Pug puppies are small dogs that typically weigh between 10-16 pounds at full maturity. At 8-12 weeks when most of our puppies are ready for their new homes, they tend to weigh between 4-8 pounds.
Pug puppies have a very distinguishable look with a short, Wrinkly coat, s compact curled tail, and squishy face with large dark eyes and blunt muzzle.
All our pug puppies have a playful and affectionate temperament. They tend to bond very closely with little children and love spending quality time. However, because they are an energetic puppy breed, they require daily exercise and play as well as consistent training.
Due to their small size and short muzzle, pug puppies require high-quality puppy food specifically formulated for small breeds. They need to eat several small meals a day to avoid bloat or other digestive issues. Fresh water should be available at all times.
Pug puppies may be prone to certain health issues due to their breed, including breathing difficulties, eye problems, and joint issues. It is important to get them from a reputable breeder such as ourselves and keep up with routine vet checkups.
Pug puppies need patient, constant training, and socialization from an early age. Create training, house training, and basic obedience are important for them to learn to help ensure they grow into well-adjusted, well-behaved adult dogs.
Step 1: Choose Puppy
Browse our website to find the puppy you want to bring into your family. All puppies listed on our website are available.
Step 2: Communication
Call, email, or text us with questions about your new puppy. Then you can set up an appointment to see puppies.
Step 3: Adopt/Reserve