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Spencer the Pug

Spencer (ID 411540)

Spencer is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on April 8, 2015, so he's 16 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Spencer and I am an inquisitive boy. I love to explore and play. I love kids and I am looking for a family to love. I am very... [read more]

$1,875.00

Winston the Pug

Winston (ID 418338)

Winston is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 22, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

Winston is a special exquisite little boy. He is a show stopper and a little clown that is always showing off and loves to make you smile. He... [read more]

$2,050.00

Troy the Pug

Troy (ID 418345)

Troy is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 22, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Troy and I am an inquisitive boy. I love to explore and play. I love kids and I am looking for a family to love. I am an AKC Pug... [read more]

$2,050.00

Chloe Rose the Pug

Chloe Rose (ID 421019)

Chloe Rose is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 22, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Chloe Rose is looking for her forever home. Chloe Rose is a beautiful AKC Pug. She is bubbily and vivacious that she will sometimes do very... [read more]

$2,050.00

Applejack the Pug

Applejack (ID 417588)

Applejack is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 22, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

Applejack is handsome, obedient, and delightful. He is waiting to bring joy to your home! He is packed full of personality! He will be sure to be... [read more]

$2,095.00

Angus the Pug

Angus (ID 417597)

Angus is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 22, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

Angus is friendly, fun, and playful. He can't wait to jump into your arms and make you smile! He is happy-go-lucky and spoiled. He will surely be... [read more]

$2,095.00

Dougy the Pug

Dougy (ID 417670)

Dougy is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 1, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Dougy is feisty, inquisitive, and loveable! He is packed full of personality and does silly things for your attention. He is sure to be the center... [read more]

$2,095.00

Duff the Pug

Duff (ID 417673)

Duff is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 1, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Duff is a real show stopper! He is fluffy, funny and spoiled! He loves it when you rub his tummy and will give you lots of puppy kisses for doing... [read more]

$2,095.00

Benjamin the Pug

Benjamin (ID 417795)

Benjamin is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 8, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Meet Benjamin. He is an affectionate, playful intelligent gorgeous boy wherever he goes all eyes will be on him. Benjamin loves his outside time... [read more]

$2,095.00

Mack the Pug

Mack (ID 418142)

Mack is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 8, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi! This is Mack. He is a confident, adventurous, spunky little boy who thinks he is already a big boy you cant help but love him. Mack loves to... [read more]

$2,095.00

Max the Pug

Max (ID 422013)

Max is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 26, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Meet Max! He is a chunky little guy with lots of personality. He is friendly to everyone he meets, and he loves playing in the floor with the kids... [read more]

$2,095.00

Lake the Pug

Lake (ID 416561)

Lake is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on April 25, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

Lake is the perfect little boy full of energy to please his new family. He loves to play ball and chase your shoelaces. When it comes to snuggle... [read more]

$2,150.00

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Cody the Pug

Cody (ID 418588)

Cody is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 13, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

Stop right there! You have found your new baby boy. Cody is as adorable as a puppy can be. He will be sure to shower you with his puppy love... [read more]

$2,250.00

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Spanky the Pug

Spanky (ID 418603)

Spanky is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 13, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

How can you say no to this baby face? Spanky is just as silly as they come. He is always trying to catch your eye with his puppy tricks. He will... [read more]

$2,250.00

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Andy (Going To A New Home Soon!) the Pug

Reserved - Going home soon...Andy (Going To A New Home Soon!) (ID 418615)

Andy is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on June 13, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

This handsome fellow is Andy! He loves to play, but takes nap time very seriously. Most days, he can be found lounging on the couch, cuddling up... [read more]

"Arizona, here I come!"

Licorice (Going Home Soon) the Pug

Reserved - Going home soon...Licorice (Going Home Soon) (ID 420407)

Licorice is a female black Pug puppy.

She was born on June 11, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Licorice, and I am sweet as candy. There is never a dull moment around me, and I am always interested in everything going on in... [read more]

"Vermont is my new home!"

Ace the Pug

Ace (ID 417987)

Ace is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on April 28, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

Meet Ace! Isn’t he just gorgeous? He is such a sweet boy. He loves his toys especially stuffed animals and enjoys falling asleep in your arms... [read more]

$2,350.00

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Peanut the Pug

Peanut (ID 419588)

Peanut is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on June 22, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Peanut is such a sweet boy and would love to be your best friend for life. Imagine all the fun you'll have with this cutie. You can take him for... [read more]

$2,350.00

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Logan the Pug

Logan (ID 419592)

Logan is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on June 22, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

“Bonjour, my name is Logan. I am ready to go on my adventures with you! I'm just learning to walk but I'm looking for a great home to explore. I... [read more]

