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The Puggle is an intelligent breed with a playful personality, and loves to be around people and other animals alike. They do require plenty of attention, but will reward loyal owners with years of devoted companionship.

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The Puggle is an intelligent breed with a playful personality, and loves to be around people and other animals alike. They do require plenty of attention, but will reward loyal owners with years of devoted companionship.

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Puggle puppies for sale – Concord

Six Puggle puppies looking for forever homes. 3 males and 3 females We take pride in ensuring our Puggle puppies are healthy, vaccinated, and given the best care from birth. Our Puggle puppies boast a unique blend of traits – from the Pug's endearing wrinkled face to the Beagle's energetic and curious spirit. They are the perfect companions for families, individuals, or anyone seeking a loyal, affectionate, and fun-loving furry friend. With their cute, expressive eyes and playful antics, these pups will surely steal your heart. Don't miss the opportunity to bring home one of these charming Puggle puppies and experience the joy they bring into your life! Each Puggle is raised in a nurturing environment, ensuring they're well-socialized and ready to become a cherished part of your family. In picture from left to right 1.Female (pink collar) 2.Male (blue collar) 3.Male (black collar) 4. Female (brown collar) 5. Male (yellow collar) 6. Female (purple collar) Each is microchipped, wormed and vaccinated.

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Six x puggle pupies born 15 September

6 x Puggle puppies born 15th September will be looking for forever homes once 8-10 weeks old. (Beagle x pug) 3 females - purple, white and dark brown collar 3 males - blue, light brown and yellow collar If you think you can provide and care for these little bundles of joy you can express your interest and choose from photos and put down a deposit for a guaranteed pet that will love you as much as do do it. Mother is a beagle and father is a pug.

Joe


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***Ready for forever homes starting today! priced to sell!! Aussie pugs for sale!!! These beautiful puppies will be ready for their forever homes on the 23/06/23 bringing the best of both Aussie cattle dog and pug, these little guys have the health and durability of the cattle dog with the cuteness and companionship of the Pug. All have been raised with love and care and will be suited to any and all family dynamics. especially good with other pets!   CALL JAMES 0431 682 518

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Puggle puppy for sale

This little guy was born on the 13th February.  He has had both first and second vaccinations. Is microchipped up to date with worming and vet checked.  He is an awesome little fella and is looking for his forever home. Feel free to contact me on 0409831776 if u are interested.  He is the last puppy from a litter of 9

Angela Austin


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Sought after Puggle Puppies looking for their fur ever home! These puppies are in demand for the following reasons: -Very little shedding -Highly intelligent -Easy to train -Fantastic with children -Great all around family dog! Get in quick to secure your fur ever friend!!! Call for more information & to view pups!

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The Ultimate Puggle Guide

About Puggle

Fun, charming and cute – the Puggle has all three qualities in spades. Puggles are the offspring of a Beagle and a Pug, resulting in dogs with an enthusiastic, outgoing disposition. They’ve earned the nickname of “miniature mastiff” due to their wrinkly faces and shortened snouts.

Lifespan

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10 to 15 years

Weight

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6 to 13 kg

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33 to 38 cm

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Puggles need weekly brushing at minimum to keep their coat healthy. A slicker brush or grooming mitt should be used to remove any loose fur or dirt. A soft bristle brush may also be used on occasion to help distribute natural oils throughout the dog’s coat.

Origins

The exact origin of the Puggle is not known, but it is believed to have been first developed in Wisconsin by breeder Wallace Havens. There are differing accounts of when it actually happened, but we do know that Havens crossed a female Beagle with a male Pug.

The result was a hybrid dog with an adorable face, compact body, floppy ears and an outgoing personality.

Despite being relatively new, Puggles are becoming increasingly popular as companion animals due to their intelligence and loyalty. They are great family dogs as they love to be around children and get along well with other pets. They also require less exercise than many other breeds, making them ideal for those who live in apartments or don’t have much time for walks or playtime.

The popularity of Puggles has resulted in breeders and enthusiasts working to develop a breed standard. While not officially recognised as a distinct breed, eventually the Puggle may earn that designation if breeding lines become stable enough.

