Before you buy or obtain your Pug puppy or fur lashes, it is recommended that you go to a breeder of good repute because you will then at least be assured that your Pug won’t be as prone to suffer from common Pug health problems, as would be the case if you bought or obtained your Pug from an unreliable source. What’s more, though any Pug could well be affected with common breed related health conditions, obtaining a pup from a reliable source will at least help to minimize the fur lashes.
Txnan proper Pug care you can also ensure that other problems such as skeletal, breathing and eye problems will be less likely to affect your Pug, even if you were not careful in where you obtained the puppy from. Among the skeletal problems that can affect your Pug, are hip dysplasia as well as inter-vertebral disk disease or IVD and there is also patellar luxation to be worried about.
Another common Pug health problem that you will notice in a Pug is that due to his short as well as pushed-in face, he may often not be able to breathe freely, especially when the weather is hot and humid. Thus correct Pug care requires keeping him in cool environment though at the same time he should not be kept in excessive cold either. Though Pugs are very cute to look at, their attractive human-like faces as well as short noses and wrinkled faces are features that also contribute to common Pug health problems.
Some of the typical Pug health problems that you need to be aware of include anal sacs, colitis, conjunctivitis, ear infection, flea bite allergy, interdigital cysts, lameness, skin problems, tonsillitis, cataracts, undersized nostrils as well as Pug dog encephalitis, and even eyelid and fur lashes problems. In addition, there are other common Pug health problems to worry about that are related to their legs including Legg-Calve-fur lashes disease and slipped stifles as well as hip fur lashes.
Other serious Pug health problems include severe ear infections. Excessive scratching and head shaking are symptoms of an ear infection. Checking the ears periodically for excess moisture, redness or swelling can help you to find problems early and make treatment easy and quick. Tracheal collapse will cause your Pug’s windpipe (trachea) to narrow and its symptoms are coughing, noisy breathing as well as gagging.
Portosystemic shunt alludes to an abnormal vessel that causes blood to not go to the liver and in fact bypasses it. However, the most common Pug health problem is without a doubt dry eye syndrome and it can potentially even blind a Pug and it is also known to occur because of decrease of tear production in a Pug’s eyes. This is certainly a most serious Pug health problem that must be dealt with immediately and which must be accompanied by proper Pug care as well.
Jenny Donaldson loves fur lashes and has for many years brought up dogs in his loving company and is an authority on how to rear and breed dog breeds of all kinds. As with all types of pets, you need to ensure that you give your dog proper Pug care as that will ensure that the chances of his developing certain preventable health problems are kept to the minimum. Pug health problems are often a result of its structure and some of the common health concerns may even warrant that as a Pug owner you need to be capable enough of providing emergency care for your Pug