$2,350.00

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Bugsy the Pug

Bugsy (ID 419602)

Bugsy is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on June 22, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

“Playing is my favorite! I’m an active puppy that enjoys company. I can’t wait to see my new home. To cheer up after a long day, puppy... [read more]

$2,350.00

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Peter the Pug

Peter (ID 419669)

Peter is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 22, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

"My name is Peter and I'm looking for a great home. I am raised around kids ages 5 though 12. I am ready to go on my adventures with you! I love... [read more]

$2,350.00

Mercury the Pug

Mercury (ID 421048)

Mercury is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Mercury, a black Pug. I am very playful and always underfoot because I can't stand to be away from my human. I am a very loving cuddly... [read more]

$2,975.00

Nickel the Pug

Nickel (ID 421057)

Nickel is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Nickel! I am an energetic little boy that loves to play and cuddle. I'm looking for my forever home so I can make you incredibly happy... [read more]

$2,975.00

Capone the Pug

Capone (ID 413895)

Capone is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

Capone is quite the loving companion. He will make you wonder how you ever got along without him. He will surely make you smile with all his... [read more]

$3,025.00

Jada the Pug

Jada (ID 413896)

Jada is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Dog lovers, you’re in for a treat! Jada is a beautiful puppy. She is the perfect pup for any family searching for a lifelong companion. Jada is... [read more]

$3,025.00

Diesel the Pug

Diesel (ID 413897)

Diesel is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

Meet Diesel! Diesel is a playful, little guy that is super friendly. He can't wait to meet you. He just knows you'll love him as much as he'll... [read more]

$3,350.00

Serenity the Pug

Serenity (ID 413883)

Serenity is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

This cutie is Serenity! She’s just a doll. Her coat is soft to the touch. Just one look into those eyes and you’ll be in love. Serenity loves... [read more]

$3,395.00

Brooklyn the Pug

Brooklyn (ID 413894)

Brooklyn is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

She is a precious, perfect puppy! Meet Brooklyn. She is the lifelong companion you’ve been looking for. She loves to be held and spoiled. When... [read more]

$3,395.00

Abe the Pug

Abe (ID 421032)

Abe is a male silver fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 7, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Abe. I'm a rare silver purebred Pug. I am playful and a fun-loving baby. I love to cuddle and love unconditionally. I am very playful and... [read more]

$3,395.00

Lincoln the Pug

Lincoln (ID 421038)

Lincoln is a male silver fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 7, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Lincoln. I'm a very beautiful and rare silver purebred Pug. I'm looking for my forever home, so I can give you joy and make you smile. I... [read more]

$3,395.00

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Oliver (Going Home To The Warnock's!) the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new home!Oliver (Going Home To The Warnock's!) (ID 412760)

Oliver is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on May 5, 2015, so he's 12 weeks old now.

This little guy is quite the loving companion. He will make you wonder how you ever got along without him. He will surely make you smile with all... [read more]

The talk of Ohio!

Darby (Found His Forever Home!) the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new home!Darby (Found His Forever Home!) (ID 417672)

Darby is a male fawn Pug puppy.

He was born on June 1, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Darby can't wait to jump into your arms! He is a wonderful playmate and is very well mannered. He would love to give you tons of puppy kisses! He... [read more]

Unofficial mascot of California!

GiGi the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new homeGiGi (ID 417550)

GiGi is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm GiGi. I'm inquisitive and energetic. I never meet a stranger. I love to hang out with my family and their friends the tropical birds, and... [read more]

$2,150.00

Alexis the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new homeAlexis (ID 417943)

Alexis is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

"Hi! My names is Alexis. As you can see I'm a well-mannered girl who loves the great outdoors. Playing with my friends, kitties and big dogs in... [read more]

$2,150.00

Turbo (I Found A Home!) the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new home!Turbo (I Found A Home!) (ID 417595)

Turbo is a male black Pug puppy.

He was born on June 8, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Turbo! I got my name from just daring my littermates to catch me. I curl my little tail up over my back and off I go! I am a... [read more]

Unofficial mascot of California!

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Pickles (Alyvia & Kathryne's New Baby Girl) the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new home!Pickles (Alyvia & Kathryne's New Baby Girl) (ID 419573)

Pickles is a female apricot fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on June 22, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

Wow! Pickles is simply precious and loves to lick! You just can't go wrong choosing her. She's the breed's true definition! Pickles has been... [read more]

The talk of California!

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Gracie (Going Home To The Westfall' S) the Pug

Unavailable - Found a new home!Gracie (Going Home To The Westfall' S) (ID 419580)

Gracie is a female fawn Pug puppy.

She was born on June 22, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

Meet Gracie! This adorable puppy is a dream come true. Gracie is a very happy, loving puppy that wants nothing more than to be your best friend.... [read more]

"Georgia, here I come!"

