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The Pug is also known as “Carlin”, “Mops” (Marie Antoinette's name for Pug) or “Chinese Pug”. Its English name "Pug" derives either from the Latin for "fist" (referring to the resemblance of the Pug's face to a closed fist) or from the Old English "Pugg" for "playful little monkey" (deriving from "Puck", as in "A middle of summer The dream of the night"). Unlike other toy breeds, the Pug descends from mastiffs. It was originally bred as an emperor's pet in China during the Shang Dynasty (1766-1122 BC) and has become a popular pet for Tibetan monks. The Pugs were brought to Holland by the Dutch East India Trading Company, where one of them saved the life of a prince by barking at an assassin, and a Pug then accompanied King William III to England on her journey to claim the throne. Josephine, the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, had a Pug named Fortune, which she used to convey messages to Napoleon in prison in 1794, and by the late 1800s Queen Victoria had many favorite Pugs she was raising. personally. In addition to their extreme popularity as pets, Pugs served as fashionable guard dogs, hunting dogs, and footmen. In short, the Pugs did just about everything except the Gettysburg speech. They were recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1885. Famous Pugs include “Frank” from “Men in Black” and “Odie the Talking Dog” by David Letterman, who won America's “Top TV Moment of 2004” Online.
The Pug has a shoulder height of 35 cm (14 in) and weighs approximately 7 kg (15 lbs). It has a large spherical head with large eyes, small "pink" (folded towards the muzzle) or "button" (ninety degree bent) ears, a slight underbite, a deeply wrinkled forehead, and a distinctly short square muzzle. Pugs have a compact, muscular body with an arched neck, deep chest, and a tightly curled tail over their back.
The Pug has a shiny, short-haired coat that can be apricot, black, fawn, or silver. All of them have a black mask. The Pug sheds moderately, but sheds it all year round. Fawn Pugs have a double coat and shed a lot of hair. Special shampoos or regular grooming can be used to control the loss.
Pugs are easy going, straightforward, outgoing, intelligent, and calm. The Latin phrase "multum in parvo" is often used to describe the enormous personality of the Pug contained in a small body.
The Pug gets along well with children, other dogs and all pets. He has a high socialization requirement and can become jealous if ignored by his owner. Pugs are lovable dogs who like to stay close to their owner's side. Most Pugs breathe hard or snore.
The Pug should have loose hairs removed periodically with a rubber brush. A special lotion should be applied to the folds of the face. The Pug's face shape makes it vulnerable to eye injuries and corneal scratches, as well as difficulty breathing. Pugs are also susceptible to obesity, which makes exercise and a healthy diet important. The Pug has a hard time dissipating heat and should never be left outside in hot weather or locked in a car without air conditioning. The Pug is also prone to the breed specific encephalitis known as (PDE). The Pug can “reverse sneeze,” which is a gasping and snorting fit to remove fluid caught under the palate. It is not dangerous, but can scare the Pug and its owner; it should be handled by speaking calmly and gently rubbing the throat. The Pug has a lifespan of 12 to 15 years.
It is necessary to be gentle when training the Pug, because it is very sensitive to the tone of the voice of the master. Pugs are stubborn at times but do well with obedience training.
Pugs love to let off steam and play outside, as long as the weather is nice. Always make sure they have a cool place to spend the day if it's hot outside. The Carlin is well suited to apartment living.
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