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How to Brush Your Pug

Here are the right steps to brush your Pug: – Put a collar on your Pug and place him on a waist high table. – Have one hand on his collar and tell him to “Stand”. Remember to praise him for its good behavior. – Making use of your free hand, start brushing. Work from […]

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Bebop’s Got a Brand New Pair of Wheels!

In August of 2012, the cute Bebop Pugman, who was eleven years old at that time, was having for the last 3 years or so trouble walking due to nerve damage in his lower back. He’s not a puppy anymore, but he’s still so vibrant and happy and full of life that his owners had to […]

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Pug Exercising

These loving and adorable dogs require exercise to keep their weight under control. Pugs are vulnerable to be overweight and become overweight quickly. However, due to the Pugs stature and nose you must be cautious regarding Pugs and exercising. Pugs have a short nose and it’s hard for them already to breath and that’s why […]

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Bathtime For Baby Pugs

It’s bath time for baby Pugs, Freddy, Suzie and Ivan. In this adorable video you see a mama Pug giving her newborn puppies a nice bath! Licking not only gets the puppies clean, but it’s also a way to bond with them. It’s TOO CUTE!

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13 Fruits For Dogs And Their Benefits

People love fruit and we know bananas and strawberries are great for us, but did you know they are good for your dogs as well? Take a look at this list of 13 fruits for dogs and their benefits: Apples: Rich in potassium, fiber, phytonutrients, flavonoids, vitamin C. Bananas: Full of potassium and carbohydrates. Here’s […]

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Is There a Remedy for Pug Snoring?

Dogs snore for similar reasons that people snore–because their airways are in some way clogged. This could be because of sleeping in an unusual position, from a facial deformity, from being obese or from having a health problem that has narrowed the dog’s airways. In case the snoring dog has a short nose (brachycephalic), like […]

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