Essay PreviewMore ↓
The pug is thought to have come from Asia. (Life Expectancy 12-15 years.) They are one of the oldest breeds known to man and are believed to they made their way all the way around the world. Not only did they make their way around the world, but they became the royal dog of the “House of Orange” in Holland. “http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/pug.htm”. One of the pug’s talents was to be a guard dog. Even though the pug is small it doesn’t really bark or “yap” so if a pug is “yapping” there is a good chance that something is happening. “http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/pug.htm”.
Pugs can indeed catch colds easily and get stressed by not only hot but cold weather too. They are prone to allergies and their small snout contributes to chronic breathing problems and also makes pugs wheeze and snort. Now there eyes are a biggie, they need to be cleaned regularly and pugs are prone to weeping and getting cherry eye (Cherry eye is when the tear gland in the corner of the dogs eye sticks out abnormally) “http://veterinaryvision.com/resources/learn-about-eye-diseases/cherry-eye/”. You can't overfeed pugs either because they don't know when to stop they will keep eating and eating and become obese or “fat” and live shorter lives. “http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/pug.htm”. Pugs need to be exercised daily, and if you are walking with the pug and it starts to wheeze then you need to pick up your pug and walk home trying to avoid direct sunlight. And if you are walking the pug in the summer its best to avoid sunlight and walk in the shade as best as possible. Pugs need to learn to walk behind you as you walk because if they walk in front they will start to think that they are the leader of “the pack” and you can't let them think that because you must be the leader.
How to Cite this Page
"Toy Breed Dogs: Pugs." 123HelpMe.com. 20 Jul 2018
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- For millions of years dogs have remained a constant companion of man. Bred from the aggressive and formidable Gray Wolf tens of thousands of years ago the domestic dog now lives in many homes across the world. Where in the far distant past the domestic dog was bred as a guard animal, a beast of burden, and even a food source the dogs of today are bred for a far more endearing purpose-companionship and love. Finding a pet dog that is more of a joy than a chore is necessary when asking: How much is that puppy in the window.... [tags: Animal Research ]
1399 words (4 pages)
- Introduction and Background As more people bring dogs into their homes, the rate of dog attacks continue to increase. In an attempt to reduce violent dog attacks on citizens, many U.S. States are turning to a tactic known as Breed Specific Legislation. Breed-specific legislation (also known as BSL), also referred to as breed-discriminatory legislation (also known as BDL), is a law or ordinance that prohibits or restricts the ownership of specific breeds of dogs, and/or dogs presumed to be mixes of one or more of those breeds (Breed-specific legislation (BSL) FAQ, n.d.).... [tags: dogs, violent dogs, attacks]
1588 words (4.5 pages)
- Niko is a boxer mix from Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas City had a ban against owning a dog of the “pit bull” breed. Niko was taken from his home in 2007 by animal control, and wrongfully accused for the way he looked. He was held in a kennel at the pound during the entire eight month period it took for his owners to get him back. After multiple court hearings, Niko was finally released and sent home with his family (Campbell). Niko’s story is a great reference to the many controversial thoughts people have against the laws regarding breed bans for pit bulls.... [tags: Breed-Specific Laws]
1058 words (3 pages)
- Dogs are very common in the world we know today. Many households have one or more. Dogs are trained to be pets. Not only trained to be pets, dogs are also trained for work. Dogs are getting used more and more in our work environment. House dogs can also be considered a working dog depending on why the dog is there. There are many jobs for dogs. Dogs make a big impact on our working and social lives. There are many different types of work dogs. Some types of work dogs also have different jobs for which they are trained for.... [tags: Training Work Dogs]
2808 words (8 pages)
- Breed-specific legislation is a broad term that includes laws that ban or restrict the type of dog a person can own. Bree- specific legislation, or BSL for short, is often described as something that protects people or makes the world a safer place. In reality, there are many issues with this type of legislation. The whole premise of BSL is based off of misconceptions, it punishes innocent people and animals, and it does not ultimately lower the amount of people bitten each year where it is implemented.... [tags: Dogs, Dog Owners, Legislation]
1107 words (3.2 pages)
- Graham Vest stated, “the one absolutely unselfish friend a man may have in this selfish world….is the dog” at a Missouri trial in 1870, over 500 years after the first instalment of dogs in civil services (Orbaan, 15). Unlike man, canines possess a courageous attribute that does not fail even in the moment of an emergency and will not back down to daily challenges that may arise on the job each day. Law enforcement agencies around the world, both big and small, employ canines to assist officers in the field.... [tags: Dogs, Civil Protection, Patrolling]
1674 words (4.8 pages)
- Breed-specific Legislation Breed-specific legislation is the banning or restriction of dogs considered “dangerous” breeds, such as pit bull breeds, in order to stop dog attacks. “Inherently dangerous” implies that all pit bulls are, through genetics or their environment, born with a vicious streak; the science does not support this. Legislation targeting specific breeds does not work because dog attacks result from multiple factors, not just a simple breakdown of breed culpability. Studies conducted by the Centers for Disease Control, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the National Canine Research Council, as well as independent researchers, all agree that BSL is not producti... [tags: dangerous dogs, pitbulls]
1925 words (5.5 pages)
- Imagine buying a new home and moving to a new state with two beloved pets. Now imagine that the two beloved pets are a six year old Pit bull and a three year old Rottweiler. Upon the completion of the move, it is necessary to take both of the dogs for a well-deserved walk in their new neighborhood. From out of nowhere comes a police officer who kindly states that the dogs are prohibited in the state and will need to be taken to the local animal control office to be euthanized. Upon asking the officer why the dogs are prohibited, he simply says because they are bred to be aggressive.... [tags: restriction of dogs, rottweiler]
1220 words (3.5 pages)
- The results of the study scaled the dogs on five dimensions of behavior temperament: playfulness, curiosity/fearfulness, chase-proneness, sociability, and aggressiveness (De Palma et al., 2005). Dogs living in rescue shelters were assessed as demonstrating a low degree of playfulness, showing distraction by the environment when being enticed to play. The sheltered dogs also scored low on curiosity but, high on fearful behavior. The cortisol levels for the sheltered dogs were significantly higher than the cortisol levels of canines living in households, indicative of stress and anxiety associated with shelter lifestyle.... [tags: Shelter Dogs]
1148 words (3.3 pages)
- As the saying goes, a dog is a man’s best friend. The dog is a loving companion to a man. He is happy to go everywhere with his master. He shows his affection for his master by wagging his tail and licking his hand or face. This timeless relationship continues to evolve into new kinds of human-dog interactions that increasingly benefit society. This has led to the belief that dogs can provide company, affection and support to people who are going through a difficult time or who feel lonely. Dogs have aided humans in tasks such as hunting, livestock herding, and guarding.... [tags: seizure dogs, dogs, service dogs]
1017 words (2.9 pages)
Next, the pugs are a happy breed. They have that “Happy-Go-Lucky” attitude. They are also very loyal to their family. They are playful and can get a little out of control, but they are also very good with people and especially young children. This breed of dog is also very intelligent, and is also very sensitive to the tone in your voice. Because of this they don't need harsh yelling or punishment they just need to be told “No” and then get redirected. They pugs are a breed that need an owner that is confident and also consistent with the rules. If they don't have owners that are consistent with the rules they will start to display guarding behaviors (like guarding furniture, toys or areas of the house). If pugs see the opportunity they will try to “take over” or in a way try to show that they in charge.
In conclusion, it may be true that pugs are a big responsibility and a hassle with their health problems, and exercise routines. But there origin is very interesting as well. And finally they are just one of the best companions that anyone could ask for. “http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/pug.htm”.