Pug, type of toy hound that most likely started in China and was acquainted with England close to the finish of the seventeenth century by Dutch dealers. The pug has a short gag and a firmly twisted tail. It is a solidly constructed, strong pooch, with an enormous head, unmistakable, dull eyes, and little, hanging ears. At development it stands 10 to 11 inches (25.5 to 28 cm) and weighs around 14 to 18 pounds (6 to 8 kg). Its jacket is short and shiny; shading is given in the breed standard as dark or as silver or apricot grovel with a dark line on the back and a dark veil on the face. Regularly steadfast and alert, the pug is an esteemed friend hound.
The stern articulation of the Pug misrepresents its actual feeling of fun. Pugs are friendly mutts, and normally obstinate about specific things, yet they are fun loving, beguiling, sharp and are known to prevail in canine acquiescence aptitudes.
Pugs are regularly alluded to as the comics of the pooch world. Pugs are delicate to the tone of a human voice, so brutal discipline is commonly superfluous. While Pugs typically coexist well with different mutts and pets, they for the most part lean toward the organization of people and require a lot of human consideration they may turn out to be marginally restless or disturbed if their proprietor disregards them or does not play with them.
When all is said in done, they are mindful canines, dependably at their proprietor's feet, in their lap, or tailing them from space to room.