Pug Dog Breed Features

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Vital Stats Of the Pug Breed

This dog is ideal for

Pugs are very apartment-friendly dogs and they will adapt easily in any atmosphere.

This dog weighs

M- 6-9 kgs F- 6-8 kgs

Life span of this dog

13 -15 Years

Some highlights of the breed


Evidence of Pug-like dogs has been found in ancient Tibet and Japan.Reportedly, the first Pugs brought to Europe came with the Dutch traders, who named the breed Mopshond, a name still used today.


Pugs are playful dogs, ready and able for games, but they are also lovers, and must be close to their humans.


Pug’s need regular brushing and bathing helps keep the coat in good condition and shedding to a minimum. Pugs shed above average.

Child friendliness

Pugs are one of the friendliest dog breeds. They love and play with kids.

Poochles indicators of the breed

Heat Tolerance


Care From Parent




Things to keep in mind about the breed

Pug needs a two 20-minute walks a day, together with free access to a well-fenced, secure garden.

History about the pug breed

Pugs are happy and affectionate, loyal and charming, playful and mischievous.What requires special attention is the Pug's facial wrinkles. These folds are hotbeds for infection if allowed to become damp or dirty. Pugs were bred to be companions, and that's exactly what they do best.
Pug is a low-maintenance companion, making it ideal for older owners. The Pug’s attentive and soft expression is its distinguishing feature. Its coat, which is fawn and black in color, is short, fine, and smooth. The Pug’s short, smooth, glossy coat needs minimal maintenance, but it does shed. Weekly brushing with a medium-bristle brush, a rubber grooming mitt, or a hound glove will help to remove the loose hair and help keep him looking his best.

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