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How To Move With Your Pug

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How To Move With Your Pug

Moving is a stressful venture for everyone, and this includes your pug dog. A new environment with new sights, smells, and terrain can be overwhelming. You need to be ready for the activities of moving day, the actual traveling, and helping your pug discover his new home. This article will focus on a few tips to help your pug dog adjust during this tumultuous time. Moving Day So you are getting ready to move. Even at this stage, keep your pug in mind. Shelter him as much as possible from moving day activities. There's no need to start the stress of moving day...

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How To Travel With a Pug

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How To Travel With a Pug

Vacation time raises questions for pug owners. Specifically, how do I travel with my pug in the car and still have pleasant driving experience? Some of the keys to making your trip with your pug a big hit are seatbelts, toys, water, frequent potty breaks, and possibly a crate if your pug is crate trained. Should My Dog Wear A Seatbelt? There are canine seat belts to help make your trip easier. They can help to keep your pug from roaming around the car and help to protect him in the case of an accident. They usually include a sort of harness and attach to a regular seatbelt. With...

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Facts about Pugs -

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Facts about Pugs -

Pugs are a toy breed that are believed to have originated in China and was introduced to England near the end of the 17th century by Dutch traders. The pug has a short muzzle and a tightly curled tail. It is a squarely built, muscular dog, with a large head, prominent, dark eyes, and small, drooping ears. At maturity it stands 10 to 11 inches (25.5 to 28 cm) and weighs about 14 to 18 pounds (6 to 8 kg). Its coat is short and glossy; colour is given in the breed standard as black or as silver or apricot fawn with...

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