Pug mixes are very popular in the designer dog community mainly due to its very unique features.
The Pug’s wrinkly face and body, curled tail, and snub-nosed appearance make it a great choice for crossbreeding.
A major concern for the Pug, though, is the health issues associated with the breed.
Many Pug mixes exist today due to breeders wanting to produce healthier offspring while maintaining the wonderful traits of the parent breed.
If you are interested to know what types of popular Pug mixes are available and what makes them adorable, read through this guide!
60 Pug Mixes
The Pug has one of the best varieties in the designer dog world. They are crossed with other dog breeds of different sizes, body structures, facial features, and temperaments.
This variety makes for an exciting discovery of each of these Pug mixes. Many of them are acknowledged though by the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC) and Dog Registry of America, Inc. (DRA).
We hope that as you go through this list, you will be able to decide on what particular Pug mix will fit you best!
1. Affenpug (Affenpinscher & Pug Mix)
The Affenpug is a cross between the Affenpinscher and the Pug. It is a small-sized dog that stands between 9 and 16 inches and weighs only about 7 to 18 pounds.
Affenpinscher Pug mixes have a long lifespan, between 12 and 15 years, similar to their Pug parent.
The common colors of the Affenpug are black, sable, fawn, red, and cream.
It has a funny-looking appearance, taking after the brachycephalic features of the Pug while having the bearded look of the Affenpinscher.
The coat of this hybrid is rough and wiry and would require brushing several times a week. The mustache of the Affenpug should also be cleaned daily after eating.
The Affenpug is charming, alert, and moderately energetic. They can also be spunky, stubborn, and territorial, especially when it comes to food. Early socialization training is important to address this behavior.
2. Pugkita (Akita & Pug Mix)
The Pugkita is a rare hybrid between the Akita and the Pug. Depending on the more dominant parent breed, it may grow between 10 and 28 inches and weigh 13 and 130 pounds. It can also live between 10 and 15 years.
Many existing Akita Pug mixes carry the snout of the Akita, avoiding health issues associated with short muzzles.
Both parent breeds also have straight and double coats, with the Akita often sporting longer coats. That said, you can expect the same coat quality from their offspring.
If the mix takes after Akita’s behavior, training is necessary to avoid aggression. Meanwhile, if they take after the Pug, they will be very affectionate and would enjoy the attention of their human companions.
3. American Pugabull (American Bulldog & Pug Mix)
The American Pugabull is a cross between two brachycephalic breeds, the American Bulldog and the Pug.
It is smaller than its American Bulldog parent, standing between 12 and 20 inches and weighing about 25 to 70 pounds.
Like other mixes, the American Bulldog Pug mix was originally bred to create healthier offspring. They have a long lifespan, which is around 12 to 14 years.
The most common color of this mix is fawn with black markings. They can also come in other colors depending on the markings of their parent breeds.
Due to their short coat, though, they do not thrive well in extreme weather.
The American Pugabull is very intelligent, playful, and protective. They make great watchdogs but tend to bark a lot.
They are also quite stubborn and dominant, so they need a firm leader to recognize as the pack leader.
4. Cocker Pug (American Cocker Spaniel & Pug Mix)
The Cocker Pug is an adorable mix between the American Cocker Spaniel and the Pug.
This hybrid stands between 12 and 18 inches and weighs 18 to 35 pounds. Its life expectancy is around 10 to 13 years.
The size of the Cocker Pug is usually smaller than the Cocker Spaniel but larger than the Pug.
They generally have a muscular body build and squishy facial features. Their coat is medium to long that is either smooth or wavy.
Cocker Spaniel Pug mixes are great family dogs. They are sweet and gentle with children.
With the right socialization, they work very well with other dogs. They have a happy and friendly character and are always eager to please their owners.
This mix has a low energy level, and 45 minutes of daily walk or activity should be enough for them to meet their daily exercise needs.
Watch this cute Cocker Pug puppy during his playtime at home:
5. Pug-A-Mo (American Eskimo Dog & Pug Mix)
The Pug-A-Mo is a unique combination of two breeds with distinct physical traits, the American Eskimo Dog and the Pug. They have an average height of between 10 and 18 inches and weigh around 15 to 25 pounds.
They have a healthy disposition, with a lifespan of 12 to 16 years. The Pug-A-Mo is a relatively small dog, but the males are a little bigger than the females, just like their Pug parent.
Most Pug-A-Mos inherit the short muzzle of their Pug parent. This makes them prone to respiratory issues and flatulence. Providing the right care, diet, and feeding method for your dog should take care of this issue.
Pug-A-Mos are affectionate, loving, and like to snuggle. They are very energetic dogs, needing at least 45 minutes of exercise daily. They can also be very protective of both their territories and their families.
