Yes, pugs do shed and they tend to shed more than some of the other dog breeds.
Breeds that have hair rather than fur will shed, but the great thing about pugs is that they are short-haired dogs, so instead of having to deal with long or medium-length hair being all over your house, you only have to deal with the shedding for a couple of weeks.
Pugs can also be found in various colors, which you can choose to dye or not.
If they live indoors most of the time and they are allowed out only when you want them out, their shedding won’t be as bad as a dog who is outside all of the time and sheds large amounts of hair on your couch and in your house.
The coat color doesn’t make much difference as far as shedding goes.
It would be a good idea to brush them out with a slicker brush every day when they are shedding just so that you can get rid of the dead hair faster.
If you do this then you will have less hair in your home and on your clothing when you are around them.
If you want to reduce the shedding, even more, you can have them clipped down so that they are short-haired and don’t shed as much.
If you think the type of climate in your hometown will make a difference, it really won’t in comparison to all of the other factors.
You should keep in mind that if they spend most of their time inside with you, then you won’t have to deal with it as often.
Since they are low-shedding dogs, this means that you don’t have to spend a lot of time grooming them, which is a good thing if you don’t want to take the time out of your day for it.
The fact that they shed less makes up for the fact that they do shed more often.
Every dog has a different personality, so if you are looking for a low-maintenance dog then this might be the one for you, but of course, it all depends on how much time you have to spend on grooming.
Pugs are really good dogs and make good pets, but you should always be prepared to spend a couple of minutes brushing them or you might have some hair everywhere.
Do all pugs shed?
No, it depends on the color.
If they have a black coat, then they will shed all year long.
The other colors don’t shed as much and they tend to shed more at certain times of the year than others.
Can you get a pug that doesn’t shed?
No, all dogs shed to different extents.
If you are looking for a dog that doesn’t shed, then get a poodle or an English sheepdog.
Is it true that small dogs shed more than big ones?
Yes, if they have short hair which most small breeds do. The reason for this is that they don’t have the same amount of oil on their coat as a larger dog does.