(Closed) Pug Owners?

posted 8 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
38 posts
  • Wedding: June 2012

I have 2 pugs, both black one is almost 2 the other is 6. Pugs are great they adapt to your life. My dogs sleep in everyday! I have to drag them out of the house in the morning if they arent ready to get up they tell you! But if you want to take them for a walk or out to the park they would love that too. The little one has much more energy then the older one. Yet the older one still loves to play and run around the house. They dont bark all that much either. The only really bark when someone knocks at the door.

Post # 4
1709 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World

Here is my pom-a-pug and cat…he does get exciteable and loves going for walks, but sleeps A LOT.  He also barks a lot if he hears something outside but I think that’s the pomeranian in him.  He’s been around Kitty for about 9 months now and they tolerate each other well…with the except of the daily chase around the house, lol.  They have never hurt each other though.


Post # 5
2870 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Do eeet! 

We have a pug who lived with 3 cats (we are down to one cat now). Our pug is very quiet.  I’ve never met a pug that wasn’t sweet and nice and friendly towards other animals or people (including children)

If you want a goofball couch potato cuddle bug then pugs are for you. In my opinion they are the perfect size too, they are compact but sturdy. Our pug is a total lap dog without feeling like you could break it. 

I wouldn’t feel right if I didnt mention the sheadiing though.  They shed, A LOT. Expect to have everything you own covered in pug hair at some point..  Its annoying, but so worth it.  


Post # 6
1460 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I have 2 puggles (pug + beagles).  Be prepared…lots of pugs have skin issues and food allergies.  One of my puggles has fairly severe allergies.  They’re the most loving dogs though. 

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