Archive for the Puggle Category


Pug Rat Terrier Mix

Is it me or are Pugs involved in more mix breeds than any other dog. If it’s not a Puggle it’s something else.  I guess the Pug is somewhat ideal for mixxing with its size, curly tale, compact body and that mug. This little mutt in the picture is a Rat Terrier Pug mix, a […]

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Pug Basset Hound Mix

Take two dogs with a lot of character, Pug and Basset Hound, in their looks and mix them up and what a fun looking dog you get. You know this dog was going to be sturdy, short legged and probably have a curled tail. With the facial expression this pup has, I think Puggle fanciers […]

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What is a Puggle?

A Puggle is the result of breeding a female Beagle with a male Pug. Puggles were first bred in Wisconsin, where dog breeder Wallace Haven experimented with various crossbreeds in the 1980s. He mixed together a Pug and a Beagle, and was introduced to a small, energetic, and healthy dog. Puggle are registered with the […]

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Lilly the Boxer Dachshund Mix

Lilly is a 12 week old Dachshund Boxer mix. She has the fantastic long Dachshund body and perfect Dachshund ears…paired wonderfully with her Boxer snout. This is the first mix breed in her family. The vet thinks that she looks mostly boxer, however her ears and long body are definitely dachshund! Nobody is sure how […]

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Poodle Pug Mix

The Pug seems to mix well with so many breeds. It may be the big wide set eyes or the short square, dark snout or both. No matter what, they mix well and a mix with a poodle makes for a cute blend. Here’s a cute article about Pugs: 7 Reasons Why You Should Own Pugs

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Basset Hound Pug Mix

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This little guy is a Basset Hound Pug Mix. He turned out rather close to a Puggle in looks.  Don’t you love how many mutts where socks?

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Beagle + Pug = Puggle

The Puggle might be one of the more popular “designer mutts”.  The Puggle might be one of the more popular “designer mutts”.  The offspring of a female Beagle with a male Pug, Puggles tend to take the color of the pug, ears of a Beagle, tail of a pug, while the snout tends to be […]

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