Pug Personalities

Pug Personalities
by Jenny Donaldson

The is probably named after the Old English word Pugg, which means a playful little devil or monkey. That name fits the , as they have a winning personality that has aided in its migration around the word. Originally in China, it later traveled to Japan, other places around the globe, and eventually to England. From there, it came to America. The American Kennel Club officially recognized it as a in 1885. The Dog Club of America was started in 1931, and the breed has grown in popularity ever since that time. It is one of the favorite breeds around the world.

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The term Pug has likely been derived from the Old English word of Pugg, which is an affectionate term for a playful little devil or monkey. That name fits this dog, as it is very playful. It is very popular because of its personality, having originated in China, also showing up in Japan and other countries and eventually to England, where it later came to the United States.

The American Kennel Club officially recognized the breed in 1885. The Pug Dog Club of America was founded in 1931, and it has been growing in popularity ever since. He isn’t considered common, but is also isn’t rare. It is a favorite breed around the world.

Particularly during the first few years, Pugs have a tremendous amount of energy. They are often more difficult to train though, as they don’t enjoy the training sessions because they get bored with them. They tend to be very rambunctious, but they are also very playful with a great sense of .

The Pug breed is energetic, particularly in the early years. While they have a lot of energy, they are often a bit more difficult to train, as they don’t have a lot of patience for the repetitive training sessions required to be trained.

Pugs to go for walks, but are somewhat limited as they are very sensitive to extremes of temperature and have some trouble breathing when they exercise. A Pug dog can be a wonderful family pet. It will be loyal and playful, and the attention that children are willing to give a smaller, energetic dog. It is very eager to please, and it will often entertain whoever will give it attention. They to go for walks with their humans.

These things make it a great addition to a family. He will stay a smaller size, and love to go for walks. While they aren’t the greatest at being trained, they do try hard to please and will be fun to have around in so many ways.

If you think you’d like to get a Pug, consider getting one as a , when they are tiny and adorable, with the wrinkles in their face already. There are many breeders that can sell you one with good breeding and that is healthy. Buying a Pug as a ensures that it will be your loyal companion.

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