Getting to know what kind of a dog a Puggle is, is the first step towards buying a Puggle as a pet. This would provide you with a whole new outlook on how to deal with your new puppy and what things you need to look out for when your small puppy grows up into a big Puggle dog.
The first thing you should understand is that Puggles do not gain much height or weight while growing up, your Puggle will most likely weigh 14-20 pounds and have a height of 13-15 as an adult, the same as that of a puppy. This means that even a full grown and matured puppy will look just like he was as a puppy, and can easy taken to places in a cart or keep on laps without any kind of problems (unless of course they refuse to stay still and want to play!).
A Puggle is basically a cross between Beagle and a Puggle dog. A true purebred Puggle puppy needs to be bred from a purebred Beagle mother and a pure bred Pug father. The result of such a cross breeding is a Puggle that can features of both the Beagle mother and the Pug father.
If you are bored by monotonicity in the color of dogs, then you would be happy to find out that a Puggle puppy comes in various different colors such as tan color, beige, silver, black and sometimes even a fawn and a white spotted mix. The hair on your new Puggle puppy would generally be short and smooth and would require very little grooming.
Puggles also have the wrinkled face and droopy ears characteristics that their parents showcase and also have a tendency to be stocky and short, with a curly wiggly tail. A Puggle is a pet that strives on love and it requires more time spent on love and affection than on grooming.
A Puggle puppy is a power packed pet and just loves to play, and this is the reason why they make good family pets, especially if the family consists of young children who are eager to play with the puppy. Even though Puggles are very friendly, they can be more social if they are introduced to the concept at a very early age.
A Puggle puppy has a good temperament but that does not mean that they cannot be used as guard dogs, once they are adequately trained and nurtured for this task. Although a Puggle would not bark like a beagle, it would surely give you a warning bark if it sees any stranger wandering near your house.
Your Puggle puppy apart from being cute, cuddly, and energetic and mischief prone is also very intelligent and easily trainable. Puggles have very good listening skills and are very loyal to their masters.
However the best trait of a Puggle is its cut and adorable appearance. The wrinkled face and the cute droopy ears make a Puggle puppy a truly captivating puppy that is very difficult to ignore.