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    Puggle |United States|

    Puggle |United States|

    Puggles result from cross breeding Pugs with Beagles. They have become a popular designer breed based on their cheeky personalities and compact size, which makes them suitable for urban living. The Puggle is friendly, affectionate, and playful, but independent and can be a little harder to train than some. They generally get along well with other dogs and people, and are relatively calm in the house. There is no breed standard for them.

    History

    Puggles dates back to the 1980s, when breeders in the United States experimented with creating new dogs. By 2000, Puggles were being sold commercially to pet owners wanting to own a different, distinctive dog. Like many “designer” breeds, the Puggle may have originally emerged as the result of an accidental breeding that produced a particularly endearing mutt.

    Pugs love to get on furniture and the Puggle may well expect similar comforts.

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    From Dogs Unleashed, Copyright by Tamsin Pickeral, licensed through ContentOro, Inc and used by arrangement with Thunder Bay Press

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