Welcome

Thinking of adopting a Pug puppy as the newest family member? A Pug is one of the most easily recognizable breeds in the world. These dogs are famous for their friendliness, expressive eyes, lively nature, compact bodies, and very short snouts. Pugs are also known for their wrinkly face that a lot of people find extremely adorable. They can also be very sweet to their owners. If you’re looking for Pug puppies for sale, we invite you to our selection of top-of-the-line Pug breeders.


Find Pug Puppies for Sale

Looking for Pug puppies for sale can be very exciting for aspiring dog parents. But sometimes, being overeager to adopt your desired puppy can make you vulnerable to poor choices, especially when it comes to selecting a proper breeder. We understand the value of the special relationship between a dog and its master and we want to help you find Pug puppies that will bring you utmost satisfaction. With our network of reliable breeders, you do not have to look anywhere else for the best Pug for sale. Start browsing now and have fun!


Breed Summary

A dog-owner relationship is one of the best connections anyone can experience. We strive to keep it that way by making sure that aspiring owners are provided with complete Pug dog breed information.

The very first quality of Pugs that you may find appealing is their distinguished appearance. Classified as one of the Toy breeds, Pugs are very popular in-house pets. They can also be very spirited show dogs who love to show off. Despite their size, they are almost always full of energy, making them very playful. Just like other dog breeds, being driven by human companionship is one of a Pug’s characteristic.


Perfect Matched Breed

We recommend you choose only a purebred Pug puppy from certified Pug breeders. A purebred Pug puppy has a distinctive appearance that any dog-lover would appreciate. What he lacks in size, he makes up for in his energy and affection. This is what you should expect from our perfectly matched Pug puppies. If you wish to learn more about finding the perfectly matched pup, you can read about our happy puppy placement. Your dream Pug adoption is closer now than you think!


Facts - Overview

Here in our company, we are more than willing to provide future dog parents with all the essential Pug breed info. This is one of our commitments to ensure a happy and fulfilling relationship with your dog. In history, the Pug dog breed helped represent status.

The most notable features of Pugs include their prominent eyes and a flat face that resembles a human fist. This is why it is a common belief that the name Pug originated from the Latin word “pugnus”, which means “fist”. They are small and have burly bodies; perfect for living inside apartments and households without spacious areas. The bodies of purebred Pugs have coats with the color of either black or different shades of “fawn”. They also have a distinctive black “mask” that covers a region of the facial area. Of course, this mask is not noticeable in black Pugs.

When it comes to a Pug’s personality, they are known to be very loyal and affectionate creatures. They are cheerful, energetic, and also very intelligent. However, their playful nature can make them a little more challenging to train than other breeds. But once you get their attention when training, they can quickly learn impressive tricks such as play dead, rollover, high five, and the all-time favorite; sit.

Pugs show their affection by being close with their human companions. Expect them to follow you around, get between your feet, or jump onto your lap. This is one of their most adorable traits. Fortunately, it is easy to keep a Pug’s skin healthy for constant petting.Since they have a relatively short coat, grooming them can be easy with little maintenance.

Overall, Pugs are suitable for individuals and families who want a new member that’s sweet, easy to maintain, lively, and small. If you want to learn more, you can read more about their personality, grooming needs, and personality.


Facts - Personality

A Pug’s personality has a lot of childlike traits that most dog parents find charming. Although they are not built for fulfilling duties such as hunting or retrieving, they can easily be the best choice for the companionship they offer. They are full of energy, affectionate, loyal, and willful. Their small size makes them suitable for being carried and snuggled with. They are usually very friendly towards people especially if treated with love and proper care.

High Energy:

The first thing you may notice in a Pug puppy is their high energy. They rarely hide in a corner and shy away from human contact, especially if they’re well taken care of. This, in addition to their adorable appearance, easily makes them one of the best play partners.

Socially Sensitive:

If they want to play, they sometimes like to relax and just rest on your lap. They do this especially if they know you’re doing something else such as studying or watching a film. They are often laid-back when you need them to, or highly energetic if you want to play.

Affectionate:

They are rarely loud while playing, but they surely are full of energy. They can be comical, thanks to their distinctive features and expressive eyes. Furthermore, they love to hang around where there are people, especially to its owners.

Intelligent:

A Pug’s temperament is easy to understand. They want to use their energy to play, explore, and socialize.They are smart and if you know how to get their attention, you can take advantage of their liveliness to make training easier.


Facts - Care

Puppies, just like young children, require proper care for a healthy development. Thankfully, there is nothing difficult even for a new dog parent when it comes to Pug care. The Pug breed is regarded as relatively low-maintenance. They do not need a lot of space indoors and can also be walked or even carried outside. Thankfully, they are also a breed that isn’t “yappy”. Even though they’re playful, their energy is easily manageable.