Key Characteristics Of Puggles

Are Puggles Family-Friendly?

Yes! Puggles tend to be energetic yet gentle, making them great family companions as well as excellent watchdogs due to their alertness and intelligence.

They may chase smaller pets, so introducing them to any other animals in the household at an early age is advisable.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Puggles may suffer from:

Hypothyroidism

Cherry eye

A condition where the gland of the third eyelid prolapses, becoming visible as a red, swollen mass in the corner of the eye.

Nature / Temperament

Sweet, Playful, Intelligent, Affectionate, Adaptable

Suitable Environment

Puggles are relatively small dogs, though not exactly toy-sized – but they’re still able to fit nicely into most homes, and do well in apartments. However, you may want some extra room in case your dog decides to jump up onto the furniture or climb into bed with you.

They’re energetic dogs, so they need a space to run around and explore. While a fenced yard is ideal, many Puggle owners get by with dog parks and walking trails.

It’s important to keep your Puggle on a leash, as they do have a tendency to wander off when left unattended.

Other Considerations

● Puggles can howl if they’re left alone for too long – a trait they inherit from their Beagle parent.

● Some Puggles are known to be stubborn because of their high intelligence.

● While Puggles love the company of people, they aren’t as sensitive to being left alone as other companion dog breeds.

How can I take good care of my Puggle?

Nutrition

Puggle puppies should be fed premium dog food that is appropriate for puppies. There are three main components that your Puggle will need: proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Look for high-quality sources of protein such as beef, pork, lamb, chicken or fish.

Puppies should also be provided with plenty of fresh water throughout the day.

Most Puggle puppies will typically require meals 3 to 4 times a day, depending on how much they eat for each meal. A balanced diet is essential for maintaining the Puggle’s health and well-being so it’s important to get nutritional advice from your veterinarian before deciding on a food plan.

Grooming

Puggles have a short, smooth, double coat, so their grooming needs are only moderate in comparison to dogs with longer fur. They can shed significantly, so regular brushing is important to keep their fur healthy and shiny.

Exercise

The recommended amount of exercise for a Puggle can vary depending on their age, size, weight and overall health. However, in general, an adult dog should receive at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise each day. This can include activities like walking, jogging or playing fetch with a ball or frisbee.

Exercise should be tailored to suit your particular dog’s individual needs – if they are particularly high-energy then longer periods of activity may be necessary.

As Beagles have strong hunting instincts, Puggles often enjoy the same types of activities – consider taking them on a “sniffari” where they are allowed to explore wherever their nose may lead them.

Training

As with any mixed-breed pup, their training needs will depend largely on their individual temperament and personality. However, there are some general guidelines that can be followed to ensure your Puggle grows up to be gentle and calm.

As with any puppy, the earlier you start training them the better as it helps them develop good habits and establish rules in the house more easily. It’s recommended that you begin basic obedience training when your pup is around 8 weeks old.

Introducing your Puggle puppy to new people, animals, environments and experiences will help them become well-rounded dogs who can handle different situations with ease.

Take your pup on walks to parks or other public places where they can meet other people and dogs in a safe environment as well as get used to unfamiliar sights and sounds.

Some owners enrol their Puggle puppies in training classes. If you do, ensure that the training methods are based on positive reinforcement.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Puggle Questions

No, Puggle puppies should not live outdoors. They need to be housed inside with their owners because they are a small breed and can easily become cold or sick if exposed to the elements for long periods of time.

Additionally, they need socialisation and companionship from humans, which is best provided when living indoors.

Puggles are generally easy to housetrain, though like all puppies, they can take some time and patience.

It is important to establish consistent rules and routines with your pup from the start, such as taking them outside regularly and rewarding them for going in the right spot. You may also need to be prepared for accidents while training as puppies are still learning how to control their bladders.

When looking for a Puggle for sale, it’s better to rely only on ethical, responsible breeders. Puggle puppies from good breeders will have a better chance of turning out to be happy, healthy adults.

The average cost of Puggles is typically between AUD $800 and $1500.

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