The Pug is popular in many countries around the world thanks to their chubby body and their cute saggy face. In particular, Pugs are very easy to raise. Unlike many other dog breeds, they are not picky eaters and do not require much care. However, due to their lazy and voracious nature, Pugs are more susceptible to obesity, which leads to possibilities of lower life expectancy. This article will teach you how to take care of Pugs in the right way.
Exercising and playing
Pugs do not need much exercise. Unlike many other dog breeds, which can be destructible, scratching and scavenging things when kept indoors for too long, Pugs are relatively docile.They may stay in one place waiting for their owner, or just run around inside the house.