The life span of pug dog: interesting facts

by | Jul 7, 2020 | Dog Breeds

How long do pugs live life?

Imagine about a pug !!!! It has a comical face, deep wrinkles, dark eyes, flat round face with beauty spots. Usually, pugs are playful and fun-loving dogs. Pugs are more close to humans. Pugs are usually happy, affectionate, loyal, charming and mischievous in nature. Pugs originated in China.

The average life span of pugs is 12-15years. The height of the male dogs is around 30cms approximately. The height of the female pug is around 25cms approximately.

An interesting fact about pug

In the United Kingdom, Queen Victoria is the person to develop kindness towards pug. Then it passed on to other royal families too. It has celebrity owners also. Pug also won credit in World Dog Show held in 2004.

Pink fur:  

All are maybe knowing the colour of a pug dog. The American kennel club recognized colour is fawn. The Canadian kennel club recognized colour is black, silver, apricot and fawn. A pug in London has a rare coat colour. It is a 17years old dog with all the other features remains the same except for the coat colour. It is covered with pink fur. This gives a cute and pleasant appearance to the pug dog.

How long does the pug lives

If you want to raise a dog at your home. You may probably want to know some conditions like food habit, pet’s nature, health condition and life span. Usually, the average life span of a pug dog is 12-15years. The average age rate of a male pug is 12.8years. The average age rate of a female pug is 13.2 years. 

            

Can a pug survive more than 15 years?

The answer will be definitely yes!!! It depends on the conditions and cares they receive from humans. Certain pugs survive for 16years and more. A typical example is ‘King tug’. It is a pug dog in America. The age of the pug is 18years old. One another example is Snookie. Snookie is 27years and 284 days old. It died on 12th Oct 2018. Snookie is the Guinness record holder for the oldest pug category.

 

How long do pugs live in human years

This is a good question about pugs. It makes the owner understand better about your dog’s stage in life such as puppy stage, adult stage or senior stage.

Pugs age chart is as follows., 

Puppy stage:

  • 1-year-old pug dog is equal to 15years old in human years.

Adult dog stage:

  • 2 years old pug dog is equal to 24 years old in human years.
  • 3 years old pug dog is equal to 28 years old in human years.
  • 4 years old pug dog is equal to 32 years old in human years.
  • 5 years old pug dog is equal to 36 years old in human years.

Senior dog stage:

  • 6 years old pug dog is equal to 40 years old in human years.
  • 7 years old pug dog is equal to 44 years old in human years.
  • 8 years old pug dog is equal to 48 years old in human years.
  • 9 years old pug dog is equal to 52 years old in human years.
  • 10 years old pug dog is equal to 56 years old in human years.
  • 11 years old pug dog is equal to 60 years old in human years
  • 12 years old pug dog is equal to 64 years old in human years.
  • 13 years old pug dog is equal to 68 years in human years.
  • 14 years old pug dog is equal to 72 years old in human years.
  • 15 years old pug dog is equal to 76 years old in human years.
  • 16 years old pug dog is equal to 80 years old in human years.
  • 17 years old pug dog is equal to 84 years old in human years.
  • 18 years old pug dog is equal to 88 years old in human years.
  • 19 years old pug dog is equal to 92 years old in human years.
  • 20 years old pug dog is equal 96 years old in human years.

              The life span of dogs usually depends on healthy food habit and care given to the pets. Mostly healthy lifestyle influence the life span and healthy nature of pets. So a healthy lifestyle is not alone necessary for humans, but it is essential for the pets too….!!! Keep your pet healthy.

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