“We just received our copy of The Complete Guide to Pugs and are so impressed! Fantastic job and thank you again.” – Brianna Bramato, Pug Owner and Contributor
Pugs have been an incredibly popular dog for literally thousands of years. They were a favorite dog of Chinese emperors and British royalty. With their cute compact bodies and distinctive, smooshed faces, it is one breed that you always recognize when you see it.
When properly socialized, they are a fantastic companion that will help keep you entertained. Their long history as members of people’s homes has made them adorable little family members. Whether you are feeling playful, lazy, or sad, they are there to play, relax, or support you.
In The Complete Guide to Pugs you will learn everything you need to know from start to end; how to choose a puppy, training, traveling, grooming, health care and senior care. You will also learn all about the background of the breed, its history, breed pre-disposed diseases, and special traits. All the information is specific to Pugs and in easy-reading comprehensive detail. Find answers to questions like:
- Is a Pug the right dog for me?
- I brought my Pug home. What now?
- How can I best train my Pug?
- What are some common mistakes should I avoid?
This book is designed to help guide you through life with a Pug from puppy to old age and everything in between. Chapters include all the basics such as:
- Mischievous Charmers – the Defining Characteristics of a Pug
- Breed History and Characteristics
- The Ideal Home
- Finding Your Pug
- Preparing for Your Puppy
- The First Week with your Pug
- The First Month
- Housetraining Pugs
- Socialization and Experience
- Being a Puppy Parent
- Living with other dogs
- Training You Pug Puppy
- Basic Commands
- Pug Nutrition
- Grooming – Productive Bonding
- Basic Pug Health Care
- Health Concerns
- Your Aging Pug
Pug puppies are amazing, but do take a bit of work. Adult pugs can be a lot of fun. All of them should be allowed to go out and socialize.
If you want a dog that really knows how to have fun and be lazy, the Pug is a nearly perfect dog. Whatever your family size, they will quickly establish their role as the family entertainer, keeping you and your family laughing.