About Us: We are pug puppies breeder
Who We Are, Our Vision, Our Mission, What We Do
Pug puppies,Our vision is to stand in the position of the best breeder of Pug Puppies here in the state. Thereby only providing quality, good and healthy puppies for new families puppy
We aspire to become who we are and what we stand for. which is making families proud and happy. Our colored pug puppies will give you and your family happiness beyond your imagination
We belief our value will depend on the satisfaction of many families who visit our website and adopt puppies from us. It will not only end from adopting, but we shall become more valuable if these puppies serve there purpose to your family as pets.
What We do
What we do here in our nursery is simple. We breed healthy and well mannered pug puppies and french bulldog puppies. We produce this puppies with desiring colors to make sure our nursery comes first in breeding special colored pug puppies and French bulldog puppies here in the state. We also make sure all puppies adopted from us have the below characteristics.
* Serve their purpose in your home as pets
* Become a part of your family and behave well with other pets and kids
* Our puppies must be healthy, trained ti use their litter boxes and make a
* wonderful companion with you and your family.
Pug Breed Information
Description: The Pug is stubby and muscular with a wide chest, straight, very strong front legs and well-muscled hind legs. They receive their name “Pug” from the Latin word that means “clenched fist”. To communicate with humans Pugs make a grunting nasal noise, somewhat like a pig. Being snuggled down at your feet snoring or being close to you, but unobtrusive, are some of Pugs’ favorite activities. Pugs are a dog who tends to make people smile because they are convinced of their own importance. Pugs are adaptable, sociable and good-natured.
Other Names: Mops, Carlin
Type: Companion Dog
Height: 10 – 11 inches Weight: 13 – 18 lbs.
Colors: Silver, apricot, fawn or black, black mask and ears and black trace along back Coat: Fine, smooth, short and glossy
Temperament: Pugs are loyal, affectionate, quiet and docile, vivacious and teasing With Children: Yes, playful and loving With Pets: Yes, will get along well with other family pets and dogs. Special Skills: Family pet
Care and Exercise: Pugs needs special care during hot humid weather because of the short nose. Do not leave Pugs out in the hot sun. Nails and teeth need weekly attention. Pugs shed a lot and needs brushing at least twice a week. Bath as necessary. Wash the eyes two to three times a week. Needs more than required exercise for Toy dogs. Enjoys a romp outdoors, or a walk around the block. Training:Pugs respond well to basic training but needs a gentle hand. They will be sensitive to your tone of voice so harsh punishment is unnecessary. Learning Rate: High, Obedience – Medium, Problem Solving – Low
Activity: Indoors – Low, Outdoors – Low Living Environment: Suited to live in an apartment. An owner of a Pug should be a patient leader who desires a small, loving dog as a companion.
Health Issues: Overall healthy. Luxating Patellas, skin problem and epilepsy
Life Span: 12 – 14 years Litter Size: 2 – 5
Country of Origin: China History: The Pug is said to have originated in China around 400 B.C. and it is possible they may be a scaled down relative of the Tibetan Mastiff as they were once the the pet of Tibetan Monks. They were then taken to Holland during the 1500’s by Prince William of Orange who became William III of Britain. The breed was standardized in 1883 and the British Pug Dog Club was formed. American fanciers obtain most of their stock from England and they were accepted in 1885 by the AKC.
First Registered by the AKC: 1885 AKC Group: Toy Group Class: Toy Registries: AKC, ANKC, CKC, FCI (Group 9), KC(GB), UKC