Available Pugs Adoption Profiles

 

Please read our Adoption Process Here 

Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835 

  • ♦ All applicants must be over the age of 18, reside in the state of Victoria, Australia. 
  • ♦ To safeguard both our pugs and volunteers physical and psychological welfare we do not conduct interstate or overseas adoptions. 
  • ♦ Our adoption fees vary from pug to pug and generally range from $950 to $2,500+  This adoption fee never covers the cost of vet work or the time and care we invest into each pug coming through our organisation. 
  • ♦ All of our pugs move into their new home at their ideal healthy weights with a new collar, lead, harness, fully vet worked and with a comprehensive adoption folder.
  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

WHY WE RARELY PAIR OUR AVAILABLE PUGS/DOGS INTO COMES WITH EXISTING PUGS/DOGS OF THE SAME SEX: Same sex dog aggression/dominance 

PUGS HEALTHY WEIGHT –  Female pugs healthy weight is between 6kg to 8.5kg depending on stature   – Male pugs healthy weight is between 7kg to 10.5kg depending on stature  IS MY PUG HEALTHY/OVERWEIGHT/OBESE?    PUG WEIGHT CHART

SOME OF THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHY PUGS ARE BEST WITH PUGS: Comparative morphometric study of the mimic facial muscles of brachycephalic and dolichocephalic dogs

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To enquire about adopting one of our available pugs please email with how your home and lifestyle matches the furever home wishes of our available pugs. (Please include your Name, Email address, Suburb & Phone number): info@pugrescue.org.au

SEE SOME OF OUR PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED AND NOW VERY LOVED PUGS HERE…

 


MAISY

To enquire about adopting Maisy please email with how your home and lifestyle matches her furever home wishes.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number & photo of your existing pug): info@pugrescue.org.au

  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Female Fawn Pedigree Desexed Pug – 5.5kg
Microchip Number: #956000006052147
DOB: 01/08/2016
Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835

Maisy is a tiny puggy girl….
Who’s tail is always waggling so fast it nearly goes into a whirl…
As happy as can be….
She dances around saying look at me….
 
Maisy’s past life is not the best…
We must confess it makes us quite upset…
Used to breed with and then dumped at a pound with a terrible vaginal prolapse, mammary lumps along with shattered bones in her hind legs…
Xrays of her hind legs show us fractured fabellas in both hind legs (a small bone that sits near the knee joint on the back of the leg) and resultant tears in the calf muscles with the cause being either traumatic injury or prolonged repetitive trauma such as running/ jumping up and down in a breeding dogs cage/pen/yard…
If that wasn’t enough for this little girl she also had rotting teeth and terrible airways which made breathing for her very hard….
Extremely manic behaviour told her us that past life was very scarred…  
On top of that from observation we feel Maisy may have cerebellum ataxia causing some of her unusual behaviour & movements and difficulty concentrating, sitting still and focusing…. 
She is not unwell due to this just a little “ditzy”and uncoordinated but an absolutely sweet little thing….
 
Desexing, mammary lump removal, vaginal prolapse repair, xrays along with a major dental and specialist airway surgery to let in more air…
Maisy has now undergone months of behavioural rehabilitation and over $4,000 in vet work care…
To turn her life around….
So that a perfect furever home for her can be found…
 
Oh is that a soft toy?
Maisy says she will grab it and shake it with joy…
Oh are we going walkies she asks?
Even though I have a few movement issues Maisy says she can still go rather fast….
Oh who’s up for chasey and wrestling she wants to know?
As she loves to play with her foster pug siblings and puts on quite a funny show….
 
Sitting on laps…
She likes massages and pats…
And will roll over submissively for a tummy scratch…
Or to be cradled like a baby….
Oh you are quite quirky Miss Maisy….
 
So if you are after a little puggy princess to complete your family…
Maisy says pick me…
She has so much love and joy to share as well as plenty of laughs and glee….
 
