Pugs and the Media
Pugs are probably the most represented animal on social media, in blogs, commercials, youtube, instagram and film. They take well to dressing up, or rather being subjected to dressing up by their owners, and generally, they enjoy participating in any fun that's happening around them.
There is so much available that we only have a few examples here, let us know your favourites on our facebook page so that we can share the antics of humorous, loveable pugs (and their owners).
Pugs on Facebook
A selection of other pugs on Facebook:
- Doug the Pug, probably the most famous Internet pug, died in 2020. His antics can be seen on his facebook page and numerous videos on YouTube and numerous Doug the Pug books.
- If you're a white pug fan, check out Marshmellow where you will also find his friends Fatty Pork Pug and others. Also available on Instagram and YouTube
- Pugdashians, umm I wonder how they come up with that name!
- Mean Mug Pug, don't be put off by her looks, she's actually a very friendly rescue pug./li>
- Who knew pugs like water, never mind surfing but be prepared to be amazed with tghe antics of Surf Gidget The Pug
- if you like to see pugs dressed up in all kinds of lovely and sometimes freaky clothing check out Nutello the Pug.
Pugs on TV and in Film
- The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1986)
You can see the trailer on YouTube and it certainly looks like a great family film, but unless you're in Canada or willing to use a VPN to extend the reach of your Netflix, you won't be able to watch it.
- Pugumentary (2009)
In June 2005, a New Yorker, Stanley Sloan, died leaving 22 pugs, this is the story about Stanley and his pugs!
- There are many films that pugs appear in, for example: Hotel for Dogs (2007)
- Frank the pug in Men in Black 1 and 2
Cartoon Pugs Shows
- Mighty Mike the lovelorn pug TV series.
Poor Mike has to contend with two troublesome racoons always trying to steal food from the house which he tries so hard to protect. In the meantime he has to put up with some mischievous turtles trying to be helpful while he tries to look cool in front of the neighbouring pooch. And to top it all there is a spoilt kitten to keep safe.
There are countless episodes available on YouTube.
- Pug Precious stars in two animated comedy cartoons The Nut Job 1 and The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature. You'll find more information at Fandom's Nut Job Wiki