The Puggle is a hybrid or mixed breed obtained from the cross of a pure Pug and a Beagle. This crossbreed is a designer dog that is fun-loving and clownish breed.

The medium-sized Puggle has the characteristics of both the Pug and Beagle as it is a cross of them. This breed is gaining popularity because of its cute looks and fun-loving personality. Here are all the details regarding this Breed.

Origin & History

The Puggle originated in the 1990s. It resulted as an accidental cross-breeding between a purebred Pug and a purebred Beagle. This breed has been gaining popularity today because of its novelty, cute looks, and sweet nature.

Currently, there are no breed clubs that has been taking care of or recognized the Puggle breed. Most of the litters of this breed are the result of first-generation breeding between Pugs and Beagles. However, there have also been a few breeding of Puggles with Puggles.

Are the Puggle dogs child-friendly?

Yes, the Puggles are very child-friendly dogs as these dogs are sweet-tempered and can get along well with the children of all ages. They form a good bonding with kids and play along all day if they get attached to them.

Puggles are known to have a good vibe around all the kids. However, it is important to teach your children how to touch and approach your dog. Also, you should supervise any interaction between your children and the dog. This helps to prevent biting or pulling from either party.

A cute girl with playing with a cute Puggle. Image Source:

Behavior, Temperament & Personality

The Puggle has a sweet and playful temperament having the ability to fit easily into family life. These dogs are cuddly and playful and enjoy spending their time with their people. They usually get along with everyone including children and other pets. Some of the potential behavioral problems with the Puggles are barking, howling, wandering and digging.

A cute Puggle puppy.
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When it comes to personality, the Puggle is outgoing, friendly and affectionate dogs. They have an independent and stubborn streak especially when it comes to training. These dogs are companionable as they love hugging and cuddling with their people.

Training ability of Puggle

Training the Puggle is something that you’ll find very hard to do. It is an independent breed and likes to do things on its own terms. These dogs have a stubborn streak especially when it comes to training. So, be patient while training your Puggle and reward the behaviors that you like with treats and praise. Training sessions should be kept short and full of fun.

Training a Puggle dog.

Facts about the Puggle breed

Here are some facts about the Puggle breed:

  • Puggle is also known as Bug, Peagle or Buggle.
  • It is referred to as designer breed rather than a mixed breed.
  • It is not an officially recognized breed.

Health Issues of Puggle

The Puggle live a normal life of 10 to 15 years during which they suffer from various diseases. Some of them are as follows:


Epilepsy is a disease that causes seizures in the brain. It can be maintained with medication but cannot be permanently cured.

Cherry Eye

It is a condition when the gland (nictitating membrane) located in a dog’s third eyelid bulges out. It appears as a reddened mass at the inner core of the eye. This disease can be treated surgically.


Hypothyroidism is a disease caused by a deficiency of thyroid hormone. Signs such as infertility, mental dullness, obesity and lack of energy.

Color Patterns

The Puggle is found in five different colors which are as follows:

  • Black
  • Red
  • White
  • Black and Tan
  • Brown


A Puggle is about 25-38 cm (10-15 inches) tall with a weight of 7 to 18 kg (15-40 pounds).

Price of Puggle puppy

A mother Puggle gives birth to 3-6 puppies at a time. A healthy Puggle puppy will cost you an average amount of $600-$800 USD approximately.

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Which dogs are they similar to?

Here are some dog breeds that are similar to the Puggle:

  • Pug
  • Beagle
  • French Bulldog
  • Boston Terrier

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