The Puggle is a mix between the Beagle and Pug dog breeds. He’s become fairly popular, thanks to his fun-loving personality and cute looks.


Although he’s intelligent and loving, he’s not always eager to please when it comes to training

Adult Weight 13-16
Adult Height 18-30
Life Expectancy 10-15 yrs
Maintenance Hip dysplasia, Cherry Eye, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Glaucoma, Intervertebral Disk Disease, Distichiasis, Hypothyroidism, Stenotic Nares,
Training Puggles are intelligent but can be stubborn. They’ll respond best to training that uses positive reinforcement techniques such as food rewards, play, and praise.
Coat The Puggle has a short, smooth, double coat. The undercoat is short and dense, covered by a slightly longer topcoat. Colors include fawn, red, tan, lemon, black, or any of those colors with white (known as particolor). Some Puggles have black masks on the face.
Character He gets along with kids and other dogs, and can make a great family companion. Just be aware that the Puggle may enjoy barking.
Activity Give your Puggle a couple of 15-minute walks or playtimes every day.
Care Puggles shed, like both their parent breeds. Brush your Puggle weekly to get rid of excess hair. Bathe him only as needed, but be sure to keep the folds on his skin and around his muzzle and eyes free of dirt, debris, and moisture to prevent infections. After a bath, it’s very important to dry thoroughly between any folds.

Available Puggle Puppies