 
Maisy sleeps either in an indoor doggy bed with another pug or is also perfectly happy in a crate with another pug. 
Maisy is toilet trained but may need a refresher course in a new home.
Maisy walks well on a lead and harness and is fine in the car in a crate or doggy seat belt.  
Maisy knows how to sit and wait and will wait until told it’s ok to eat. 
 
 

Maisy’s furever home wishes:

♥ OTHER DOG – Yes! Maisy needs a companion pug or very pug like small pug x.  She has always lived with other pugs  A healthy male pug – desexed, well trained and well socialised, non reactive or barky, non dominant, calm, healthy weight (between 6kg to 8kg), healthy pug aged between approx 5 to 7 years.  Maisy enjoys the companionship as well as playing wrestling and chasey other pugs.  Maisy is not suited to being placed with another female pug as there will be fights.  Maisy is not suitable to be homed with another breed of dog.  She is not suited as a single dog.   
♥ HUMANS – Maisy is seeking humans that understand that she’s a little bit different and can provide her with strong leadership.  She is responsive to being shown the correct way to do things and thrives with routine. She is extremely smart and understands instructions but can find it hard to concentrate/sit still/focus. Cuddles is fence reactive. Cuddles can never be allowed to become overweight again!!!! 
♥KIDS – Maisy may be respectful children.  We would recommend if her new home does have children they are dog savvy and will not hype her up.  If the home does have children they will have already completed their family with Maisy being their last child.  
♥ Maisy as with with all of our pugs requires secure brick, timber or colourbond fencing. 
♥CATS – We are unsure of what Maisy is like with cats.
♥Maisy requires at least a 15 to 20 minute walk a day and is continuing to build up her fitness to 30+ minute walks.
♥Not suitable for homes where she would be left without humans for 6+ hours a day on a regular basis.
♥Maisy absolutely requires air-condition.
♥Access to the inside of her house 24/7 and an indoor bed.  
♥Maisy needs a home with minimal steps/levels and with a small to medium yard She is not suited to townhouses/units as she will bark at noises and even though she is a tiny pug she has a massive bark. 

Medical notes:

Maisy has lost 1.5kg in weight.  She was 7kg and is now 5.5kg

Maisy has undergone desexing, suspected mammary lump removals a prolapsed vagina repair.

Maisy has undergone hind leg and spine xrays.  Xrays of her hind legs show us fractured fabellas in both hind legs (a small bone that sits near the knee joint on the back of the leg) and resultant tears in the calf muscles with the cause being either traumatic injury or prolonged repetitive trauma such as running/ jumping up and down in a breeding dogs cage/pen.  Maisy is not in any pain and can walk just fine.

From observation we feel Maisy may have cerebellum ataxia causing some of her unusual behaviour & movements.  She is not unwell due to this just a little “ditzy”and uncoordinated.

Maisy has undergone  specialist airway surgery by Dr Ricky of Melbourne Animal Referral Services (folded palatoplasty to trim and reduce the thickness of her soft palate, widening of her nares/nostrils and tonsillectomy)  

Maisy has undergone a major dental at Knox Vet.

Maisy is desexed, C5 vaccinated, is microchipped & up to date with her worming & flea prevention.


CUDDLES
 
To enquire about adopting Cuddles please email with how your home and lifestyle matches her furever home wishes and also send a photo of your existing male pug.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number): info@pugrescue.org.au
  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Female Black Desexed Pug 
Microchip Number: #978102100275974
DOB: 09/12/2015
6kg 
RE108835
 
Who wants Cuddles?…
She promises that if you pick her she will reward you with lots of head tilts and snuggles…
Cheeky but very smart….
After $4,000 in vet work and rehab this little black puggy girl is now looking for a fresh start….
And wonders if there is a place for her in your heart….
 
Arriving into Pug Rescue care due to her absolutely horrendous horrible sounding breathing that was annoying her previous family along with her manic behaviour…. 
Cuddles was undesexed, had produced puppies, was obese, had rotting teeth and ear infections and was thankful Pug Rescue became her savior….
 
