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... Traditional schools of canine thought put this behaviour down to a stubborn refusal to be trained that's inherent in the bred. Not so. This behaviour is, in fact, down to an ancient set of rules, passed down from pug generation to pug generation. A Pug's Guide to Etiquette attempts to explain these rules, thereby advancing pug-human relations to hitherto unprecedented heights.
Gemma Correll is a freelance illustrator and comic-making person. She currently lives with her trusty sidekick pugs Mr Norman Pickles and Bella. Visit her website at www.gemmacorrell.com The author is based in Norwich.