Pug owners love to spoil their dogs for all of the joy, humor and love that these little guys bring into a household. These simple dogs do not ask for much at all, but are spoiled by lots of attention, living indoors with air conditioning, and by being treated as a puppy for a long time. This article will take a look at the necessity of spoiling your pug dog.
Look At Me
Pugs are natural clowns so paying attention to these little performers is an easy task. With their cute pushed in faces, lively personalities, and affectionate natures, it's hard not to. This is a very good thing because they require a great deal of attention. Owners of pug dogs can do nothing better to spoil these dogs than to give them large amounts of attention, and the pug will gladly give unconditional love in return. In general, they get along very well with children and other pets so that they can also get the attention they crave by interacting with these family members.
Why Does My Pug Need An Air Conditioner?
Some people see having an indoor dog as spoiling him, but sometimes it is just necessary. Pugs cannot handle high temperatures. Left in the sun or even outside in higher temperatures pug dogs can become ill or even die. Even a warm day can do this type of damage so it is imperative that pugs are either inside or closely monitored while you are outside together. Here's where the spoiling part really comes in. Your pug needs air conditioning. That's right. The same temperatures that can do so much harm outside tend to find their way inside during warmer months. This means that even if you are at work, you need to have your air conditioner going if your pug is spending his day at home. The temperatures indoors can easily climb on a warm day, and these little guys are so susceptible to the heat that air conditioning is a must.
When Is My Pug No Longer A Puppy?
Pugs are special. They can remain puppies and exhibit behavior in keeping with puppies up until they are two or three years old. Because of this, they require extra patience and love from their owners. They may not grow out of their childlike behaviors for a long time, and you have to be prepared to treat him as such until he matures.
Spoiling a pug can be a great joy in life. Many hardly consider it such because of all the joy and love pug dogs bring to their lives. Pug owners can take extra care of pugs by lavishing them with attention, letting them live indoors with the air conditioning, and not only tolerating but supporting the pug in its behaving as a puppy for the first few years of its life. Many would say it's more than worth it.