Does your short-nosed dog have breathing problems?

Indeed, according to the Kennel Club, 1 in 5 dogs registered with the organization in the past 5 years belongs to one of those breeds. If their popularity keeps increasing at its current rate, soon we will be looking at ‘Planet of the Pugs’ style uprising and I, for one, can’t wait for President Snuffles to become my overlord!

The popularity of ‘short-nosed’ dogs (Pugs, most Bulldog breeds, King Charles Spaniel, etc) has exploded in recent years, with their (generally) small size and affable character increasingly popular among urbanites and first-time dog owners.

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