Although fawn colored Pugs are more popular,
What’s good and bad about the Pug?
- At peace with the world and good with children and other pets
- Requires minimal grooming
- A walk or two around the block is all the exercise he needs
- He’s an indoor dog who needs air conditioning and must avoid hot, stuffy environments
- He sheds a surprising amount
- He may wheeze, snort, snore, grunt and experience breathing problems
- You must protect his eyes from injury
The famous Pug head tilt.