TABLE 8:

Prevalence of pugs whose owners, of 550 pugs, had sought veterinary care for their pug’s abnormal gait, for wearing of the nails or the skin on the dorsum of the paws. Pugs with an abnormal gait included all pugs perceived by their owners to have a gait abnormality, and all pugs that were reported to wear down their nails and/or the skin on the dorsum of their paws independent of their owner’s perception of the gait

VariableNumber of positive answers in relation to the total number of answers for the question
Pugs perceived by their owners of having a chronic gait abnormality36/81 (44.4%)
Pugs with an abnormal gait48/149 (32.2%)
Pugs wearing down their nails31/115 (27.0%)
Pugs wearing down their nails to the extent they would bleed 9/19 (47.4%)
Pugs wearing down the skin on the dorsum of the paws to the extent they would bleed 8/18 (44.4%)