2.5kg in weight loss (was 8.5kg now 6kg), ear infections treated, a major dental with 15 rotting teeth removed and desexing performed by Dr Bianka at Knox Vet Clinic has been achieved…. 
Specialist airway surgery by Dr Ricky from Melbourne Animal Referral Services at Knox Vet has helped Cuddles finally after 6.5 years more easily breathe…
Terrible pedigree genetics causing a tiny trachea, tiny nostrils, soft palate to be thick and elongated and tonsils to be massive made poor Cuddles constant distressing loudly puff and heave…
Her breathing since surgery has now improved drastically….

CUDDLES PERFORMING HIGH FIVE

Manic and both scared…
Cuddles has come along way in Pug Rescue foster care…
Learning that it’s not polite to fight…
And for dinner she must sit right…
 
High five and sit and wait as well as go to bed are some of the commands and tricks Cuddles knows…
Playing chasey and wrestling with a puggy buddy Cuddles is all go go go…
Soft toys are a blast…
And when going for walkies she loves to go fast….
 
Despite her name Cuddles is now only learning that being picked up, handled and cuddling is a nice thing to do…
When she arrived into Pug Rescue care she used to scream, wriggle, struggle and panic when handled and picked up but she has been learning that handling and cuddling are actually something nice she can have in her life too…
 
So if you need more Cuddles in your life….
Miss Cuddles says perhaps she suits your family and home just right…
   
 
Cuddles sleeps either in an indoor doggy bed or is also perfectly happy in a crate 
Cuddles is toilet trained.
Cuddles walks well on a lead and harness and is fine in the car in a crate or doggy seat belt.  
Cuddles knows how to sit and wait and will wait until told it’s ok to eat.   She also knows how to do high five.
 

Cuddles’s furever home wishes:

♥ OTHER DOG – Yes! Cuddles needs a companion pug.  A healthy male pug – desexed, well trained and well socialised, non reactive, non dominant, calm, healthy weight (between 6.5kg to 8.5kg), healthy pug aged between approx 5 to 8 years.  Cuddles has gained so much from living with other pugs.   She enjoys the companionship as well as playing wrestling and chasey other pugs.  Cuddles is not suited to being placed with another female pug as there will be fights.  Cuddles is not suitable to be homed with another breed of dog.  She is not suited as a single dog.   
♥ HUMANS – Cuddles is seeking humans that can provide her with strong leadership.  She is responsive to being shown the correct way to do things and thrives with routine. She is extremely smart and understands instructions but can become unsure/timid at times due to her anxiety and past life.  She needs a home that understand that she came into care manic and not used to being picked up, handled or cuddled.  Cuddles is fence reactive. Cuddles can never be allowed to become overweight again!!!! 
♥KIDS – Cuddles has previously lived with young children.  We would recommend if her new home does have young children they are dog savvy and will not hype her up.  If the home does have children they will have already completed their family with Cuddles being their last child.  
♥ Cuddles as with with all of our pugs requires secure brick, timber or colourbond fencing. Cuddles requires fencing that can not be seen through.
♥CATS – Dog savvy cats. Cuddles has previously lived with a very docile cat.  If we are to rehome her with a cat the cat would have to keep to themselves.
♥Cuddles requires at least a 15 to 20 minute walk a day and is continuing to build up her fitness to 30+ minute walks.
♥Not suitable for homes where she would be left without humans for 6+ hours a day on a regular basis.
♥Cuddles absolutely requires air-condition.
♥Access to the inside of her house 24/7 and an indoor bed.  
♥Cuddles needs a home with a small to medium yard and is not suited to townhouses/units. 

Medical notes:

Cuddles has lost 2.5kg in weight.  She was 8.5kg and is now 6kg

Cuddles has undergone desexing at Knox Vet.

