If you are like most of the Puggle owners out there in the world today, you know that your dog is very bored during the day while you are at work trying to earn an honest living. Boredom for dogs can be just as detrimental to their health as it is for humans, so it is important to make sure that you try and give them some kind of entertainment during the day. (more…)
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The most important thing to remember when training your new Puggle is that you need to make sure you start the training program right away. You can’t waste any time after you bring home your new pupy for the first time because you need to get his or her body and mind adjusted to your schedule. A regular routine is helpful in getting your Puggle acclimated to their new surroundings. (more…)
A Puggle‘s personality is an interesting topic because the personalities of a Beagle and a Pug are actually quite different. Although Pugs like to run around and have fun at an early age, they usually end up turning in to house cats as they get older and spend most of their time lounging around the house. You basically have to force them to get up and do some exercise. The Beagle on the other hand is always running around and having a good time, which creates quite a juxtaposition when these two breeds are put together to make a new puppy. (more…)
A hybrid dog comes from parents of two different breeds of dog. Instead of being a purebred, a dog that comes from two different breeds of dog is known as a crossbreed. In many cases, crossbreeding two different types of dog actually creates a new breed of dog that may be healthier and stronger than both of the dog’s parents. (more…)
When people think of a hybrid, they think of taking two great breeds of animal and mixing them together to make something even better. This is exactly the thought process that is used when dog breeds such as the Puggle and the Beabull are created. The idea is that these four breeds of dog have some good qualities, but they also have some annoying traits that could be canceled out by breeding them with a type of dog with a different personality. (more…)
Whenever you decide to go with a unique breed of dog, you should realize that your dog is probably going to be rather different from any dog you had growing up or one that your friend has. Whether it is a Beabull, Puggle, or some other type of unique breed, you are likely to get a strange personality that adds to the excitement of owning a unique animal.
We’ve all seen the funny pictures of dog and owner looking alike. But have you ever wondered if having your dog has a hidden meaning or says more about your character and personality than you realize? We have some insight into what kind of people own certain breeds! There is no scientific proof of these findings…but it’s fun nonetheless!
French Bulldog owners tend to be fun and rather silly, always being the clown and life of the party. Although they do have a serious side, they would much rather laugh and joke around to be the center of attention. They are loving with a great sense of humor but can get jealous when the attention is not on them. They live life to the fullest and enjoy every minute of it.
Much like the French Bulldog, English Bulldog owners love life, laugh at the smallest things and are silly just for the fun of it. Though they come with a bit of a stubborn side, it pays off to their advantage as they never give up and are very determined. They are loyal and committed to their family while being romantic and loving. English Bulldog owners love to be active but would never pass up a good nap or a relaxing day on the couch.
Yorkshire Terrier owners are the solid, organized dog owners. They are very picky about how they do things and when they do them but are sure to always get things done correctly. They are a very independent group and are always willing to enter into a good debate with others. Yorkie owners keep a very clean house and dress to kill at all times. Bad hair days, although rare, are sure to ruin the day.
Beagle owners are the smiles of the dog owners world. They are always happy, love to meet new people and talk to whoever will listen. They love to have a good time and bring smiles, laughter and joy to everyone around them. Although they love to be active in sports and outdoors, they also love to relax and enjoy couch time.
Sharing some of the Beagle owner traits, Puggle owners have a zest for life that is hard to match. They are usually all smiles and love to laugh with their family and friends. They are adventurous and never turn down a chance to try something new. They also have a great sense of humor and will do anything to make their loved ones laugh.
Designer dog breeds such as the Puggle are becoming increasingly popular these days for several reasons. They have become very popular with celebrities, they tend to combine the best traits of two or more different breeds, and they are very attractive pets. However, there are many considerations to think about before purchasing an expensive hybrid dog; don’t purchase on the cuteness factor alone – puppies grow up!
Puggles are usually a cross between a Beagle and a Pug, but can also be the result of breeding two Puggles or a Beagle or Pug with a Puggle. Puggle puppies are particularly adorable because they have stocky bodies, curly tails and a face that has the shape of a Beagle’s with some of the wrinkles of a Pug. If you’re considering buying a Puggle, keep a few things in mind:
Puggles are excellent family dogs. They are friendly, sweet-tempered and excellent with even very small children. Their even temper means that Puggles rarely, if ever, snap and they will quickly adjust to any changes in the family structure, including the addition of other dogs or cats.
Puggles have a short, easy care coat, but they do shed year round and especially in the spring. You’ll want to brush your Puggle every week and bathe him several times a year to keep shedding under control. You will also need to clean the facial folds of your Puggle every week because they have the wrinkled skin folds of a Pug. You don’t want to risk skin infections or fungus.
One of the most endearing qualities of Puggles is their desire to be close to you all the time. If you want a constant companion, you may want to buy a Puggle. If, however, you are looking for an independent dog who will entertain himself for long stretches, you shouldn’t adopt a Puggle. He would become bored and look for ways to occupy himself that can lead to trouble. Chewing things and exploring your home are two traits that are related to the Beagle and can lead to broken possessions.
The very characteristics that make Puggles great family pets also mean they aren’t good guard dogs. Although they will bark any time someone comes to the door, they simply don’t have the personality to fight off an attacker or be aggressive. They bark because they want that stranger to come inside! They will happily wag their tail and great any stranger as a friend.
Puggles also require lots of activity. Most of these hybrid dogs have a strong desire to hunt and chase, so a nice long walk or a daily game of tug-of-war or fetch will help a great deal. If you’re going to buy a Puggle, you should have a fenced back yard or access to a dog park so that he can get rid of his excess energy in a safe and friendly way. These are pets that don’t do well cooped up in an apartment all day by themselves.
Almost all Puggles bark, usually to show excitement or to great people, but a few of them also bay, or howl, like Beagles. Be aware that you may buy a Puggle who expresses his dissatisfaction by baying – it’s an instinct that you can’t stop.
If you are looking for a friendly, devoted pet who will enjoy playing with you and taking walks every day, Puggles are an excellent choice. Keep in mind that they do require some regular care, such as brushing and facial cleaning. However, if you will be gone for long stretches of time every day or don’t have the desire to play with your dog daily, you may want to consider a less energetic breed that is willing to be a couch potato.
When you see a sign that says “Puggle Puppies for Sale,” talk to the breeder and ask about habits such as howling and how well the puppies have been socialized so that you get a puppy who is truly the best of both breeds!