When it comes to Pug puppy care, it is essential for them to get enough sleep for growth and overall health. Since they naturally have high energy, you need frequent play sessions in a cool environment. Remember that their flat snouts are not ideal for high heat and too much humidity, which is why it is encouraged to allow them to get their exercise indoors.

Be mindful of your Pug puppy’s eyes during play. Since their eyes are bulgy and large in relation to their faces, allowing them to play alone unattended might get them injured. Thankfully, they are very entertaining to watch, so you can take it as an opportunity to relieve your own stress. It is also important to monitor their food intake since they are enthusiastic eaters despite their small build.


Facts - Grooming

Apperance

Pugs have one of the most memorable looks in all dog breeds. They are very popular for families and dog shows. Their cartoonish appearance has also earned them a place in some movies and various animations. They have extremely short muzzles, bulging eyes, and wrinkly faces with an almost “worried” expression. They also usually have black or fawn colored coats, black “masks”, smooth fur, and silky soft ears.

Size and Weight

Being classified as a toy breed, Pugs are known to be quite small. The height of male Pugs can be between 12 and 14 inches while females stand between 10 and 12 inches. They can weigh anywhere around 13 to 20 pounds; limited to a maximum of 18 pounds for female pugs. Despite their size, they love to eat. This contributes to their stocky bodies. Problems related to their weight gain can easily be avoided by controlling their meals and treats.

Coat and Color

Their coat is smooth and short, but they also shed quite a lot. Their bodies are usually colored black or in any shade of fawn such as apricot-fawn, silver-fawn, and so on. They almost always have a black mask that covers their entire nose and mouth region. Along the length of their backs, there is usually a visible “trace” of black fur. When it comes to their masks, there used to be the “Morrison” Pugs and “Willoughby” Pugs. The Morrison Pugs have a more defined black mask on the nose and a clearer trace at the back. The Willoughby Pugs, however, have a less visible trace. Their masks also cover a broader area of their face than Morrison Pugs. As these two types of Pugs interbred through the years, most pugs today have a combination of their traits.

Grooming Needs

It is incredibly easy to learn how to groom your Pug. Given their short fur and small bodies, Pugs have no need for special trimmings. They tend to shed well themselves so there’s also no need to trim their coats. The use of fragrant dog soaps or shampoos is also not a crucial part of Pug grooming since they do not usually have odor. The only thing you need to remember is to brush them regularly.


Facts - Health

Would-be dog parents need to learn the proper Pug nutrition to make sure their companions remain healthy and lively. For a dog their size, they have a fairly long lifespan of 12 to 14 years. But since they are prone to weight problems, it is important to control their food intake to only ½-1 cup of high-quality kibble, twice per day. They may have tendencies to beg for more food since they truly love eating. This in addition to lack of exercise can easily lead to obesity. Aside from food, the next thing they desire is human interaction. So you should use vigorous play to give them exercise while staying indoors.

A common issue regarding a Pug’s health is their protruding eyes. Without proper attention, they might get eye injuries and irritations given their playfulness. Possible eye problems include keratoconjunctivitis sicca, proptosis, and entropion. Also pay special attention to their eyes when bathing to prevent soap and shampoo from getting in.

Finally, Pugs may suffer from hereditary health conditions such as hemivertebrae or “screwtail”that may also affect the spine. They could also develop necrotizing meningoencephalitis, which is an irreversible inflammation in the Pug’s brain. To help spot these potential health problems early, it is advised for you to perform weekly to bimonthly checkups.


Facts - History

Part of the joys of being a dog parent is learning and appreciating the long Pug history. The history of Pugs dates back to more than 2,000 years. Originating from China, they were the preferred companion for royal families as well as monks in China and various parts of Europe. They were also referred to as the Dutch Bulldog, Dutch Mastiff, and the Chinese Pug.

In the age of Chinese dynasties, Pugs were the favorite dog companions of powerful leaders and were also given as gifts. The popularity of Pugs eventually made their way into Tibet where they served as companions to monks. There was also evidence that Pugs also reached Japan from China.

In the 16th century, Pugs were introduced to Europe by the Dutch East India Company who traded them from China. Back then, Pugs were also called “Mopshond”, which is still uncommonly used to this day. The unique and apparently, royal appearance of Pugs made them favorites among royal families in Europe. They were also named the official dog of the House of Orange in Hollandafter a Pug supposedly saved the life of Prince William.

From then on, the Pug’s popularity in Europe and the rest of the world grew. Pugs were also known by many names aside from the ones mentioned above. Examples are Carlin, Dogullo, Mops, and Caganlino.


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