Cuddles has undergone  specialist airway surgery by Dr Ricky of Melbourne Animal Referral Services (folded palatoplasty to trim and reduce the thickness of her soft palate, widening of her nares/nostrils and tonsillectomy)  Whilst her breathing is drastically improved it will never be perfect.

Cuddles has undergone full bloods at Knox Vet.

Cuddles has undergone a major dental with 15 teeth removed at Knox Vet.

Cuddles has undergone ear infection treatment.

Cuddles is desexed, C5 vaccinated, is microchipped & up to date with her worming & flea prevention.


ARIA
 
To enquire about adopting Aria please email with how your home and lifestyle matches her furever home wishes.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number): info@pugrescue.org.au
  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Female Fawn Desexed Pug X
Microchip Number: #956000006227854
DOB: 13/05/2016
6.5kg 
RE108835
 
A princess if ever there was one….
Miss Aria likes to prance around and have fun….
And is excitedly now seeking her very own furever dad and/or mum…
 
Woo woo woo likes to say….
In her cute sassy way….
Is it time for walkies or dinner….
Or maybe chasey with puggy friends with Aria usually being the winner….
 
Over 2.5kg in weight lost…..
Which has helped a lot….
Along with Specialist airway surgery by Dr Ricky from MARS at Knox Vet – folded palatoplasty to shorten and thin her soft palate done, tonsillectomy and widening of her nares (nostrils) was done
Meaning she no longer struggles to breath when she runs around having fun….
A dental to give her fresh breath as well..
As having clean teeth is swell….
 
Aria has learnt to be sociable with other doggies and share…
Whilst in Pug Rescue foster care…
She now loves the companionship of puggy friends and no longer feeling the need to argue like she did with another female pug in her past life…
Which is something that got her into strife….  
 
Anyone interested in play fetch with me?….
Or maybe we can sit on the couch and just watch tv?
What about giving me a fruit or vegetable treat? 
I like carrots because they are sweet….
Anyone interested in adopting me to furever keep? 
 
 
 
Aria sleeps on an indoor doggy bed that she is happy to share with another pug.  She is also very happy to sleep/relax in a crate with or without another pug.
Aria is toilet trained.
Aria walks great on a lead and harness and isn’t reactive and is fine in the car.
Aria knows how to sit and wait and wait until told it’s ok to eat. 
Aria does like to try and tell animals off she spots on tv but this has been very much minimised in her foster home to no longer be an issue and she likes to seek out birds and possums, mice etc in the garden which again is not a big issues she is just more aware of them then other dogs are.

Aria’s furever home wishes:

♥ OTHER DOG – YES! Aria will not be rehomed as a single pug.  She has always had a pug companion.  She must have a home with a desexed, healthy, not overweight, well trained and very well socialised outgoing but non reactive male pug of a similar age to herself. (approx 4.5 years to 7 years old  Aria is not suited to being homed with another female pug nor suited to being homed with another breed of dog.  
♥ HUMANS – Aria is seeking humans that can provide her with good leadership.  She is extremely responsive to being shown the correct way to do things.
♥KIDS – Aria is suited to a home with older children approx 12+ She is not suited to a home that may in the future have babies/younger children. 
♥Aria with all of our pugs requires secure brick, timber or colourbond fencing.
♥CATS – No Aria is not suited to a home with cats nor small pocket pets.
♥Aria loves her walks and adventures and requires at least a 20 to 30 minute walk a day.
♥Not suitable for homes where she would be left without humans for 6+ hours a day on a regular basis.
♥Aria absolutely requires air-condition.
♥Access to the inside of her house 24/7 and an indoor bed.  
♥Aria needs a home with a yard. 

Medical notes:

Aria has lost over 2.5kg weight in our care (she was 9kg+ when she arrived and is now 6.5kg).

Aria has undergone  specialist airway surgery by Dr Ricky of Melbourne Animal Referral Services (folded palatoplasty to trim and reduce the thickness of her soft palate, widening of her nares/nostrils and tonsillectomy)  

Aria has undergone a major dental at Knox Vet.

