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Signs Your Pug May Have an Allergy | www.thepugdiary.com

Signs Your Pug May Have an Allergy

It is very common for pugs to suffer from allergies. And they very well could have an allergy but you don’t even know they are suffering. And I will admit, that was me. The signs have been there since Ref was a pup but I honestly had no idea that he could be suffering from…
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Importance of Enrichment for Pugs | www.thepugdiary.com

Importance of Enrichment for Pugs

Copy by Brydie Charlesworth Photography by Kristy Beck Imagine being trapped in your home, day in day out with no tv, friends or activities to do and only the occasional stroll outside. Imagine the cabin fever you would get! This is the life that many dogs face every day. Lucky there are ways to keep…
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The Importance of Cleaning Your Pug's Wrinkles | www.thepugdiary.com

The Importance of Cleaning Your Pug’s Wrinkles

This post contains affiliate links. What we see as the adorable squishy face of our pugs is actually a breeding ground for bacteria. Yep, those cute little face folds can get really disgusting. That is of course unless you clean their wrinkles regularly. Cleaning your pug’s wrinkles is so important because moisture, loose hair, dirt…
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DIY My Pet Is Home Alone Card | www.thepugdiary.com

My Pet Is Home Alone Card

There was a story on the news here in Sydney of a dog sitter who suffered a stroke and couldn’t remember where the pets were located that they was looking after. No one else knew where they were or who their owners were. And it made me stop and think about how I could let someone…
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