It is always worth taking the time to have a good look at our dogs – without our rose tinted glasses, to ensure they are FIT not FAT!
If your dogs are looking a little chubby, it’s really important to act NOW as excess weight can have a big impact on their breathing, joints and mobility, amongst other things.
Remember – you are completely responsible for what your dog eats – so be honest, take action and soon you could notice a big difference in your pug’s health!
This chart is issued by the University of Cambridge (2017 Copyright) and shows us how our pugs should look.
Please see further advice from PDWRA’s vet, Helen McKee, at: https://pugwelfare-rescue.org.uk/pdwras-vet-advice-on-pug-weight/
For more information on pug health and how weight can impact so many areas of a pug’s health and welfare, please visit: www.pughealth.org.uk
Here are some more tips regarding healthy pug treats, from Pangpang, the UK’s best known pug on social media: