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Mealtime and Interactive Feeders for Pugs

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.

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    Pug Grooming & Odour Control

    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.

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      Mental Stimulation & Anxiety Management

      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.

        Tips for Pug Owners

        • Pugs are laid-back lap dogs that love people. They can be stubborn but still eager to please their humans, they benefit greatly from early socialisation and training!
        • Due to their squashed faced nature, they are prone to the effects of hot weather and are more at risk at developing heat stroke. Ensure they are properly cooled and have access to cool fresh water on warm days!
        • Pugs have a dense thick double coat and shed a lot! They will benefit greatly from regular grooming sessions.
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        Pug Collars, Leads & Harnesses and more

        While Pugs were bred to be companion lap dogs, they love a run in the park just as much as any dog!

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          Pug Joint Supplements & Mobility Aids

          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!

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            Pug Puppy Essentials

            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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                Summer Dangers for Pets

                While summer is undoubtedly a time for fun and celebration, all pet owners need to be prepared for the potential dangers...Read more

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                Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome

                Brachycephalic means 'short nosed' and describes breeds such as Pugs, Pekingese, Boston Terriers, Bulldogs, Boxers as well as other dogs with flat...Read more

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                Separation Anxiety in Dogs

                A serious condition and more common than you would think, separation anxiety affects pet dogs of all breeds and sizes. One out of every six dogs...Read more

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                Yeast Infections in Dogs

                There's nothing more frustrating for the concerned pet parent than seeing their beloved dog tearing themselves apart trying to scratch...Read more

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                Dental Care for Dogs

                Being welcomed home at the end of the day with enthusiastic slobbery kisses is one of the great joys of pet parenting, but smelly dog breath...Read more

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                Pug Breed Guide

                Multum in parvo' or 'a lot in a little' is often used to describe the Pug Dog's exuberantly loving nature. These little guys can be both the life of the party...Read more