Pugs for Beginners by Jack Penn

Pugs for Beginners

byJack Penn

Kobo ebook | January 29, 2013

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The mystery of the Pug seems to have links all the way to before 400 B.C. and the Orient. China was the first to be the source of the breed by providing pets to the Buddhist monasteries in Tibet. Consequently, in Chinese art and paintings, three dogs dominated the era: the Pekingese, the lion dog, and the Lo-sze. It is believed that the pug is descended from the Lo-sze which was distinguished by its short muzzle, short hair, elastic skin, and the prince mark on its forehead. The prince mark has three horizontal wrinkles crossed by a vertical bar on the forehead which makes the Chinese character for "prince". The breed soon spread to Japan and then to Europe, with many appearing in various royal courts.

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Title:Pugs for BeginnersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 29, 2013Publisher:Axel PublishingLanguage:English

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