Pug Health & Information
Pugs are very special and require extra special attention and care.
It is important that you avoid "backyard" breeders and only look for a puppy from a registered breeder.
This will help ensure that your puppy has good breeding lines, good health and is properly socialised.
If you are interested in a pug puppy contact our "Puppy Officer" - Donna [email protected]
SELECTING THE RIGHT DOG
Below is an extract from our controlling body's (South Australian Canine Association-S.A.C.A.) website.It describes the benifit of purchasing a Purebred dog and why you should look into getting a puppy from a registered Breeder
Some owners for example, may choose a breed from a picture book only to discover their handsome Weimaraner or playful Dalmatian requires many more hours of exercise that can ever be provided or their small garden is being destroyed by a very bored and very energetic Australian Kelpie.
The registered breeders will also screen their breeding stock for any hereditary diseases known to affect the breed.
A registered breeder is also able to provide a Certificate of Registration and Pedigree for your dog should you wish to exhibit your dog at shows or compete in any of the trialling activities.
Thankyou, SA Pug Club Committee
Donna - Puppy Enquiries
Adelaide, SA, Australia
Email : [email protected]