Basic Information

Breed Group
Not AKC Recognized
Black,Black and Tan,Brown,Red,White
25 - 35 Pounds
14 - 16 Inches



The Puggle is a relative newcomer to the dog world and since they first appeared on the scene these little dogs have become one of the most popular crossbreeds around. They are a cross between a Beagle and a Pug and were bred in America during the eighties when they joined the list of other "designer dogs". They have become popular over recent times thanks to the fact they’ve inherited many of their parent breeds physical traits which includes the endearing looks of both the Pug and the Beagle. This together with their often mischievous natures has seen Puggles find their way into the hearts and homes of people the world over. They are not yet recognised by international breed clubs which includes The Kennel Club, but many Puggle breed clubs have been set up both here in the UK and elsewhere in the world with an end goal being to breed healthy dogs.

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The Puggle first appeared on the scene in America back in the eighties and are the result of crossing a Pug with a Beagle. Over time, these charming little dogs have become popular throughout the world which includes here in the UK and for good reason. Puggles have inherited many of their parent breed traits, although how a puppy turns out is pretty much luck of the draw because the breed is still so young.

For the last 30 years or so, responsible breeders have started taking extra care when choosing their stud dogs with an end goal being to breed healthier Puggles. Hopefully, this means there will be less chance of a Puggle developing any of the hereditary health issues that affect both the Pug and the Beagle. Although some Puggles can look more like a Pug and others more like a Beagle with some being a lovely mixture of the two, the one constant is the fact that these little dogs boast extremely kind, affectionate natures and as a result they remain among the most popular cross breeds around today.

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