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Pug Puppies

Courageous ~ Loving ~ Loyal ~ Playful

Small, goofy, and completely charming, the Pug puppy is one of the best additions to your family. These gorgeous puppies are renowned for their unconditional love and adoring personalities. They are the type of dogs everyone can't help but love. They are friendly, playful, cuddly, and truly delightful around everyone they meet. They make excellent companion pets for families with children, singles, and seniors. Adopt a Pug puppy at Seaside Pups today and enjoy a lifetime of giggles and affection.

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Courageous, Loving, Loyal, Playful

Adult Weight 14-25 lbs
Adult Height 10-11 in
Life Expectancy 12-15 yrs
Rating 5.0 ( reviews)
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Pug Breed Info

Pug Breed Info

The Pug is a small but mighty breed that is loved by many for its charm and personality. Originally from China, Pugs were bred to be companions and have been adored by humans for centuries. They are a member of the toy group, with a weight range of 14-25 pounds and a height of around 10-11 inches. 

Pugs are known for their wrinkly, squished faces, and their curly tails. Their expressive eyes and lovable personalities only add to their appeal. Despite their small size, Pugs are sturdy and resilient dogs, making them great for families with children. 

One of the most endearing qualities of the Pug is its easy-going temperament. They are friendly and sociable dogs that love nothing more than spending time with their humans. Pugs are known to be playful and curious. They are also adaptable and can do well in a variety of living situations, including apartments and larger homes. 

While Pugs may not be the most athletic breed, they do require regular exercise to keep them healthy and happy. They enjoy short walks and playtime, and they can also benefit from mental stimulation activities like puzzles and training.