6. Pug Pit (Pitbull & Pug Mix)
The Pug Pit is a cross between the Pitbull and the Pug. They are 14 to 20 inches tall on average and weigh between 20 and 50 pounds. Their lifespan is between 10 and 13 years.
The physical features of a Pug Pit resemble the fusion of both parent breeds. They mostly have brown, almond-shaped eyes, short to medium muzzles, short silky coats, stocky bodies, and curled tails.
They can be found in a variety of colors from their Pitbull parent, but some of the common ones would be blue, tan, black, brown, red, gray, black and white, and tan.
Pitbull Pug mixes do not shed a lot, so weekly brushing is already sufficient.
The Pitbull Pug mix also carries with it some common behaviors of both parent breeds. They are affectionate, loyal, gentle, and alert.
They can also be very stubborn, which can easily be corrected through positive reinforcement training.
7. Australian Kelpie Pug Mix
The Australian Kelpie Pug mix is one of the rarest Pug mixes on this list.
Based on which parent breed is more dominant, we expect the Australian Kelpie Pug mix to stand between 10 and 22 inches and weigh between 13 and 60 pounds.
The face of this mix inherits the triangular shape of the Kelpie’s head but carries the short muzzle of the Pug. The coat is short and straight.
The common colors for this mix are black, black and white, fawn, and black and tan.
Given the very high energy level of the Australian Kelpie, expect more time for daily exercise to tire them out. This hybrid would fit owners with active lifestyles.
8. Aussie Pug (Australian Shepherd & Pug Mix)
The Aussie Pug is a mix between two good-natured breeds, the Australian Shepherd and the Pug.
Depending on the dominant parent breed, they stand between 10 and 23 inches and weigh around 13 to 65 pounds.
This is a relatively healthy breed, with an average lifespan of between 12 and 15 years.
The Aussie Pug may look like a smaller version of the Australian Shepherd with a shorter muzzle or a larger and stockier version of the Pug.
The coat of the Australian Shepherd Pug mix may also vary from short to medium and wavy or straight. The possible colors of this hybrid are fawn, black, blue merle, red, or red merle.
The Aussie Pug is a very intelligent, affectionate, and loving mixed breed. The Australian Shepherd side of this mix also means that they have a very high energy level that may be attributed to them being herding dogs.
9. Pugenji (Basenji & Pug Mix)
The Pugenji is a rare designer dog produced by crossing the Basenji and the Pug.
Depending on which parent breed the Pugenji takes after, they can stand between 10 and 18 inches and can weigh around 13 to 24 pounds. The life expectancy of this mix can range between 10 and 15 years.
The facial feature of the Pugenji reflects the combination of both parent breeds with varying muzzle lengths.
Most Pugenjis also carry the slim and straight body of the Basenji, giving them a more athletic look.
Basenji Pug mixes are easy to groom since they have the short and straight coats of both parents.
They also have more color varieties coming from the Basenji, compared to the fawn and black that may be inherited from the Pug.
10. Bassugg (Basset Hound & Pug Mix)
The Bassugg is a small to medium-sized dog that is a mix between the Basset Hound and the Pug.
Their average height is between 10 and 14 inches, while they weigh around 12 to 30 pounds. They also live between 12 and 15 years.
Some Basset Hound Pug mixes adapt the facial structure of the Basset Hound, which is flat on top, while some carry the rounded head of the Pug. The muzzle has varying lengths, but the eyes are generally dark brown.
The ears of the Bassugg are long but shorter than that of the Basset Hound.
Their bodies are mostly long and close to the ground due to their short legs. They have short and silky coats that are usually fawn, black, and tricolor.
The Basset Hound Pug mix is an adorable lap dog that is great for children due to its laid-back, friendly, and gentle temperament.
They do love attention as well, so they get lonely when left alone for a long time.
11. Puggle (Beagle & Pug Mix)
The Puggle is one of the most sought-after designer dogs mainly due to the popularity of its parent breeds, the Beagle and the Pug.
They were first bred as companion dogs in the US in the 1980s, and their numbers grew in the 1990s.
The Puggle stands at 8 to 15 inches at the shoulder and weighs around 14 to 30 pounds.
They have a healthy disposition, living up to about 12 to 15 years. They are usually taller than the Pug due to the long legs of their Beagle parent.
Puggles have long and floppy ears, short to medium muzzles, and long and tapered tails.
They also have short and smooth double coats. Their common coat colors would be fawn, black, red, tan, or any of these combinations.
Beagle Pug mixes are very sweet, affectionate, and very friendly. However, they have very high energy. It is best to have a fenced yard where they can run around and burn all those energies.
12. Pushon (Bichon Frise & Pug Mix)
The Pushon is a cute mix between the Bichon Frise and the Pug. They are small dogs, standing only between 9 and 13 inches and weighing about 20 to 30 pounds.
Pushons have well-proportioned bodies and limbs, longer snouts than the Pug, and high-set ears.
They also usually take after the fluffy coat and shedding tendencies of the Bichon Frise, so daily brushing is recommended.
They are very affectionate, sweet, loyal, and friendly. They love companionship which makes them prone to separation anxiety.
It is best not to leave them alone for a long time and to always keep them physically and mentally active.
13. Border Collie Pug Mix
The Border Collie Pug mix is a rarer hybrid compared to other Pug mixes. This small to medium-sized designer dog may stand between 10 and 22 inches at the shoulder and may weigh around 13 to 45 pounds. This is a relatively healthy hybrid, given its lifespan of 12 to 15 years.
There is no standard look for the Border Collie Pug mix. Some of them have the facial structure of the Border Collie, while some have the rounded face of the Pug. Their muzzles have varying lengths from short to medium.
The coat of this hybrid can either be short and straight like the Pug or medium and silky like the Border Collie. Common coat colors are black, fawn, and black and white.
They are very affectionate and loving but can also be very stubborn due to their intelligence. Positive reinforcement training should be effective in addressing this.
14. Bugg (Boston Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Bugg, sometimes called the Pugin, is a brachycephalic mixed breed between the Boston Terrier and the Pug.
It is usually between 10 and 18 inches tall, weighs around 10 to 25 pounds, and can live up to about 10 to 15 years.
The Bugg would usually be bug-eyed, have large, droopy ears, and sport a curled tail.
The most common colors of their short coats are black, brindle, fawn with black mask, and black with the Boston Terrier’s tuxedo mark.
The Boston Terrier Pug mix is a great dog for first-time dog owners due to its affectionate, loving, and friendly nature.
However, they are also very territorial and easily get jealous. This makes them prone to resource guarding.
Early training is necessary to prevent this behavior from being carried on to adulthood.
15. Box-A-Pug (Boxer & Pug Mix)
The Box-A-Pug, sometimes called a Bug or a Poxer, is an interesting cross between two very different breeds, the Boxer and the Pug.
The result is a small to medium-sized dog with usually curly tails and medium-sized muzzles.
The average height of the Box-A-Pug is between 14 and 21 inches, while they weigh much lighter than the boxer, at around 18 to 27 pounds. They also enjoy a healthy lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
They have short but dense coats that need brushing about two to three times a week to keep them healthy. The usual colors of the Box-A-Pug are brown, fawn, silver, black, and brindle.
Boxer Pug mixes are very loyal, goofy, and gentle. Their curious, intelligent, and protective nature also makes them excellent watchdogs.
Though energetic, they may tend to be lazy and just be comfortable lying down on the couch.
16. Brug (Brussels Griffon & Pug Mix)
The Brug is a funny-looking mix between the Brussels Griffon and the Pug. This small dog is just about 8 to 15 inches tall and weighs around 8 to 13 pounds. They have a long life expectancy, though, living up to 10 to 15 years.
Griffon Pug mixes may look small and fragile, but they are healthy and sturdy. They usually have round heads, large round eyes, and floppy ears.
Some Brugs have smooth short coats, while some have rough, dense, and wiry coats.
The usual coat colors of this mix are cream, white, brown, and black. Brushing at least once or twice a week would be enough to keep their coat healthy and tangle-free.
Their size makes them very adorable lapdogs and would be the ideal apartment or indoor dogs.
However, taking them out for a brisk walk daily would be good to address their energy requirements and their playful nature.
17. Bull Terrier Pug Mix
The Bull Terrier Pug mix is a rare hybrid coming from parent breeds with distinct physical looks.
The height of the Bull Terrier Pug mix may be between 10 and 21 inches, and their weight may be around 13 to 65 pounds, depending on the size of the parent breed they take after. Their life expectancy is around 9 to 15 years.
Like any other mixed breed, there is no standard look for this hybrid. Many of the Bull Terrier Pug mixes, though, inherit the elongated facial structure of the Bull Terrier but carry the facial folds of the Pug.
There are also a lot of similarities between the Bull Terrier and the Pug in terms of temperament. Both are affectionate and enjoy the companionship of the people around them.
They also tend to be jealous and stubborn. This can be addressed through early socialization and positive reinforcement training.
18. Pugairn (Cairn Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Pugairn is a cute and interesting breed produced by crossing the Cairn Terrier with the Pug.
This small dog is about 8 to 10 inches in height and weighs only 10 to 18 pounds. They can live up to about 11 to 15 years.
This designer dog carries a fair share of physical traits from both parent breeds. Its size, sparse hair on its ears, long body, and medium rough coat are taken from the Cairn Terrier parent.
On the other hand, its large round eyes, floppy ears, and shorter muzzle are inherited from the Pug parent. The color possibilities for this crossbreed are gray, brown, white, and brindle.
The Cairn Terrier Pug mix is a loving, bold, and curious breed. Although they would be a candidate for the perfect lap dog due to their size, they are also active, sociable, and loves the outdoors. They will enjoy walking and playing outside.
19. Pugalier (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Pug Mix)
The Pugalier, otherwise known as Cavapug, is a mix between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Pug. This hybrid has increasingly gained popularity over the last ten years.
This mix was primarily bred to improve the genetic disposition of the Pug by maintaining its basic features but increasing its muzzle to avoid the issues associated with brachycephalic breeds.
The result is a small-sized dog standing at 10 to 14 inches, weighing between 10 and 20 pounds, with a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years.
The Cavalier Pug mix closely resembles the look of the Pug, but with a slightly longer snout and ears.
They may either take after the short, double-coated Pug or the long, silky coat of the King Charles Cavalier Spaniel.
Either way, the Pugalier sheds heavily, so brushing two to three times a week would be good to control it.
20. Chug (Chihuahua & Pug Mix)
The Chug is a small designer breed produced by mixing the Chihuahua and the Pug. It may sometimes be called the Pughuahua.
They are only about 6 to 14 inches tall, weigh around 10 to 20 pounds, and live for about 10 to 13 years.
Though one of the smallest designer dogs on the list, they are still relatively bigger than their Chihuahua parent. They can have a wide variety of looks depending on the dominant parent breed.
They may have apple-shaped or rounded heads, short or medium-sized muzzles, upright or folded ears, and short or long coats.
Their coats may be of different colors and patterns, taking after the diverse colors of the Chihuahua.
The Chihuahua Pug mix is incredibly loyal, charming, affectionate, and intelligent. However, they tend to bark a lot, which is a common characteristic of the Chihuahua.
21. Pugese (Chinese Crested & Pug Mix)
If you are looking for a small, affectionate, and funny-looking dog, then the Pugese would be a great choice. This designer dog is a product of mixing a Chinese Crested and a Pug.
The Pugese has a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years. It only stands between 10 and 14 inches at shoulder height and weighs between 6 and 15 pounds.
The looks of the Chinese Crested Pug mix have a wide variety. Their coat can be short and smooth, medium and puffy, or hairless with strands of hair on the ears, forehead, and legs.
Pugese love the companionship and attention of their owners. Due to this, they tend to develop separation anxiety and be jealous of strangers.
They are also intolerant of rough play or behavior. This makes it necessary to monitor them around children during playtime to avoid them from being triggered.
22. Chugapug (Chow Chow & Pug Mix)
The Chugapug is a very interesting mix of two breeds with a huge disparity in terms of both looks and behavior, the Chow Chow and the Pug.
Depending on the more dominant parent breed, a Chow Chow Pug mix can stand between 10 and 20 inches tall and weigh around 13 to 75 pounds. It has a very healthy lifespan of 12 to 15 years.
The Chugapug may look like an oversized Pug or a miniature Chow Chow. They may sport a flat or short snout, large ears that bend forward, and tails that are straight or curled.
Maintenance would depend on the coat you get. If they inherit the long to medium double coat of the Chow Chow, then be prepared for daily brushing to keep the fur healthy and tangle-free.
Chugapugs are very affectionate but can also be very stubborn. This can be addressed through positive reinforcement.
23. Porgi (Corgi & Pug Mix)
The playful and fun-loving Porgi is a mix of two popular breeds, the Corgi and the Pug.
It usually takes after the long and lowered body of the Corgi, standing between 10 and 13 inches and weighing around 18 to 30 pounds.
Porgis are a healthy breed. They can live for about 12 to 14 years with the proper care and environment.
The Corgi Pug mix usually has flat to short muzzles, floppy ears, curly tails, and short and dense coats.
The coat colors would normally be fawn, red, black, sable, and tan. It may also come with white markings or black masks.
Porgis are heavy shedders, though. Daily bruising with slicker brushes and de-shedders would be best for removing loose hair and keeping their coat and scalps healthy.
They are very sweet and entertaining. If they take after their Corgi parent, expect a very hardworking dog with herding tendencies.
24. Pug-Coton (Coton de Tulear & Pug Mix)
If you are looking for long-term companionship, the Pug-Coton is your ideal breed. This mix between the Coton de Tulear and the Pug was named the mixed breed with the longest lifespan in 2016, reaching up to 19 years.
The Pug-Coton is a small dog that stands only between 8 and 10 inches and weighs around 10 to 14 pounds.
Its facial features resemble that of the Pug, with its round face, flat muzzle, and folded down ears. The eyes are normally hazel or brown. Its coat may either be long and silky or short and straight.
This Coton de Tulear Pug mix does not shed a lot. However, the long hair variant of this cross needs brushing three to four times a week.
The Pug-Coton is a wonderful lap dog due to its laid-back disposition. They are friendly, loyal, and cheerful, and get along well with children and other dogs.
25. Daug (Dachshund & Pug Mix)
The Daug is a mix between two popular breeds, the Dachshund and the Pug. They usually inherit the sausage-type body of their Dachshund parent. They are only 11 to 13 inches tall but can weigh about 15 to 25 pounds.
The life expectancy of the Daug is between 12 and 15 years. This hybrid is prone to obesity and tooth loss. A healthy diet and regular brushing of their teeth should prevent these conditions from occurring.
The Daug has a stocky and muscular body, with short and stubby legs. Their face would usually inherit the bulging eyes, floppy ears, short muzzle, and wrinkly features of the Pug parent.
Meanwhile, they may come in a wide variety of colors, thanks to their Dachshund heritage.
Daugs are very friendly and laid back. They are good companions for individuals who just love staying at home. They tend to bark a lot, though.
26. Pugmatian (Dalmatian & Pug Mix)
The Pugmatian is a cross between two physically distinct breeds, the Dalmatian and the Pug. It is usually smaller than the Dalmatian, averaging between 12 and 15 inches tall and weighing around 20 to 25 pounds.
The lifespan of this breed is between 10 and 13 years. The high energy level of the Dalmatian is balanced by the idle nature of the Pug in this mix.
A daily walk or playtime for about 30 to 45 minutes should be good enough for them.
The Pugmatian would usually have brown eyes that are widely set, a flat muzzle with a black or brown nose, and large floppy ears that fold forward.
Their short coats come in a variety of colors and may carry Dalmatian spots.
Pugmatians are very loyal, sweet, and loving dogs. However, they tend to be very clingy with their owners. This makes them prone to separation anxiety.
27. Bull Pug (English Bulldog & Pug Mix)
The Bull Pug is a cross between two famous breeds, the English Bulldog and the Pug.
The combination of these two produces a medium-sized dog that grows to about 10 to 14 inches and weighs as much as 20 to 45 pounds.
The average lifespan of the Bull Pug is anywhere between 9 and 13 years. Both parent breeds are snub-nosed, so one needs to monitor the Bull Pug from having brachycephaly airway obstructive syndrome.
The Bull Pug’s face shows the black, almond-shaped eyes, large floppy ears, and folded features of both the English Bulldog and Pug.
The bodies are muscular and stocky, with short and smooth coats. The common colors of this mix are white, fawn, red, silver, and black. They may also sport pied and brindle patterns.
The Bull Pug is a great family dog. They are dependable, loyal, playful, and sensitive.
28. Frug (French Bulldog & Pug Mix)
With its eager-to-please attitude and cute looks, the Frug is one of the more popular mixes on this list. The Frug is produced by crossing the French Bulldog with the Pug.
Frugs are small dogs. They only stand between 10 and 15 inches at the shoulder and weigh around 14 to 30 pounds. Their average lifespan is between 9 and 15 years.
Frenchie Pug mixes have wrinkly faces, protruded eyes, and curled tails in a compact, short-coated body. Some of them even carry the “bat ears” of the French Bulldog.
Like other brachycephalic mixed breeds, the Frug may also be prone to having brachycephalic airway obstructive syndrome (BAOS).
Frugs will follow you wherever you go. They are also very adaptable and alert. They are good with children, the elderly, strangers, and even other pets.
29. Shug (German Shepherd & Pug Mix)
The Shug is a beautiful mix of the German Shepherd and the Pug. It is a medium-sized breed dog that is in between the size of both parent breeds. Its average height is 10 to 16 inches, while its weight is around 10 to 50 pounds.
The life expectancy of the Shug is about 12 to 15 years. Most Shugs have short and straight coats, stocky and sturdy builds, slightly longer muzzles than the Pug, and deep and broad chests.
The exercise needs of the Shug are a bit tricky since it is a combination of the highly energetic German Shepherd and the couch potato Pug. On average, though, 45 minutes of daily exercise should be good.
The Shug is a happy, active, and playful breed. They love being with their owners so much to the point of being prone to separation anxiety.
30. Golden Pug (Golden Retriever & Pug Mix)
The Golden Pug is a combination of two very friendly breeds, the Golden Retriever and the Pug.
It stands between 10 and 24 inches at the shoulder, weighs around 13 to 80 pounds, and can live anywhere from 10 to 15 years.
The Golden Pug may have a wide variety of looks based on the parent breed they take after.
Most Golden Pugs, though, would be medium-sized with short and smooth coats, have short to medium muzzles, and have wrinkled faces.
The high energy level of the Golden Retriever is balanced by the Pug’s laid-back lifestyle in this mix. Balance the amount of exercise needed based on the energy needs of the more dominant parent.
This is one of the friendliest, most loving, and most affectionate mixed breeds you can have. They are great family dogs that work well with all members of the family and other pets too.
31. Puganese (Havanese & Pug Mix)
If you need a happy and strong-willed dog, the Puganese might be the designer dog for you.
This mix between the Havanese and the Pug is a small dog, standing between 7 and 11 inches tall and weighing only 9 to 11 pounds.
Like other mixes, the Puganese may take after a more dominant parent breed. They may have wrinkly faces, dark brown and bulging eyes, brachycephalic features, and double coats.
The Puganese may also take after the independent nature of the Havanese. This makes them go their way, exerting dominance in the household. They need a strong figure in the family who can keep them in check.
32. Puggit (Italian Greyhound & Pug Mix)
The Puggit is a mix of two breeds that have been companions of royalty for centuries, the Italian Greyhound and the Pug.
This is an interesting cross due to the disparity of both breeds in terms of looks and behavior.
This mix results in a small dog, 11 to 14 inches tall and weighing about 10 to 18 pounds. The breed is healthy, lasting 12 to 15 years.
The Puggit would usually have round brown eyes and floppy ears, folding to the sides.
Their coats would normally be short and straight. Their common colors are black, chocolate, and light brown or golden.
The Puggit is good for families who want a quiet environment. They are laid-back and get along well with children and other dogs.
Given the hunting instincts of the Italian Greyhound, early socialization training is important for the Puggit not to be aggressive towards other smaller pets.
33. Jug (Jack Russell Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Jug, also known as Retro Pug, is a small dog produced by mixing the Jack Russell Terrier and the Pug.
It stands between 9 and 15 inches and weighs around 13 to 18 pounds. It can live up to 16 years at optimum health.
The Jack Russell Pug mix usually has a compact body, a round head, a short to medium-sized muzzle, forward folding ears, curly tails, short, stocky legs, and short coats that come in a wide variety of colors.
Jugs are very intelligent dogs. This makes them very stubborn as well. Early positive reinforcement training is necessary to address this behavior before adulthood.
They may also inherit the strong prey drive of their Jack Russell Terrier parent. If untrained, they can go after small critters during their walks. Early socialization training should be effective in handling this behavior.
34. Japug (Japanese Chin & Pug Mix)
If you enjoy a quiet environment, so does the Japug. This designer dog is a combination of the Japanese Chin and the Pug. Their average height is 8 to 13 inches, and their average weight is between 7 and 20 pounds.
This Japanese Chin Pug mix can live for an average of 10 to 15 years. One major health issue of this breed is keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS). Consult your veterinarian on the best eye drop to use to prevent this condition.
The Japug is a small brachycephalic dog. They also normally have short bodies, bulging dark brown eyes, curly tails, and short and coarse coats. Their usual coat colors are black, white, fawn, and silver.
Japugs are laid-back, lazy, and silent dogs. They love to sleep. They are ideal family dogs who love to snuggle with their human companions.
They don’t like loud noises and are a good match for elderly family members.
35. Pug Spitz (Japanese Spitz & Pug Mix)
The Pug Spitz is a cross between the Japanese Spitz and the Pug, two breeds with distinct physical and behavioral traits.
Depending on the more dominant breed, the size of the Pug Spitz may be between 10 and 15 inches at the shoulder.
It may weigh around 10 to 20 pounds. It also has a relatively long lifespan, which is between 10 and 16 years old.
The Pug Spitz’s appearance may have a wide variety. They can have short to medium-length coats, round or elongated faces, and short to medium muzzles. Their more common coat colors are black, fawn, and white.
This breed is affectionate, loving, and likes to snuggle. They also enjoy the affection of their human companions and do not like to be left alone. Separation anxiety is something to watch out for in this hybrid.
36. Pugador (Labrador & Pug Mix)
The Pugador is a relatively new entry into the designer dog world. Despite the huge popularity of its parent breeds, this mix is yet to be known worldwide.
The size of this Labrador Retriever Pug mix falls in between its parent breeds. It is about 15 to 18 inches tall and weighs around 24 to 45 pounds. Their life expectancy is about 10 to 14 years.
The Pugador’s coat is dense and can be black, white, chocolate, or fawn.
They usually have sturdy bodies, facial folds, and large floppy ears. Their eyes may bulge and shaded hazel, brown, or amber. Their nose is either black or brown.
This hybrid is affectionate, intelligent, loving, and friendly. They love spending time with their human companions and pleasing them at the same time. This makes them excellent family dogs that are easy to train.
37. Pughasa (Lhasa Apso & Pug Mix)
The Pughasa is a cute mix between the Lhasa Apso and the Pug. It is a small dog standing only between 9 and 10 inches and weighing only 11 to 20 pounds.
The Pughasa can live up to 12 to 14 years. This small-sized hybrid usually has long and straight fur, floppy ears, a short muzzle that is a bit longer than the Pug’s, round eyes, and a compact and sturdy body.
Their coat colors are normally white, fawn, and black. If your Pughasa inherits the long and wiry coat of the Lhasa Apso, daily brushing would be necessary to maintain the beautiful hair of your dog.
The Pughasa is a playful and affectionate dog. However, they tend to be very stubborn.
They also display a huge attachment to their owners and demand attention. They are aloof and do not take kindly to strangers.
38. Malti-Pug (Maltese & Pug Mix)
For dog lovers looking for a playful and comedic companion, the Malti-Pug is a very good candidate.
This small dog is just about 9 to 14 inches tall and weighs only around 10 to 20 pounds. They can live up to about 10 to 15 years.
The Malti-Pug has a compact body, deep chest, and broad head. It has a more pronounced muzzle compared to the Pug. It also has dark, round eyes, high-set folded ears, and curled or curved tail.
This mix usually carries a medium-length coat that could either be fawn, black, or white.
The Malti-Pug tends to be very protective of its owner, especially if given the attention it seeks. They tend to bark a lot at strangers.
They are great family dogs. Due to their delicate size, though, they need to be monitored when playing with small children who may indulge in rough play.
39. Pugstiff (Mastiff & Pug Mix)
The Pugstiff is a unique mix between two breeds with a huge size difference, the Mastiff and the Pug. The resulting offspring is very difficult to predict.
Many of the existing Pugstiffs tend to be smaller than the Mastiff and larger than the Pug. They may stand between 14 and 27 inches and may weigh between 20 and 120 pounds.
With the proper diet, exercise, and regular veterinarian visits, we can aim to optimize the life expectancy of the Pugstiff.
The Pugstiff looks like a huge Pug or a smaller Mastiff with a short muzzle. They have short, dense coats that are usually brown or black.
This mix may tend to be boisterous but are very loyal and protective of its owners.
40. Muggin (Miniature Pinscher & Pug Mix)
The Muggin is a cute mix between the Miniature Pinscher and the Pug. This small dog is just 10 to 14 inches tall and weighs only about 12 to 35 pounds. They enjoy a long life expectancy of 12 to 15 years.
The appearance of this mix depends on which parent breed they take after. They may have short to medium muzzles, curled or straight tails, small erect ears, or floppy ones.
They usually have short coats that come in a variety of colors. The most common ones are cream, black, brown, and white. The Muggin sheds a lot, so be prepared for heavy brushing.
Muggins also tend to form a close bond with their owners, making them prone to separation anxiety. They also bark a lot, so positive reinforcement training is needed to turn this behavior around.
41. Pugwich (Norwich Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Pugwich is a designer dog produced by mixing the Norwich Terrier with the Pug.
They are small dogs with a height of 12 to 14 inches and an average weight of 9 to 20 pounds. They have a long life, reaching up to 12 to 16 years.
The Pugwich is another mixed breed with a diverse appearance depending on which parent has the more dominant genes.
They may have a wrinkly face or skin, flat to short or medium muzzles, erect or folded ears, and a curled tail.
They usually have medium-length double coats that are of varied colors, namely red, brown, fawn, sable, and black.
The Pugwich is a wonderful family dog. They are lively, happy, adaptable, playful, and friendly. They love to play with children. Be prepared to give them your attention, and they will follow you wherever you go.
42. Pugillon (Papillon & Pug Mix)
Those wanting an ideal lapdog should consider the Pugillon, a cross between the Papillon and the Pug.
This small dog only stands between 7 and 10 inches and weighs between 7 and 17 pounds. Their life expectancy is 12 to 15 years.
The Pugillon’s coats vary from short to medium length and may be shaded black, white, silver, sable, and red. They may have bulging eyes, wrinkled faces, short muzzles, curled tails, and wide chests.
This designer breed is very sociable and protective with kids, given their herding instincts. You would also usually find them eager to please you, making them very obedient dogs.
Pugillons are very loving and affectionate. They are a good fit for an apartment or indoor living and would be happy to snuggle with you most of the time. They are also very intelligent dogs that are easy to train.
43. Puginese (Pekingese & Pug Mix)
The Puginese, also called the Pekeapug or Pugapeke, is a cross between two Chinese-origin dog breeds, the Pekingese and the Pug.
It is a small dog, standing only between 6 and 14 inches and weighing around 7 to 18 pounds.
Their life expectancy is quite long, at 11 to 14 years. Make sure to watch out for obesity and diabetes in this breed, being a low-energy dog.
They also do not require a lot of exercise so monitoring their food intake is a must.
Pugineses have short, muscular bodies, flat faces, round eyes, floppy ears, curled tails, and either smooth and glossy or long double coats. Their most common colors are black, brown, sable, fawn, white, and brindle.
