Pugs are very curious creatures, and sometimes this can get them into trouble. You have heard the expression, "Curiosity killed the cat", the same can be applied to Pugs. It is important to always be aware of your surroundings, so these little investigators don't get into anything harmful. Pugs are fearless, especially for their size. They are often noted for their bravery, along with their charm and wit. Pugs are also known for their love of people, especially children. They don't just tolerate kids, they love being around them! Pugs also get along well with other pets. Sometimes it is nice to have another companion in the household to keep your Pug company. Often times, you will see families with pairs of Pugs. Do take into consideration that more Pugs equals more Pug hair! One of the few downsides to owning a Pug is the excessive shedding. Pug hair truly takes on a life of its own. "If there is ever a nuclear war, the cockroaches that inherit the earth will be wearing tiny sweaters made of Pug hair" (Barron's Pug Manual). Overall, Pugs are amazing little dogs that are devoted to their loved ones and have a smile on their face each and every day. No one will ever be happier to see you than you Pug each time you walk through the door! A Pug's unwavering devotion cannot be matched. Your life will be richer for having shared it with this unique character. "A Pug gives you the convenience of a toy breed, the heart of a giant, the bravery of a terrier, the intelligence of a herding dog, and the face of a clown" (Barron's Pug Manual). I truly believe a house is not a home without a Pug!