Pugs are prone to eye problems, the most common are eye ulcers, and because of their short muzzle, they are more at risk of scratching their eyes. Brachycephalic breeds like bulldogs and pugs are known to die in the heat and humidity because they cannot breathe and gasp properly like other dogs. Pugs have been called the clowns of the dog world and were bred for one purpose, to be companion animals for humans. A Pug loves a good meal, a soft lap and a soft pillow.
They adore their owners and often follow them from room to room. While playing with other Pugs, their true loyalty is to their fellow humans. They breathe, snore, sneeze, and make lovely Pug sounds so you always know they're around. Many vets never recommend having a pug.
But why? Below are some reasons why you shouldn't buy a pug.