The Pug Breed Council Health Sub-committee have a website dedicated to trusted pug health information.

They aim to provide and share information to help all Pug owners and breeders make educated decisions to ensure that their Pugs lead a long, healthy and happy life. They are promoting health testing and ethical breeding and are totally committed to conserving the Pug Breed that we all know and love.

Visit their website for more information about pug health and their 5 star health scheme:

Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS): Click here to read Dick White Referrals’ useful leaflet about short-nosed breeds, whose anatomy can lead to secondary problems.

Please also follow The Cambridge BOAS Research Group, consisting of clinical researchers, surgeons/nurses, and geneticists, investigating respiratory disorders in brachycephalic dogs. Their research aims to improve the breed health and latest treatment options: (1) Cambridge BOAS Research Group | Facebook

Hot weather advice to keep our pugs safe and comfortable during the summer months: