6/8 Pug puppies (2 vaccine shots given)
Four beautiful 6/8 Pug puppies for sale.
Dad is a purebred Pug. Mum is a Jug and can be seen in the second of the pictures playing with her puppies. She is 3/4 Pug with 1/4 Jack Russell. The presence of Jack Russell in the breed results in their snout being slightly longer and typically leads to less issues with breathing which can be associated with full 8/8 pugs. Pugs are said to be the most loyal of dog breeds and this is certainly the case with their mum who is a small example of the breed and is very affectionate and clever.
Puppies have been reared around children in our home and are very well socialised. Puppies are toilet trained to newspaper and are very playful and affectionate.
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