Male pugs are lazy and female pugs are active

India
October 10, 2007 1:26am CST
Do you think male pugs are lazy and femal pugs are active. My pugs behave in this pattern.
13 responses
• Canada
28 Feb 08
probably not. i have 2 male pugs and 1 female. they are all very hyper!! but when they get tired, they get lazy. ahhahahah!! i think it depends on the dog. just like humans! different attitudes. hehe
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@sissy67 (225)
• United States
30 Jan 08
I have a female pug....her name is Pudgie..she is now 4 yrs old. She is the laziest of all lazy. She lays on the couch...if u are sitting with a blanket she wants under the blanket as close to u as she can get. She does get spurts where she likes to play with her toys and she acts really crazy. My mother in law has her brother....he is twice her size and he is rowdy and hyper. He actually will drive u crazy bouncing from one place to the other...he isnt as cuddly and lovable as my pug. I just think it depends on the dog.
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@sissy67 (225)
• United States
30 Jan 08
I have a female pug....her name is Pudgie..she is now 4 yrs old. She is the laziest of all lazy. She lays on the couch...if u are sitting with a blanket she wants under the blanket as close to u as she can get. She does get spurts where she likes to play with her toys and she acts really crazy. My mother in law has her brother....he is twice her size and he is rowdy and hyper. He actually will drive u crazy bouncing from one place to the other...he isnt as cuddly and lovable as my pug. I just think it depends on the dog.
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• United States
28 Dec 07
From why I have observed, I do believe that male pugs tend to be more lazy, and female pugs tend to be more active. I do not know why this is so. But you know, that in every instance, you will always have one or two instances where the observation is not true. I suppose that male pugs are considered to be "more lazy" is because I hear that their brain has a different structure then that of the female. This could cause less addrenaline to circulate through the system- which then in turn will cause the pug not to be as active. Or it could be that the dogs that I have seen, are just the abnormal ones, and the dogs that you have seen as well are abnoraml as well. It could be that both dogs are just as equally active and that I had caught them on a bad day. It could even be that female dogs are more lazy, and male dogs are more active- and as said earlier, could be abnoraml. In any case, pugs are a good dog to have for their loyalty is true to the heart.
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28 Dec 07
I have a female pug as well. She is very lazy, lays around on the back of the couch and only gets up and darts off the couch if food is involved. Maybe this is why she is overweight. She is very sweet, lovable and would try to protect ya, but she is not active at all.
@SueHoo (3)
• United States
11 Dec 07
My daughter has a male and female Pug and the male is much 'lazier', he is soooo laid back. The female is a hyper-taz most the time. I love 'em both!
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• United States
23 Nov 07
I don't find that to be true at all. My male is just as busy as my female use to be. He is into everthing just like her.
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• United States
17 Oct 07
Hi. I have never had a male pug, but my little Princess, is out of control!! She's nosey, jealous, loud...but most of all, my little angel. She is bad like no other, but I just can't resist her when she tilts her head to the side and looks at me with those great big eyes...
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@mindmap (36)
• Sweden
10 Oct 07
Well, I only had one pug - a female - but she was a supremely lazy dog in all her days. Smart, sensitive, loveable, but above all lazy.
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@roxydiva (29)
• United States
12 Aug 09
I can probably answer this one, because I did have a boy and girl pug, but a dog's personality is different. Some maybe lazy while others are way to active, but my boy pug is extremely lazy. When he wants food he would lay down and cry, he wouldn't walk towards his bowl. Also other thing, you have to hand feed him. That spoiled brat. The girl pug manly keeps to herself and doesn't really want to be bother with anything.
@metschica25 (5407)
• United States
25 May 08
My pug is a gril and she is full of life and a bit crazy !
• United States
20 May 08
I don't know if this is a proven fact but I agree with it based on my experience. I have a male pug and my parents have a female pug. Even when he was a puppy he was never as active as my parents female puppy. Not sure why this is but, I have seen the same thing!
@bjbailey (114)
• United States
19 May 08
My male pug is very active until he has played too hard then he is lazy. He loves to play with his toys and chase my granddaughter up and down the hall. He also likes to pull her hair.