Interesting Facts About Pugs Featuring Jenny the Pug
A pug dog stands out from all the rest of the dog breeds. From their bug eyes, button nose and little wrinkles that make them irresistible. I have some interesting facts about Pugs you might want to know!
If you have this breed or just love Pugs in general, then you’ll love learning fun facts about pugs today. Continue reading to learn some new facts about pugs as well as learn more about Jenny the pug and how she helps with autism in my house.
Must Know Facts about Pugs
Pugs are prone to catching colds because of their small noses.
Pugs are classified as a toy breed. In the toy breed, they are considered the largest breed.
Pugs were bred to sit on the laps of the emperors of China initially.
The Chinese also believed you could read their wrinkles for fortune and love.
Because of their smushed snout, they will snort and can be prone to heavily snoring. Grab the earplugs!
A group of pugs is called a Grumble!
They shed heavily to much surprise! Also, they are not meant to be outside in the cold too long. They have a hard time keeping themselves warm.
During the 17th century, you could find pugs on the battlefield. Pugs were used as guard dogs as well as a tracker. Remember the cartoon Pocahontas- he has a pug!
Pugs are a very popular breed, even with celebrities. Kid Rock, Jessica Alba, Queen Elizabeth and many more.
The Chinese name for a pug is Lo-Dog.
The German name for a pug is Mops.
Pugs have a loving and people pleasing personality. They also love showing off and soaking up attention.
You can find beauty marks on your Pugs cheeks possibly!
They are not excellent swimmers do to their small legs. If they were to fall into a pool, they could drown before they got out.
A pug makes a beautiful and loyal dog for the family to enjoy! They are great with little kids.
Jenny the Pug Helps with Autism?
I will never forget the day that I realized Jenny the Pug was very aware of my middle kiddo’s need to calm before bed. We had tried so many different routines. At one point I started laying near him and just letting my calming aura or energy transition to my middle kiddo to see if that would help calm him. I believe in our ability to calm others through energy. It seemed to work a few times, but as with most issues my son with autism has for sensory stuff, solutions only work for so long. Each time I have to try a new solution for something, it can get challenging.
I was so thankful to find out that Jenny the Pug actually started to sleep with my middle kiddo. She knew he needed her presence. One night I put her on his bed next to him and before I knew it, she would sleep next to my middle kiddo each night. An interesting fact that I found out about Jenny is that she will stay next to my middle kiddo on his bed until he’s fast asleep. Only then does she jump down and leave his bed. I am amazed at how helpful this 11-year-old pug has been to my trio. She really is our little furry child.
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