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That was too funny…Anyone who has owned a Frenchie or a Pug will tell you they look chubby. We used to take them for walks almost every day. They loved it..but if they decided enough they would just plop down. Would have to carry them..they were wonderful dogs..May they rest in peace. Miss them……
- Richard Arceo I have owned both and they don’t have to look chubby. They can have a waistline. It just depends on how much you feed them and how much exercise they get. It is better for them to not be chubby because of their health problems and breathing problems.
- Too many dog experts lol. one pug was a rescue who literally was dying by the time we got her. She was in horrible shape. After the vet wanted to do exploratory surgery for 3000 bucks my wife at the time decided to bring her home and treat her. She was a Vet. asst. for 6 years. Tiny lived for more than a decade.
- Too many Karens with their puffed up opinions. My pug was not fat. Just had a lot of muscle, according to the vet. Everyone called her overweight or obese even though they knew nothing about my dog or her diet, which was healthy aside from half a pup patty from innout every once in a while.
This is not true. Like people they all have different body shapes. I’ve had uscular/athletic ones with no waistline and my last two have very defined waistlines. All were exercised the same and had the same diet in terms of quantities.
Stevenson yes you are correct when you say that dogs do come in different sizes but when they come from a ethical breeder who does health testing and is showing their dogs and bitches in dog sports, they are breeding for a standard. The standard may have variances in size and colors and coat.
When you see huge differences in size and shape and coloring that is because where the dog came from most likely is breeding for profit and not for standard. People are also breeding for disqualifying colors, like in Frenchies such as Blues, blacks and piebald or breeding minis. It is wrong and dilutes the standard.