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It's important to keep your Pug lean! Keeping them healthy and lean can reduce the risks of exacerbating breathing issues. Pugs are also intelligent dogs who loves solving puzzles, use a puzzle feeder or slow feeder bowl to help make their mealtimes more interactive.
The key to keeping your Pug smelling great is to support optimal skin health. Regular grooming help remove excess fur from their thick double coat and bathing every few weeks using a gentle shampoo can keep them clean and smelling good. Pay extra close attention to the skin folds around the nose and face to prevent yeast and bacterial infections.
Boredom and anxiety are often the root cause of behaviour problems in Pugs. Use interactive toys and treats to keep them mentally stimulated and out of mischief.
While Pugs were bred to be companion lap dogs, they love a run in the park just as much as any dog!
Pugs can be prone to luxating patellas and other joint problems as they get older, joint supplements can be used to help support overall joint health ensuring they're able to continue to run around well into their old age!
Give your Pug puppy the best possible start in life with premium quality small breed puppy food designed to support healthy bone and joint growth. Other essentials include puppy training pads, chew toys, crates, beds etc.
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