Aria is desexed, C5 vaccinated, is microchipped & up to date with her worming & flea prevention.


Coco (Next to be listed – No enquiries yet)

To enquire about adopting Coco please email with how your home and lifestyle matches her furever home wishes.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number & photo of your existing pug): info@pugrescue.org.au

  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Female Fawn Pedigree Desexed Pug – kg
Microchip Number: #900079000018729
DOB: 15/06/2015
Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835

ADOPTION PROFILE COMING SOON… Coco was living outside and suffered anxiety. In Pug Rescue care she has undergone $3,500+ of vetwork including – xrays, major dental, specialist airway surgery and eye specialist treatment along with behavioural rehabilitation.  


BETTY BOOP (No more enquiries please)

To enquire about adopting Betty Boop please email with how your home and lifestyle matches her furever home wishes. Please also include a photo of your existing dog.    (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number): info@pugrescue.org.au

  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Female Salt & Pepper Desexed Pug x Poodle – 5.8kg
Microchip Number: #953010005615386
Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835
DOB: 11/08/2021

Hi I’m Betty Boop…
And yes I am very cute…
I’m a pug x poodle pup who loves to wrestle and play…..
And I can wear my hair in different ways…

I came into Pug Rescue’s care a few months ago because I missed out on learning appropriately…
Due to  being sold by a BYB to my well meaning previous family at just over 5 weeks of age unfortunately…
I thank my old family for knowing that coming into Pug Rescue care is the best thing they could for for me…

Pug Rescue has now taught me not to mouth and bite and I can now sit and wait and sit still…
I have learnt to socialise with other dogs and boy playing and wrestling gives me thrills…
Pug Rescue has helped me learn what I have missed out on…
And is exposing me to life and teach me right from wrong…

I love pottering around the house and yard and joining in…
Have you seen my toothy grin?..
Sometimes I help with the gardening….
By doing some plant pruning….

I absolutely love toys and absolutely love to play chasey and wrestle and play with my foster doggy siblings all the time…
I also love having cuddles and being told I’m a good girl and doing just fine….
I know how to sit and drop and I wait until I am told that I can eat my dinners too….
I’m also pretty good at holding still to have my fringe and face hairs trimmed so I see through….

Dr Laura at Knox Vet desexed me a little while ago and gave me my last puppy vaccination so all of my vet work is done….
And now it’s time to have fun….
And find myself a furever home that includes a doggy boy like me and a furever dad and/or mum….

Betty Boop is happy to be crated or sleep on a doggy bed.
Betty Boop is toilet trained but as she is still a pup may have a few accidents in a new home.
Betty Boop is learning to walk well on a lead and harness (she is not reactive) and is fine in the car.
Betty Boop knows how to sit, drop and wait. 
Betty Boop loves her clam shell pool.

Betty Boop’s furever home wishes:

♥OTHER DOG – YES! – Must have a healthy male scruffy pug x or oodle/oodle x type or maltese x type dog that looks similar to Betty Boop – that is desexed, well trained and well socialised, non reactive, non dominant, calm, healthy weight, aged between approx 1 to 3 years.  (Unfortunately Betty does not suit being homed with pure pugs, pug x’s that don’t look like her or other breeds of dogs that don’t look like her nor does she suit dogs much older then her)  Betty Boop absolutely thrives on the companionship and playing with other dogs.  Betty Boop is not suited to being   placed with another female dog.    
♥EXPERIENCED DOG OWNER HUMANS – Humans that can continue show her good leadership and continue with raising her into a well rounded girl and understand that she’s still a pup.  Betty Boop is seeking humans who can demonstrate with their existing dog that they understand what a healthy weight dog is and that vet care and training are top priorities.  Betty Boop requires humans who understand she requires regular face hair grooming/cutting.  Betty Boop requires humans that understand that she is still a puppy and will do puppy things.
♥KIDS – 6+ year olds.  Would would best suit a calm home with children who will not stir her up or accidental injure her.  
♥Betty Boop requires secure timber, brick or colourbond fencing.
♥CATS – Betty is ok with dog savy cats.  
♥EXERCISE – Betty Boop loves to play and wrestle constantly and also requires  requires at least a 20+ minute walk every day.  Plus other outings.  She does well on lead and harness but may still be a little unsure about things she hasn’t encountered before.
♥Not suitable for homes where she would be left without humans for 4+ hours a day on a regular basis.
♥Betty Boop absolutely requires air-condition.
♥Access to the inside of her house 24/7 and an indoor bed.  Betty Boop is happy to sleep in a doggy bed or crated with another pug.
♥HOUSE/UNIT/TOWN HOUSE/APARTMENT – Betty Boop would prefer a house/unit with a yard or a normal suburban home as she absolutely loves to run and wrestle and play.    

