Pug Facts

The Pug is the perfect blend of small dog charms and wistfulness and big dog characteristics and courage.  The Pug is the best choice for you if you want a "personality" dog.  If you don't have a big yard or if you live in an apartment, the Pug is the most suitable dog for you, as his size is small and he can make the most of a small area.  He does not have doggy odors.  His coat is short and he does not shed that much.  He does not drool, unlike many short-faced dogs, and he is very clean.    


The Pug has a long and very interesting history.  You will fall in love with the pug easily, as the personality of the pug is very charming.  The personality of the Pug is often rambunctious, perky, loving, affectionate, playful and loyal. Most Pugs have a completely happy and relaxed disposition. The Pug is very clever, a little mischievous but with a heart of gold. 


Even if you have lots of groud and still want to have a small dog, then the Pug is also the best choice for you, as he is strudy and swift.  He loves to run, and you will find him curl up on a sofa, as he loves that too.  He can and will be whatever you want him to be.  


The Pug requires a minimum of grooming.  He has soft lustrous coat, you should brush it a few minutes a day or even every other day. 


Certainly, if you want an intelligent dog, the Pug is it.  When you talk to a Pug, he will look squarely into your eyes with his own huge, dark, flashing ones, cocking his wrinkled head to one side, and you feel like he is listening an understanding you.  He is the picture of alertness, intelligence, and dignity as he stands squarely, facing you proudly, head up, tail curled over his back, and eyes focused on you, and only you.pug


Pugs are very cute and wrinkly, which makes them especially appealing to young children. If you purchase a Pug, it is recommended to start out with a puppy. By this, you are able to train him to the routines in your household.  A Pug is a beloved and cherished companion. This is a little dog that has a big, warm heart.  However, you need to understand that the Pug requires a lot of one-on-one attention.  He may become jealous if you ignore him or has not played with him.  He really needs your care and attention.


A Pug usually weighs between fourteen and eighteen pounds. The Pug usually only reaches a maximum height of eleven inches. A Pug is a great indoor, loyal companion. Pugs are also very good with children and other pets.




Pug Facts

12 to 14 years

4 to 8; 5 is average



 silver, apricot-fawn, or black. The trace and the mask should be a drastic black contrast from the silver and apricot-fawn colors. 



 Heavy Shed

 12 - 14 inches

 14 to 18 lbs

 10 - 12 inches

 14 to 18 lbs