Promoting Pug Health


Dog health

Pug health is just as important as any other dog health. Of course, each pet that you own many need to be taken care of differently. Nevertheless, there are dog health problems, and in particular pug health problems, that you should be aware of if you plan on owning a pug as a pet.

Typically, pugs will tend to have eye issues that you’ll need to be on the lookout for. It’s also important to know and understand that pugs are also deformed orthopedically. For this reason, they’re predisposed to having both bone and joint problems.

Whenever it comes to your pug’s eyes you should be on the lookout for corneal ulcers, particularly when your pug’s eye gets scratched; dry eyes, while common can be serious; dark globs of pigment forming on the white of your dog’s eye is known as pigmentary keratitis; eyelash abnormalities; cataracts; and eyes popping out of their sockets, which is why pugs with one eyes are quite common. While this may sound like a lot of pug health issues, that’s not everything. You also need to be on the lookout for hip and elbow dysplasia, both of which are quite common in pugs.

While some pug health problems are genetic, others are environmental. For this reason, you’ll want to make sure that you get a healthy puppy. You’ll then want to take the time and care to ensure that it’s raised properly. Doing these things is going to take a lot of time and effort on your part but will ultimately be worth it because it will save you a lot of money whenever it comes to vet bills. If you don’t feel as though you can be careful or if you don’t think that you have enough time to do what’s required for a pug, then maybe another dog would be a better choice for you.

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