donaldson is a passionate lover of the Pug and has a popular website where you'll discover how to have a happy, healthy and well behaved
Pug. Among other topics at this website, you can also learn all about Pug Pups plus a whole lot more.


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