Only A True Pug Lover Can Pass This Quiz
Welcome to the Pug quiz.
The favorite place of a pug is right next to you, by your side. He loves his human and the adaptable and playful personality of these small dogs with their wrinkled faces make them perfect pets. But how much do you know about Pugs? Do you know how a collective of pugs is called? How many curls has the "perfect" pug tail? In which country is the breeding of the pug forbidden? You can only call yourself a real pug lover and expert when you can answer all the quiz questions about pugs in this pug quiz correctly.
Take this quiz about pugs and find out if you are real Pug Lover!
This is a medium difficulty quiz that has 15 questions about Pugs.
Loriot once said about his favourite breed of dog: "Living without a pug is possible, but pointless". He was right. Underestimated by many dog lovers and ridiculed as a couch potato, the pug. Yet representatives of this dog breed are anything but boring. On the contrary: the pug, from healthy breeding, is a very agile, active and extremely smart little fellow. The pug always seems to be in a good mood, and his open nature towards people is also typical. Pugs are usually not anxious, love to be the centre of attention and like to be stroked by everyone. "For many years, I have had dogs, and I have often smiled at small dogs, but since I have been dealing with the pug, I have found that the pug is a great dog. The pug is simply fun. They are very lively, and he loves to learn and also learns quickly. I do not know the stubborn pug. I have got to know the pug in such a way that the pug really has fun being there, that he can retrieve, that he can be called upon, that he can be well trained, that he can walk properly on a leash. The pug enriches our everyday life. The history of the pug began about 2000 years ago in ancient China. Since then there is evidence that the pug has been bred as an independent breed. In the late Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, European aristocratic houses discovered this breed for themselves and the pug became a salon dog for rich ladies. If there is one thing he is really good at, it is living together with people. He has never had to fulfil any tasks, he was always just a partner. By the way, the pug used to be a slim, high-legged dog with a distinctive muzzle. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the pug was a coveted and respected breed. Unfortunately, overbreeding led to a completely different appearance and immense health problems, which the pug still has to contend with today.
"If you are thinking about getting a pug, you should not only test you knowledge with this pug quiz but you should definitely keep your eyes open and look for a good breeder. Unfortunately, the pug is still very much a health problem. Usually, the breathing problems are that on short muzzle bred face the problem with the pug. Since a few years, there is a counter-breeding which breeds again on longer snout parts, and we have two specimens that can go outside in wind and weather, that can walk in the sunshine, that do not make snorkelling noises at night. We have been breeding the pugs for many years because we are incredibly fascinated by the fantastic nature of the pugs. Boobs are dogs that are always in a good mood. They always make you laugh. The breeding of pugs is very complicated because you have to take care to breed free-breathing pugs in the first place. If you really pay attention to this, you will get a dreamlike dog, which is healthy for a lifetime and can also live up to 15 years", says breeder Ute Schulz. The pug weighs between 6 and a half and around nine kilograms and has a height at the withers of 25 to 30 centimetres. The male dog is usually of stronger stature than the female. Another trademark of the pug is the permanently wagging striped tail. By the way, basic facts like these will come up in the pug quiz.
"The pug is available in many different colours, not only in the standard colours beige and black. We have in our breeding among other things as you can see a white pug bitch and we also have apricot colours, and beside the colours, there are the colours in the Platinum in Brindle in silver-white chinchilla and so on. So the pug actually has a very wide range of colours." The pug coat is fine, smooth, short and shiny. The short coat is relatively easy to groom but should be brushed regularly. Special brushes for short-haired dogs are available from specialist shops. Eyes and nasal crease can be cleaned with a damp cotton wool pad if necessary. In pug breeding, shortness of breath, brachial syndrome, hip joint dysplasia, patella luxation and meningoencephalitis are still widespread. The conscientious breeder breeds only with perfectly healthy parents. Once you have decided on a pug, you can look forward to many exciting and beautiful years with your four-legged friend. His affection is legendary. Wherever they are, he wants to be too. The pug often retains its childlike disposition until old age. Also, the pug is a prime example of what the biologist Konrad Lorenz called a child's pattern: big head, big eyes, high forehead, the key stimulus that automatically makes us humans want to protect and care for ourselves. Lovers of this extraordinary breed know that the pug is addictive. Due to the lovable character of these dogs, many pug owners quickly develop the desire for a second or even third dog. The pug is more than just a dog; it is a passion.With the following pug quiz you can check your knowledge about pugs! Enjoy!