Product information "Mops"
Grooming Broad back, short legs, curled tail and wrinkly face: the Pug. Oftentimes, real beauty only reveals itself at second glance when you realize that the Pug is an adorable companion because of his even-temperedness and happy attitude and his devotedness. No apartment is too small for him, no family too big, he does not hunt or fight, and his level of activity will adapt to that of his owner. Expert Inge Weßling explains how to keep, train and exercise Pugs. Including lots of additional information on behavior, development and grooming that will make any Pug feel jolly. The author Inge Weßling has been keeping Pugs for more than 33 years. She is a breeder and head of the German Pug Association’s breeding program.
About the author
Inge WeßlingInge Weßling ist Zuchtleiterin des Deutschen Mopsclubs e.V. Sie hält und züchtet seit über 25 Jahren Möpse. more about the author