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Puggle Puppy

By Tempie Willy

If you are thinking of getting a Puggle puppy for yourself, then you might want to first try to find out everything there is to know about a Puggle. This would provide you with a solid foundation regarding what can be done to nurture your new Puggle puppy and what to look forward to as your small puppy matures into an adult dog.

The first and the foremost thing that should be noted is that a mature Puggle is almost of the same height as a Puggle puppy, i.e. 13-15 inches in height and about 14-20 pounds in weight. This means that you can easily keep your fully grown Puggle dog in our lap just like you use to keep him in your lap when he was a small puppy (unless of course it is in a mood to play and refuses to sit in your lap!)

A Puggle is basically a cross between Beagle and a Puggle dog. A true purebred Puggle puppy needs to be bred from a purebred Beagle mother and a pure bred Pug father. The result of such a cross breeding is a Puggle that can features of both the Beagle mother and the Pug father.

If you are bored by monotonicity in the color of dogs, then you would be happy to find out that a Puggle puppy comes in various different colors such as tan color, beige, silver, black and sometimes even a fawn and a white spotted mix. The hair on your new Puggle puppy would generally be short and smooth and would require very little grooming.

Puggles also have the wrinkled face and droopy ears characteristics that their parents showcase and also have a tendency to be stocky and short, with a curly wiggly tail. A Puggle is a pet that strives on love and it requires more time spent on love and affection than on grooming.

A Puggle puppy is very affectionate in nature and is full of energy, it loves to play and that is why it makes a great family member especially if there are young children around to play with. If they are introduced to the concept of socializing at an early age, Puggle puppies can be very social and friendly in nature.

However it is advised not to mistake this friendliness as anything more than a good temperament, as Puggles can be easily rained to become good watch dogs. Even though they do not howl like their Beagle mother, they can surely give a warning bark if they happen to see a stranger wandering by.

Even though Puggles are very energetic and also highly mischievous, they are very intelligent and highly trainable. They also have good listening skills and are surely bound to their masters.

The best traits about your Puggle puppy however, all lies in his adorable features. The wrinkled-up appearance and the droopy ears make your Puggle puppy a truly captivating puppy and not one to be overlooked by anyone.

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