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Pug Puppies

Pug Puppies

Firstly, If you’re looking for a new furry addition to your family, a Pug may be the right fit for you. Pugs have very distinct physical traits that may prompt you to take one home to your family. But before bringing a Pug home. It is important to consider their personality and temperament. Pug Puppies

Meanwhile, these Puppies may be well known for their wrinkled faces. Stubby legs, and compact frame. But the personality and temperament characteristic of Pugs is vital to understand before choosing one to bring home.

Further, Pugs can suffer from necrotizing meningoencephalitis (NME), also known as pug dog encephalitis (PDE). An inflammation of the brain and meninges. NME also occurs in other small dogs, such as the Yorkshire Terrier, Maltese, and Chihuahua. There is no known cure for NME, which is believe to be an inherit disease. Dogs usually die or have to be put to sleep within a few months of onset. Which, in those susceptible to this condition, is mostly between six months and three years of age.

Temperament: Charming, Clever, Playful, Docile, Mischievous, Stubborn, Affectionate, Sociable, Attentive, Loving, Quiet, Calm

Though playful and rambunctious, the Pug is a low-maintenance companion. Making it ideal for older owners. Because they are a small, quiet breed and are relatively inactive when indoors. They are a good choice for apartment dwellers as well.

In conclusion, their compact package belies a great deal of energy, so expect to be entertain with some goofy antics if your Pug doesn’t get a walk or some playtime. They are sensitive to heat and humidity, however, so if you live in a hot or humid environment, be sure your Pug doesn’t spend too much time outside.

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