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- The Pug was the mascot of the House of Orange in Holland. A Pug saved the life of the Prince of Orange in the 1500s during a revolt against the Spaniards. William’s pug, Pompey, barked to warn the prince of an attack on his camp by Spanish troops. After that, the dog breed became the official dog breed of the House of Orange in Holland.
- If pugs, like all dogs, are socialized, they are amazing family dogs.
- A group of pugs is called a grumble.
Questions we used in our animal quiz.
Pugs are considered heavy shedders. They shed their coat, called blowing their coat, twice a year.
Pugs can eat both meat and vegetables.
Pugs can sleep on average fourteen hours a day.
Pugs are funny and friendly dogs unless, like many breeds, they are not properly socialized.
Pugs would rank on the lower end of trainable dogs.
Pugs display some street smarts with an ability to adapt to and learn from situations.
Pugs are very social and they get along well with other dogs, children, etc.
Pugs, like most dogs, are not picky if you give them a variety of choices to eat.
Pugs are generally quiet dogs. They do make a little cute snorting sound, like other flat-faced breeds.