A wonderful dog is a pug. He has a cheerful, benevolent disposition, playful and simply adores children. An ideal breed for keeping at home. If you decide to have a pug puppy, you should think about the rules of caring for him in advance.
You have a puppy
A pug puppy in the first days without a mother and brothers will be very lonely and scary in his new home, so your task is to make this period as pleasant as possible for the baby. Give your puppy a separate place where he can feel safe and relaxed. Until your little one gets used to his new home, iron it often and take good care of it. This will make it easier for him to adapt to a new place and overcome stress.
It's a good idea to take a rag or toy from the breeder with the smell of its own "nest" and put it in a new house - this will help the puppy feel more protected. Also, try not to arrange a place for the little pug somewhere far from your bed or the room in which households spend the most time. A pug is a small dog, and a puppy will feel very tiny. Make sure that he does not get lost in your huge apartment and can find his way to his new owners.
Pug puppy food
During the first months of life, it is necessary to monitor the diet of a pug puppy more closely than in adulthood. Be sure to take from the breeder a portion of the food that the baby is used to. The first 3 days it should be fed with it, gradually introducing new, unfamiliar products into the diet. Otherwise, the puppy may have an upset stomach, which, you see, is not very good.
Do not feed your pug too liquid food - due to the specific structure of the muzzle, it will have difficulty eating and will constantly gag. The puppy's food should be fresh and of good quality. Never overfeed your pet. Pugs are a breed prone to obesity and should begin to follow their diet at a very early age.
Watch out for small items
Any thing that lies on the floor or within the reach of the puppy will definitely fall into his mouth. Therefore, make sure that there are no objects on the floor that the pug can chew or swallow: small toys, rubber balls, glass or fragile plastics. Dogs are very fond of chewing on everything and it is good for their teeth, but toys must be very durable! Your best bet is to consult a pet store or ask your veterinarian for advice.
Be prepared for the fact that your phone, favorite shoes or jeans belt may also end up in the teeth of the little explorer. If this happens, you should only blame yourself - after all, it was you who did not remove the valuable items away. As for the puppy, they are just toys for him.