The Puggle is a hybrid or mongrel dog, a cross between the Beagle and Pug breeds. Although these dogs sometimes have the unfortunate status of “designer breed”, you can find them in the care of shelters and rescue groups. Remember to adopt. Puggles get along well with children and other dogs, and can be a great family companion. Just be aware that they may enjoy barking, and although they are intelligent and affectionate, they are not always willing to oblige when it comes to training.
The Puggle is a cross breed – a mixture of Pug and Beagle – rather than a breed per se. They need daily exercise and will enjoy a couple of 15-minute walks or playtime. They also require some special care to keep their skin folds and wrinkles clean and dry.Puggles are intelligent, but can be stubborn. Train them with positive reinforcement techniques, such as food rewards, praise and games.Puggles generally get along well with other dogs and pets, although they may chase smaller pets.Affectionate and gentle, the puggle can be an excellent companion for anyone, even first-time dog owners, and will get along well with children of all ages. Puggles are companion dogs and can suffer from separation anxiety when left alone for long periods.Puggles can adapt to any type of home, from a city flat to a suburban house. However, be careful if your home has noise restrictions – barking or howling is a common trait in Puggles.To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet shop.
The Puggle is the result of an accidental cross between a Pug and a Beagle, probably in the 1990s. The breed has become very popular, thanks to its novelty, sweet nature and cute appearance. Most litters are the result of first generation crosses between Beagles and Pugs, but there have been some crosses of Puggles with Puggles.