We are happy to announce Pug Facts!
Every Friday is #FactFriday from now on so stay tuned for more and more facts about pugs over time.
Each fact will be shared over social media – which is actually only Instagram at the moment – in form of a picture, but we will explain each fact further on our website in the Pug Facts section.
What you can expect from Pug Facts? Beside getting a little smarter every week, you might get a deeper understanding about certain behaviours and merkmale of your pug. We feature the following list of facts about pugs in our format:
- Historical facts
- Health facts
- Funny facts
- Anatomical facts
- Training facts
- Social facts
- International facts
- Useless facts 😀
But the topics we feature in the future are not entirely limited to this list. This is just what we already have in pipeline.
Follow us on Instagram to make sure that you don’t miss any future facts and a lot of cute pug pics.
Pug Facts #001 – Multum in parvo
Since Latin is a pretty ancient language, we thought that this is a nice fit for our first Pug Fact. Even though Latin is not used by any normal people anymore, it’s widely spreaded in the medical and legal field. And many European languages base on Latin, like Spanish, Italien and French for example. It once was the language of the Roman Empire and was widely spreaded all over Europe.
So here is our first Pug Fact:
Some people use the latin phrase “multum in parvo” when they refer to pugs. The exact translation of that phrase is “much in a small space”, but in this case it means “a lot of dog in a small body”.
And this is definitely so on point! 🙂 Pugs are so brave and such awesome companions compared to other dog breeds, that it’s hard to believe that such a small animal has such a big and brave heart!