Help! My Pug Keeps Peeing On My Bed!

Here is an email I received from one of my readers. Since I get this question quite often, I decided to just answer it here on my website so that others can see it.  Hi Colleen, First I want to let you know that I really appreciate all the information on your website. Since this is our first dog, my husband and I are both very grateful for all your help. We ourselves are happy...

What Every Pug Owner Needs to Know

We all heard the phrase that dogs are a man’s best friend. What we don’t hear in the dog world as often is that friendship and loyalty needs to be earned. So today I wanted to briefly talk about why so many people struggle with their Pugs and what it actually takes to raise a happy and healthy Pug that you can feel proud of. Before we get started though, I want you to keep...

Pug Behavior: Destructive Chewing

If you had think of your Pugs favorite activities chewing would be somewhere in the top three – not too far from begging for food. That’s because dogs use their mouth for everything. We are lucky to have hands and thumbs that let us pick and feel things. For dogs, their mouths work as their hands. It’s only natural for them to experience the world by biting into things....

Neutering Impact on Your Pug

When you get a Pug puppy it is a good idea to start thinking about neutering. The benefits of this definitely outweigh the disadvantages. Getting neutered will help your dog in many ways, such as health and behavior. There are so many advantages to having your pet neutered that it is recommended by most professionals. Of course if you do decide to do this go and talk to your vet and see...

Tips for House Training your Pug

What is the very first thing you want to teach your new puppy? In my experience it is to teach him the right way and place to go to the bathroom. Your precious little pug doesn’t yet know how to do this correctly and its your responsibility as his caretaker to teach him. When I first got my Pug puppy the first thing I did was to begin house training him. It took some patience and...

Help! My Pug puppy won’t stop biti...

Pugs are the type of dogs that are ready to play and have fun with you whenever you’re in the mood. Pug puppies however don’t care if you’re ready or not. All they care about is having fun. To them it doesn’t matter if you’re busy, tired or not in the mood. They are in the mood and that’s what matters. If you ever seen two puppies play then you...

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