In this video, Grover the Pug enjoys playing a certain game to get his treats. His parent actually has all the treats on the couch. And Grover is actually big enough to easily jump on the couch to get all those treats. But he enjoys playing this little game. He would get all he can with his tongue and his paw. And for those he can’t reach, he would walk away, then get a running start, and see how far that momentum gets him further to reach those remaining treats.
He is a clown, as described by Dog Time, to be a trait of this breed. They have a great sense of humor, and they thrive on human companionship. This is someone who will follow you around like your shadow, sleep in your bed, and be where you are.
Characteristics of a Pug
Pugs love to eat, and with that face and those eyes, who could resist their pleading? But do restrain yourself because they can become overweight easily. They weigh between 14 and 18 pounds. Ideally. 🙂
How much food they need depends on their age, level of activities, and his metabolism. Every one is an individual, so food intake would vary. An active Pug would need more, and a couch potato would need less. And the higher quality the food is, the less their body needs.
Are Pugs good with children?
Are Pugs good with children? Yes. Pugs love children. Some small breeds might be too delicate to play with children, but not the Pugs. They are sturdy enough, so they are a good choice for families with children. But the children should not expect their dog to play soccer and retrieve balls for them. The Pug is sensitive to heat. So if it’s hot and humid in your area, be sure your Pug doesn’t spend too much time outdoor. They make a good apartment dog because they are quiet and small, and relatively inactive when they are indoor. You can learn more about Pugs here. If you have a funny moment with your Pug that you’d like to share, feel free to do so in the comment area at the bottom of the page.
Article source: Dog Time