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Perfect Prevention of Pug Problems

Perfect Prevention of Pug Problems

Emma Knox

     Most dogs, everyone agrees, are cute. Adorable, even. But your dog… Your dog is a big source of debate. People can’t seem to agree whether Pugs are cute or not– they’re one of the only dog breeds that, when you search “are ___ cute,” the next result is “are ____ cute or ugly.” And then, of course, there’s the saying created just for your breed: “they’re so ugly they’re cute.” But what’s never mentioned is Pugs’ personalities… It’s never debated whether they act cute, whether they have adorable personalities… Because it’s indisputable: Pugs are charming, lovable little dogs. After all, that’s why you got one (plus, you think they’re total cuties).

     Pugs are like cats. And actors. And the comic relief characters in epics. They’re like a variety of personalities in one body. (Picture the endearing version of Split.) Pugs are independent, but want to be all over you; they’re big sleepers, but also big on playtime; they love everyone, but they’re too stubborn to listen to anyone; they have iconic scrunched faces, but somehow manage to convey a novel of facial expressions at all times. Some people probably get whiplash from the crazy contradictions of Pugs… but then, it makes them all the more appealing. Who wants a boring, predictable dog? If you wanted boring and predictable, you’d have gotten a goldfish (no offense, goldfish).

     There are, however, a few predictable aspects of the breed. Because of their unique faces, their key squished noses, Pugs often develop breathing problems. It’s believed that most Pugs, in fact, are born with breathing problems to some degree, commonly known as Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS). There are people out there who even say the breed lives “in constant agony,” their lives being “one[s] of pain and suffering.” Unfortunately, you might never know whether they’re right or not… but it’s a fact that obstructed breathing causes pain, especially when swallowing. Still, you don’t have to sit around wondering if your Pug’s in pain and if–how–you can help them- you can help them now, possibly before their problems even develop. You can get them CBD.

     CBD can do more than just relieve your dog’s breathing pain: it has a bottomless bag–a Mary Poppins purse–full of benefits. Since CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, it can alleviate any branch of pain your Pug may feel, from joint discomfort to nausea to everything in between. What’s more, it can alleviate any emotional pain, too: CBD also combats and reduces anxieties and depression. Dogs, like most pets, often develop separation anxiety and struggle when left without their owner for a time, and smaller dogs are especially likely to have noise/storm anxiety. So what your Pug needs is something to calm their anxiety, keep them feeling safe and relaxed, without debilitating or incapacitating them. CBD does that in spades! You can ease your worries and ease their hurt very easily: with CBD.

     Pugs are considered very cute or very not cute- and most people either want them or don’t. You are the former of both. You love your dog, and rightly so. So you want them to live their lives the best they can, happy by your side. The best way to ensure that is to incorporate CBD into their life. Don’t be passive about their comfort- they wouldn’t be passive about yours. And neither are we: NobleCanni is the caring home you and your pug can access from anywhere. The perfect plan to prevent your pug’s problems is, put simply, CBD.

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Emma Knox

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