Pugs are excellent companions
Much has been written about the value of a pet in a person’s life. Studies indicate that it can give a person purpose and even extend their life. Dogs, of course, make great pets, but we believe that Pugs are the best dog of all when it comes to companionship and loyalty to their owner. There is nothing more adorable than making your little friend go crazy when you get home. They are so happy to see you that they can hardly control themselves.
Pugs are great for seniors and children. Their size makes them easy to handle because their ideal weight is only 14 to 18 pounds. If you want to feel needed and loved, you can hardly do better than a Pug. Its history dates back hundreds of years and most scholars agree that the breed probably started in China. They were the favorites of the monks in Tibet due to their kind and loving nature. They eventually made it to Europe and became the favorites of royalty. Prince William of Orange was a lover of pug and brought the breed to England when he ascended the throne in 1688. They have been a favorite with the British ever since! But its popularity is worldwide. Even Napoleon had an encounter with the breed. Legend has it that Josephine, his wife, had a Pug named Fortune who bit the European ruler on his leg on their wedding night in an attempt to protect Josephine from this stranger. They are very loyal to their owners.
A Pug is an ideal companion who loves nothing more than being in the company of his owner. They are loyal and lovable beyond belief. Are they the perfect pet? Well, nothing is perfect, not even the Pug. They have two flaws that every potential owner should be aware of. The first is that they fall apart. Have a Pug sit on your lap and he’ll know he’s been there. If you can’t stand vacuuming, maybe a Pug isn’t for you. We think it is a small price to pay for such an adorable friend.
The second negative for Pug owners is that their little friend is an eating machine. They seem to always be hungry and it is not uncommon to find Pugs that tip the scales at more than 20 pounds. They are prone to being overweight and, after their owner, eating seems to be the love of their life. They will be very curious and hopeful every time you walk into the kitchen. They turn into Oscar-winning performances whenever the possibility of being fed presents itself. People will think that you starve him the way he asks for food. Don’t worry though, they can be trained, and if you are disciplined you can get over it with a little work.
Pugs are part of the Toy dog group. In fact, they are the largest breed in this group. They have a very distinctive look and a very dignified shape. Pugs are one of the most attractive breeds of any group and have done very well in dog shows. They are well proportioned and can be quite comical. You can dress them up and they will never tire of being the center of attention. Rest assured that you will always count on their friendship and loyalty.
Pugs make excellent companions for young and old. They are very sociable and are happiest when they are with their owners. You should think twice about a Pug if you are not going to be able to spend a lot of time with the dog. They are at their best when they are with people. Although they are very athletic and love to play, you should also be aware that they do not perform well in hot weather. Due to the structure of their faces, they are prone to respiratory problems, especially in hot weather. Special care must be taken that they do not overheat.
The pugs come in beige and black. They are both adorable and it’s easy to understand why Pugs consistently rank in the top twenty breeds in terms of popularity. They will be loyal and faithful companions and will quickly occupy a special place in your home and in your life.