Pug Nose Butter
Pug Nose Butter is made of 100% Organic Shea Butter, organic avocado oil, organic castor oil, organic almond oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa seed butter, organic olive oil, 100 percent Therapeutic Grade Aromatherapy Oil and a LOT of LOVE. Visit FAQs for more info on Shea and Nose Butter.
How To Use Nose Butter: Just rub a bit of Nose Butter™ across the top of the nose (either from the tin or the tube) and allow it to melt in.
If your dog does not like being controlled and held tightly give them a cookie to distract. I always say it is like putting pantyhose on a drunk man to do something to a Pug that it does not want done. Not that I ever put pantyhose on a drunk man.
Pug Bits: The phrase “multum in parvo” means “a lot of dog in a small space” which is often used to describe the Pug. Even-tempered, playful, fun-loving, and an all-around great dog is the perfect synopsis of this delightful dog.
Pugs Names: Pugs are called a variety of names..here are a few!
Germany: Mops Hund
China: Lo-sze & Ha Ba Gou (ancient era)
England (years past): Dutch Pug
Pug History: Pugs are an ancient breed, with evidence of them before 400 BC. Like so many other breeds, they were bred by Buddhist monks in Tibet. When Prince William II became the King of England they became even more popular, as his love for them was boundless. In 1572, a pug named Pompey saved William, then Prince of Orange by barking when the Spaniards appeared at Hermigny.
Napoleon’s wife, Josephine, also had an adored Pug as a pet. His name was Fortune and he bit Napoleon on their wedding night. Fortune redeemed himself by carrying secret messages to Napoleon while Josephine was imprisoned at Les Carmes.
Queen Victoria owned and loved many Pugs throughout her long reign. She actively bred them and even had them exhibited. The Duke and Duchess of Windsor were also famed for their love of Pugs.