Lazy Pug

How to Train a Lazy Pug

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The Japanese Chin, meanwhile, was bred as a lap dog and companion. This means that they aren’t exactly lazy, but they don’t require tons of exercise, either. They’re generally happy just lying on their owners’ laps or sleeping next to them. Although they’re smaller than many other lazy breeds, they’re still very loyal to their owners. And you’ll be able to feed and play with your Lazy Pug for many years.

The Lazy Pug’s body is built to be lazy, and it has evolved to be suitable for a life with less activity. Pugs make great watchdogs and are affectionate towards family members. However, they don’t have the energy to spend hours playing with toys. The Lazy Pug breed does require a lot of effort to train, and training must begin early on. If you’re considering adopting a Lazy Pug, here’s how to train your puppy:

Although Pugs are generally considered to be couch potatoes, they require a certain level of physical activity to stay healthy and happy. Their lack of energy makes them ideal for lazy people who want a pet that doesn’t demand much exercise. They have been around for thousands of years but never were known to work. A slow pace is their specialty! That’s one reason why they’re affectionately known as “canine couch potatoes.”

A Pug is a naturally lazy dog, sleeping up to 14 hours a day.

But don’t let your Lazy Pug fool you: Pugs don’t have much energy to participate in strenuous physical activity, so they need short walks around your neighborhood instead. If you’re not feeling energetic, consider a tug of war to keep your Lazy Pug active. He or she will love it! And while you’re at it, you’ll have to be patient with your Lazy Pug.

While pug puppies typically sleep for at least 12 hours each day, fully-grown pugs can easily sleep for 14 hours a day. Pugs need little exercise and tend to sleep more during their younger years. But this does not mean they can’t be active. Pugs make excellent companions and watchdogs. You can’t beat the sweet face, wagging tail, or gentle paws! That’s why many people love the Lazy Pug as a pet.

A Lazy Pug’s favorite activity is fetching! Pugs love to play fetch, but they’re not able to play for long. Another activity that keeps your Lazy Pug occupied is hunting for treats and food. The joy of finding a treasure is guaranteed to put you in the mood to play! However, there’s no need to spend hours playing fetch with your Lazy Pug. It’s more about fun than exercise.

If your Lazy Pug doesn’t enjoy playing fetch with you, it’s okay. Pugs are great walking companions, and can even walk two miles at the right time. While walking or running isn’t the ideal exercise for your Lazy Pug, slow jogging or even a brisk jog around the neighborhood will help keep your Lazy Pug healthy. Exercise helps boost your Pug’s intelligence and stimulate its instinct for learning. If your Lazy Pug is not physically active, you’re risking heart disease and obesity.