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As cute as Pugs are, they are susceptible to a brain disorder with unknown causes called encephalitis. This neurological disease is only found in Pugs and can be fatal. Find out the warning signs for encephalitis here.
Pug encephalitis is a fatal neurological disease found only in the Pug dog breed. Although this disease is deadly, supportive treatments are available. Learn what these options are here.
Pugs are gregarious, friendly little dogs. They enjoy following their owners around and are constantly curious about what's going on around them. Learn more about this breed here.
Pugs should ideally weigh between 14 and 18 pounds, with males slightly larger and heavier than females. If your pug is obese, it is important for them to lose their excess weight.
Skin problems can develop in the wrinkles on your Pug's face if you don't clean them properly. Learn how to take care of your Pug's skin here.
Has your pet's behavior been a bit strange lately? Perhaps they have been experiencing a severe lack of coordination? They may have a form of ataxia, a sensory dysfunction that can affect both dogs and cats. Learn the other signs and symptoms and what this means for your beloved pet.
The Pug is a toy breed popular for a great big personality. Learn about this breed's specific health needs here.
Pugs are little dogs with great big personalities. It's important to know that they have special training needs. Learn more here.
If you're looking for a spunky, upbeat dog that doubles as a great companion, the Chihuahua is the ideal dog for you. Learn more about this breed and their specific health concerns.
The Boston Terrier is incredibly intelligent and highly trainable. Learn how to make the most of your little learner here.
Pomeranians make wonderful companion dogs, but if you're thinking of getting a Pomeranian there are a few considerations to keep in mind.
Some dogs are just about as small as can be! These miniature dog breeds will bring heaps of love into your home.
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