Dog Behaviour

The oldest domesticated animal species, with estimates ranging from 9,000–30,000 years BCE, the behavior of dogs has inevitably have been shaped by millennia of contact with humans. As a result of this physical and social evolution, dogs, more than any other species, have acquired the ability to understand and communicate with humans and they are uniquely attuned to our behaviors.[2] Behavioral scientists have uncovered a surprising set of social-cognitive abilities in the domestic dog. These abilities are not expressed by the dog’s closest canine relatives nor by other mammals such as great apes. Rather, these skills parallel some of the social-cognitive skills of human children.




  • Temperament: Charming, Mischievous, Loving.
  • Height: 10-13 inches.
  • Weight:5 – 10 Kg.
  • Life Expectancy: 13-15 years.
  • Group: Toy Group.


Pug feeding chart

AGE Feedings/day Dry Food (cup/meal) Wet canned food/day
Small puppy (2-3 months) 5 1/5 85 gms.
Puppy (3-6 months) 4 to 3 1/4 to 1/3 113 gms.
Teen Pug (6-12 months) 2 3/4 255 gms.
Adult pug (1-8 years) 2 1/2 170-200 gms
Senior pug (8+ years) 2 1/3 113 gms


Pug Puppy (0-3 months)

If puppy adopted before 45 days milk replacer/cerelac baby dog milk . after 45 days starter dry food up to 3 months of age. If starter is hard to chew warm water can be added (blend grinder and make a mixture ) to  feed by feeding bottle. This can be given up to the Puppy shows sign off full stomach do not force it.

Pug Puppy (4-12 months)

This is ideal growing phase. (Puppy gains maximum mass, length & height) junior dry dog food should be given 175 gm/day food can be given divided doses along with the fresh water. Puppy growth (weight/length)   should be observed monthly.

Pug Adult (12+ months)

Adult pug healthy food required to maintain healthy immunity system prolonged life but in other  hand food more then 170-200 gm ( Divide in 2 meals) may results in to the obesity. Food quantity closely dependent on to the body weight, A pug can also start eating leftover food of other dogs which should be avoided.

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