A compact and medium-sized breed, the Pug belongs to the Mastiff and toy dog group. This breed weighs an average between 13-20 pounds and stands between 12-14 inches tall at the withers.


The Pug is a double-coated breed with a short, smooth, and glossy coat. Their coat colors are fawn, silver, apricot, and black.


The Pug is a small breed of dog that enjoys roaming around at all times. These athletic little dogs are considered to be highly energetic and will require daily exercise including romping with their masters, and regular play sessions. It is highly recommended that they be allowed to play in a securely fenced area, or with a balanced play pal, for around 30 minutes a day.


This dog is a true companion dog with a sweet disposition. These pups love people and become attached to be with their masters. They are typically not aggressive and will be excellent companions for the elderly. These intelligent dogs are highly obedient and sociable. They are known to be well-tempered and are very eager to please. They are eager to please, and this will help them when it comes to training.

The Pug is an alert little breed with a well-proportioned build. highly popular in parts of Europe, this breed is a compact sighthound.


It has a light coat that requires occasional professional grooming. They do not have to be clipped often, and should only be clipped by a professional groomer every so often. They would require weekly brushing and monthly bathing. It is highly recommended that they be checked for potential ear problems, and am advised to see a professional groomer or veterinarian to determine that there are no anxieties that are cropping up.

The pug has a short coat that is smooth and pleasant to touch. The color varies from multi-colored, fawn, to black. functional, and show dogs. Both the short-haired and long-haired varieties are used on the stage and circus.


Pug puppies should be handled in a firm and gentle manner. A little collar, a harness, and a few treats can be enough to motivate them to focus on learning. Training should be started early on and should be maintained through their adult life. Puppies could learn new tricks while being checked for potential problems.


These compact creatures are very good-natured and amenable. The Pug is a great companion dog and will make a fine family pet. They are intelligent, playful, and make an excellent watchdogs. These dogs are eager to please, yet have a stubborn side that would require extra patience during training.


They originated in China and Tibet. Some sources also believe that the pug originated in Japan in the 17th century. Pug is also one of the oldest breeds in Europe.


All this breed’s name attests to its multi-faceted characteristics. It is a wrinkled, curled, and flexible body, with a fat, broad skull, deep-set eyes, curled tail, and a medium-sized muscular built. Their legs are straight, and dewclaws exist on some hairs.

Physica lips encourage a closer encounter with nature. Pug is a fat, sturdy short-balanced breed that is energetic, even-tempered, and affectionate.

The American Kennel Club recognizes four sizes of pugs, as follows:

  • Toy: 12 inches at the withers, 10 pounds.
  • Small: 14 inches at the withers, 20 pounds.
  • Medium: 16 inches at the withers, 24 pounds.
  • Large: 18 inches at the withers, 28 pounds.