Pug

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Fast Facts

  • Energy Moderate
  • Size Small
  • Trainability Determined

Fast Facts

  • Energy Moderate
  • Size Small
  • Trainability Determined
  • Overview

  • Pugs have a very amusing, distinctive look, with their adorable face wrinkles, bulging eyes, curly tail and pushed-back noses. Originally bred as companion dogs, Pugs have flourished as a breed for thousands of years. Throughout the centuries, Pugs have certainly retained their charming personalities and cheerful dispositions, and make perfect family dogs. They are always eager to be near their families and to please them in any way they can. These small-sized dogs are only somewhat active and therefore do well in living spaces small and large.

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  • Puggle

    The Puggle is a cross between a Beagle and a Pug that originated in the 1980s. They combine the Beagle’s boundless energy and the Pug’s warm, loving personality. Puggles also have the Beagle’s incredible sense of smell and desire to track, and the Pug’s slightly pushed-in face. They vary in color and size, but are consistently popular family dogs and easy to take care of and train.

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    • Size Small
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  • Chug

    Chug is a designer crossbreed between the Chihuahua and the Pug and it was originally produced in the USA in the early 2000s. Chug’s personality is like being goofy, running around all the time, or being loyal. This breed is very cuddly and playful but on the other hand it can be very territorial as well. Chug is a great watchdog; he will alert you at any time when he feels something suspicious. This breed doesn’t fit into a family with small children because, due to their tiny size, they can get hurt easily by excited children. With early socialization, Chugs can get along well with other pets if they are introduced to each other calmly and slowly. This silly goofball breed has a high energy level, so make sure they get enough daily walks and playtime. The size of the Chug is about 10 to 14 inches, and its weight is between 10 and 20 pounds.

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    • Size Small
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