Vodafone dog “pug”

Vodafone dog

 

The Vodafone dog breed name is “Pug” which have deep wrinkles around big, dark eyes and a flat round face with wrinkle and short-muzzled and two and a half curled tail.

With a fine, glossy coat that comes in a variety of colours, like fawn, silver fawn, apricot, and black.

Vodafone dog Pugs have large expressive eyes, wrinkled forehead, innocent expression, and strange sounds bring out parental feelings and that makes you smile. A  Vodafone dog Pug is very childlike and always needs to be with you.

Vodafone dog

 

Group: Mastiff, toy breed

Breed: toy breed

Original name: Pug

Another name: Vodafone dog, Hutch dog, Chinese dog

Height: 10 inches to 1 foot, 2 inches tall at the shoulder

Weight: 14 pounds to 18 pounds

Life Span: 11 to 14 years

Average litter size: 4

Standard colour: fawn, black, apricot

Coat: short and dense

Good with kids & other pets: yes

Shedding: massive shedding

Temperament: calm, stubborn, playful,

Grooming: need daily brush the coat, nail trimming, gum care, eyes & under-nose cleaning

 

Temperament

Vodafone dog Pugs love to get attention, but they carry themselves with dignity. Pugs are very playful dogs and love be close to their owner and master. Pugs love to be the centre of attention, they always follow their master without any reason and feel heartsick if ignored. The moles on a Pug’s cheeks are called beauty spots. His muzzle or under-nose mask is black, with a clearly defined thumb mark on the forehead and a black trace down the centre of the back.

Vodafone dog Pug ears are smooth, dark and velvety. They have a fixed undershot jaw (the lower teeth extend slightly beyond the upper teeth) and a tightly curled tail.

Personality-wise, Vodafone dog Pugs are happy and affectionate, charming, loyal. They are very intelligent and stubborn. Pugs can’t tolerate high heat and humidity because of a short muzzle. When your Pug is outdoors, watch them carefully for signs of overheating. Pugs are house dogs and should not be kept in outdoors. Pugs wheeze, snort, and snore, loudly. Pugs are greedy eaters and will overeat if given a chance, and gain the weight quickly.

Vodafone pug coat is short and smooth, but don’t be deceived. Pugs shed a lot throughout the year, especially when weather change. Regular brushing and bathing help to keep the coat in good condition and shedding to a minimum. Pug needs a Regular nail trimming because house dogs don’t usually wear down their nails outdoors like working breeds do.  It’s better to clean the Vodafone dog Pug’s ears every few weeks, as well as the under-nose, these folds are hotbeds for infection if allowed to become damp or dirty. The wrinkles must be dried thoroughly after bathing and wiped out in-between the bath. For this some people use a dry cotton ball, or use commercial baby wipes to wipe out the folds.

Exercise

Vodafone dog “Pugs” are short, straight legs, need to take on daily walks for 20 to 30 minutes, While walking or jogging or running out on the road the dog must be made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead or leash, as instinct tells a dog the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the owner. They love to play high energetic games and will keep in better health if given regular exercise.

 

 

Is the Vodafone dog “Pug” the Right Breed choice for you?

  • Low Maintenance:occasionally grooming is required to maintain upkeep, No need of trimming or stripping needed.
  • Constant Shedding: Daily routine brushing needed otherwise be mentally prepare for dog hair in your living room couch and all over the home.
  • Difficult to Trained:The Vodafone dog “Pug” are stubborn, isn’t deal for a first time dog owner. Patience and perseverance are required to adequately train it.
  • Great Watchdog Ability:This dog will bark and alert its master when an intruder is present. Vodafone dog “pug” is not considered to be a very protective breed it’s a toy breed with the ability to alert its master.
  • Adaptability: as pug has small in size it is well-suited for apartment. This breed is tough in the cold weather but has a hard time handling the summer.
  • Active: some pug are highly active while other are lazy, not much exercise is required to keep this dog in shape.
  • Good for New Owners: yes, well suited for the new owner but only for dominating owner.
  • Good with Kids: pug’s like to take attention of their family and love to play all the time, if there is kids they enjoy the company of the, and love to play all the day.

 

  • Pug sounds. Because of their short face and small nose, most Pugs snort, snuffle, wheeze, grunt, and snore loudly. The sounds are captivating to some people; annoying to others.

 

 

  • Slobbering. Some Pugs, especially those with loose jowls, slobber water when they drink. Some drool, too, especially after eating and drinking.

 

  • Gassiness (flatulence). All short-faced breeds gulp air when they feed or drink, and that air has to go somewhere.

 

 

  • Health problems. Because of over breeding, poor breeding practices, and their short face, Pugs suffer more than their share of health problems, especially eye diseases, joint disorders, skin conditions, and seizures.

 

  • Stubbornness.  Vodafone dog “Pugs” are not Retrievers dog. Pugs are at least mildly stubborn and can be wily. You must show them, through absolute consistency that you mean what you say. (Food is a great motivator with Pugs, but if you give too much and don’t provide commensurate exercise, you’ll end up with a fat, unhealthy Pug.)

 

 

  • House breaking. Expect four to six months of consistent crate training

 

 

Highlights

  • Pugs can be stubborn and difficult to housebreak.
  •  Pugs can’t tolerate high heat and humidity.
  • Despite pugs have short coats,  shed a lot.
  • Pugs wheeze, snort and snore very loudly.
  • Because Vodafone dog  eyes are so prominent, they are prone to eye injuries.

Vodafone dog Pugs are greedy eaters and will overeat if given the chance. Since they gain weight very fast, they can quickly become obese if food intake isn’t monitored carefully.

 

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