Medical notes:

Betty Boop has been desexed, fully C5 vaccinated, vet checked at Knox Vet, microchipped & up to date with her worming & flea prevention.


KENJI (No enquiries as yet please)

To enquire about adopting Kenji please email with how your home and lifestyle matches his furever home wishes.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number & photo of your existing pug): info@pugrescue.org.au

  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Male Black Pedigree Desexed Pug – 9.5kg
Microchip Number: #941000018951804
DOB: 13/03/2016
Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835

ADOPTION PROFILE COMING SOON… Kenji was used to breed with and then dumped at a major pound paralysed, weeing and pooing himself, with rotting teeth, infected ears, horrendus skin and with horrendus behavioural issues including anxiety.  In Pug Rescue care he has undergone $10,000+ of vetwork including – CT scan, specialist spinal surgery, specialist knee surgery, specialist airway surgery along with associated rehab along with mental rehabilitation.  


GREGORY (No enquiries as yet please)

To enquire about adopting Gregory please email with how your home and lifestyle matches his furever home wishes.   (Please include your Name, Email Address, Suburb & Phone Number & photo of your existing pug): info@pugrescue.org.au

  • ♦Please note that due to the large volume of daily adoption enquiries we receive, our volunteers are unable to respond to adoption enquiries that clearly do not match the clearly state furever home requirements  of each available pug/dog.

Please read our Adoption Process Here

Male Black Pedigree Desexed Pug – 7.5kg
Microchip Number: #98200405796748
DOB: 27/12/2016
Victorian Pet Exchange Register Source Number: RE108835

ADOPTION PROFILE COMING SOON… Gregory was inappropriately sold into a home with another two older male dogs which caused him to have same sex anxiety and behavioural issues including pack fights with the other males.  Due to both fighting and untreated ear infections he suffered with two perforated ear drums, which were never diagnosed or treated, for most of his life before coming in to Pug Rescue care.  Due to his perforated ear drums, being picked on by the other dogs in his home and massive anxiety Gregory would constantly spin in circles non stop.  In Pug Rescue care Gregory has undergone $8,000+ in vet work including several ear scopes and flushes, months of specalised ear drops and treatment along with specialist airway surgery and behavioural rehab including medication.  


 

 


 

 

AVAILABLE SOON:
  • NINJA 
  • HUNTER
  • DOLLAR
  • MUDDY

 


 
  • ♦ All applicants must be over the age of 18, reside in the state of Victoria, Australia.
  • ♦ To safeguard both our pugs and volunteers physical and psychological welfare we do not conduct interstate or overseas adoptions.

To enquire about adopting please email with how your home and lifestyle matches the furever home wishes of our available pugs: info@pugrescue.org.au

WHY WE RARELY PAIR OUR AVAILABLE PUGS/DOGS INTO COMES WITH EXISTING PUGS/DOGS OF THE SAME SEX: Same sex dog aggression/dominance 

SOME OF THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHY PUGS ARE BEST WITH PUGS: Comparative morphometric study of the mimic facial muscles of brachycephalic and dolichocephalic dogs