5 Funny Pug Books you must have

5 Funny Pug Books you must have

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5 Funny Books you must have if you own a Pug

01. A Pug’s Guide to Etiquette

This manual is an essential item for any pug aspiring to be a sophisticated, civilized citizen. Pugs play by their own set of rules. When you want them to sit, they stand; when you want them to stay, they go; and when you want them to stop eating that unidentified item on the floor, well..

Reviews on Amazon : 5 stars
“I bought this book for my daughter, since we just got a pug and I thought she’d like the funny drawings and humorous “etiquette”. She certainly enjoyed the book, and found it reassuring, too, since the book describes many of the quirks we’ve seen in our pug. So now we know our dog’s behavior is typical pug behavior. Great book!”

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02. A Pug’s Guide to Dating

Who knew that sniffing someone’s backside in a park could be so alluring?! In A Pug’s Guide to Dating, pug lover and illustrator of the moment Gemma Correll has put together a collection of 50 charming cartoons, observing from a pug’s point of view, the pitfalls facing young pugs in their quest for love.

Reviews on Amazon : 5 stars
“Gemma Correll has done some very nice things regarding pugs. This is a cute little book simply highlights some of the wacky things pugs do to make their owners love them so much. It’s short and sweet with charming illustrations.
This book would be good for children or grown pug enthusiasts. I leave it on a side table to let guests poke through.”




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03. Pugs of the Frozen North

When True Winter comes, it’s time for the Great Northern Race! The best sled teams in the world must reach a mysterious man called the Snowfather. He will grant one wish to the winners. Young racers Sika and Shen want to win more than anything. But they don’t have big sled dogs—all they have is sixty-six yappy, yippy puppy pugs. Can this unlikely team make their dreams come true?

Reviews on Amazon : 5 stars
My 7 and 8 year olds both loved this book. It’s about a 3-4th grade reading level. The story is cute and well written. Pretty interesting artwork as well.

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04. The Pug who ate the World

What happens when a little dog tries to eat the entire world? Join Bunky the pug in his plans to sample foods from around the globe and his best friend Tom’s reactions to Bunky’s pursuits.

Reviews on Amazon : 5 stars
“My son and I laughed out loud while reading this sweet children’s book about Bunky the Pug, and his best friend, Tom. Bunky’s voracious appetite has a worldly flare, but must be tempered by the cautionary Tom. A lighthearted look into the harm of excess, cast by the warm familiarity of a friendship between man and pug. And clearly, author Tom Cote knows the behavior of a quirky, hungry pug. Loved Gemma Gene’s imaginative illustrations. A wonderful conversation starter for dog lovers, global and culinary fare, and the consequences of unleashed gluttony. Oh, and that it’s a glimpse into the charming life of a funny, furry, well-loved pug, is pretty cool, too.”




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05. 101 Uses for a Pug

Looking at them, you would never guess that pugs can be so useful and versatile. Yet, if you watch them closely, it s clear to see that these dynamic dogs perform scores of tasks. This book provides photographic proof of pugs functioning as car security systems, weed killers, moist towelettes, foot warmers, and more. In need of some minor garment alterations? Look no further than an industrious pug! A total of 101 uses for a pug reveal why these dogs are so lovable and popular.

Reviews on Amazon : 5 stars
“If you have a pug at home, this is a must buy. Bought this for my hubby as a stocking stuffer and we just laughed at the pictures and cute little puggies. I must say they are all good uses for a pug!”