The friendly Pug has a square-proportioned, compact, and stocky build. It has a unique aura with leather wrinkles on its round head. These wrinkles add cuteness to his cuteness and give him a different expression. They do not grow much, they belong to the class of small dogs. They have a strong gait and an excited mood that reveals their energetic nature. Their feathers are light brown, brown and black and are thin, smooth and short.
Personality & Character Traits
With its round head, large round eyes, wrinkled eyebrows and forehead, the Pug breed is a loyal and affectionate companion. It is loyal to its owner, making an effort to please him. It likes to be loved by its owner. It is stated that he gives happiness to the people around him with his cute eyes. The Pug breed is suitable for living and being cared for in a home environment. They make very good friends with the people around them. He communicates well with all age groups, from young to old. They gain a special place in the family environment with their relations with children.
Pug wants to be liked. If they make eye contact with you and don't get loving glances from you, they will be unhappy. We can say that it is an emotional race that can show its love to its owner and expects the same in return. They need love and attention as much as human beings. They may come to you on your lap while you sit and read a book or watch TV. Instead of sitting in a corner by himself in the house, the Pug can be positioned close to his loved ones as a contact-loving breed. This closeness is never enough to overwhelm the owner or the Pug. However, if there is a suitable environment and conditions, it accompanies its owner instead of hanging out alone.
They can easily survive in temperate climates that are not too hot or too cold. It is seen that they enjoy eating very much. However, since they have a small size, it will be healthier for them to eat with portion control. Each extra meal given to them by their sad gaze does more harm than good to them. Pug, who is prone to gaining weight, should be fed with special food if necessary.
It would not be possible to pass without mentioning a feature of the Pug breed, which likes to lie down and doze. It is a slightly snoring breed. If you want to live with it, you have to be willing to listen to it snoring from time to time. Don't be surprised by the snoring coming out of their small bodies, this is normal as they have difficulty breathing due to their facial structure and heat sensitivity.
Pug is a good-natured, cute, playful and funny dog with a sweet wrinkled face. From time to time, it can also make heady exits against the commands given by its owner. It is also observed that they stubbornly try to fight from afar with larger animals and dogs. However, they usually tend to please their owner, and this stubbornness is short-lived.
For the Pug breed to be a more well-behaved dog, it is important to be trained and socialized at an early age. With these pieces of training, their skills are increased, their potential misbehaviors are noticed and new ways are found to be corrected. Visiting dog parks, communicating with foreign dogs under the control of the owner, spending time and playing games in different people and environments are important for the development of his personality. The walks and activities you will do with your dog during the day can be decisive for its personality and character.
It is known that the Pug breed made friends with many people in different parts of the world, from the Chinese emperors to the Dutch royal family. Pug has always impressed people with his wrinkled skin and somewhat sad and sweet eyes.
The Pug breed has many known names. It is referred to by different names as "Mopshond" in the Netherlands, "Mops" in Germany and "Dutch or Chinese Pug" in England, "Carlin" in France, and "Dogullo" in Spain and "Caganlino" in Italy. There are some rumors about the origin of the name Pug. The first rumor about his name; Pug was likened to a clenched fist as a head structure and was consumed from the Latin word Pugnus, which means fist. Another rumor is that Pug dogs are named so because their facial expressions resemble Marmoset Pug monkeys. Although their names have changed over time and are referred to differently in different places, the Pug breed has managed to preserve the mastiff characteristics inherited from their ancestors. As the only descendant of its ancestors, which disappeared in ancient times, it was an exceptional race.
The Pug is one of the few dog breeds that was miniaturized in the East centuries ago. This event is thought to have occurred as it is the favorite pet of Buddhist monasteries in Tibet. In China, facial wrinkles are considered princely signs, even vertical wrinkles are likened to Chinese prince script. We think this is because they give different importance to the Pug breed, which has cute wrinkles.