This hybrid loves a calm environment as they can easily be rattled by noises and a busy environment.
They also do not like rough play and do not blend well with other pets unless given early socialization training.
44. Pom-A-Pug (Pomeranian & Pug Mix)
The Pom-A-Pug, also going by the name Pugpom, Pugapom, or Puguranian, is the lovable mix between the Pomeranian and the Pug.
It is a small-sized dog, with a height of 8 to 13 inches, and weighs 7 to 18 pounds.
The Pomeranian Pug mix has a long lifespan of 12 to 16 years. Most of them have short muzzles, slender bodies, either erect or floppy ears, round brown eyes, and curly tails.
The coat of the Pom-A-Pug can either be short or long, depending on the dominant parent genes. The common coat colors for this mix are black, fawn, and brown.
This mix is alert, loving, loyal, and friendly. On the other hand, they can be very protective and would keep barking at strangers to keep them away.
They are also very intelligent and would require constant mental stimulation activities.
45. Pugapoo (Poodle & Pug Mix)
The Pugapoo is a fusion between the Poodle and the Pug. This small-sized dog is only 8 to 15 inches at shoulder height and weighs 10 to 30 pounds.
Their lifespan of 12 to 14 years is a long period to enjoy their companionship, which this breed thrives on.
Some health issues that this dog breed may be prone to are Addison’s disease, patellar luxation, and diabetes.
The Pugapoo may take the smooth coat of the Pug or the curly coat of the Poodle. The common colors for this mix include black, white, brown, gray, white, and cream.
This mix has a short to medium muzzle, floppy ears, and a slender body.
Being very intelligent, mental stimulation is necessary to keep this breed satisfied. They are eager to please their owners, but they tend to bark a lot, so positive reinforcement training is needed to curb this habit.
46. Puggat (Rat Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Puggat is an energetic and playful cross between the Rat Terrier and the Pug. They stand 11 to 16 inches tall and weigh around 10 to 25 pounds. They have an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years.
The looks of the Puggat may take after either parent breed. Some have the broad head, wrinkly face, flat snout, and large bulging eyes of the Pug, while some have the wedge-shaped, erect ears and tail of the Rat Terrier.
Puggats are good lapdogs. They are playful, affectionate, and loving. The Puggat, on the other hand, may tend to be mischievous, taking after its Rat Terrier parent. That said, housebreak training is a must for this mix.
Due to the hunting instincts of the Rat Terrier, the Puggat may chase after cats or smaller pets. It would be best that they also undergo early socialization training to avoid this behavior.
47. Pugweiler (Rottweiler & Pug Mix)
The Pugweiler is another designer dog that combines two breeds that are vastly different in terms of both appearance and behavior, the Rottweiler and the Pug.
The result of this breeding is smaller versions of the Rottweiler carrying a combination of looks and characters of both parents. They stand about 11 to 12 inches and weigh around 18 to 20 pounds.
The Pugweiler has a short and straight coat, a medium-length muzzle, and a broad and black body with rust markings on the legs, chest, and muzzle.
This mix is very protective but not aggressive. They do love being outdoors, so they are a good fit for owners with active lifestyles.
48. Schnug (Schnauzer & Pug Mix)
One of the most family-oriented mixes, the Schnug is a combination of the Miniature Schnauzer and the Pug. The result is a small dog with an average height of 10 to 12 inches and weighing around 15 to 25 pounds.
They have a long lifespan of 12 to 15 years. This mix will capture your attention with its big brown or amber eyes, short muzzle, semi-erect triangular ears, round heads, and curly tails.
They usually have medium-length straight coats. Their usual coat colors are black, brown, red, cream, and fawn. Brushing every other day with a bristle brush will keep their coats healthy and tangle-free.
Schnugs are your perfect companion for entertainment. They can be funny, curious, bold, cute, and intelligent.
They easily lose their focus, though, due to their curiosity and their hunting instincts. Socialization and positive reinforcement training help to curb this behavior.
49. Pugottie (Scottish Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Pugottie is a mixed breed between the Scottish Terrier and the Pug. It is a small-sized dog with an average height of 12 to 15 inches and weighs around 13 to 25 pounds. They enjoy a long lifespan of 11 to 15 years.
The Pugottie is usually short and stout. They usually have rounded heads, round brown eyes, and flat to short muzzles. They also normally have medium-length coats with a wide variety of colors.
If your Pugottie inherits the Scottish Terrier’s wiry coat with a soft undercoat and beard, be ready for heavy grooming.
Brushing at least four or five times a week will help prevent knots and tangles on your dog’s coat.
This friendly and lovable mixed breed loves the attention of its human companions, adults and children alike. They are also alert against strangers, making them good watchdogs.
50. Ori Pei (Shar-Pei & Pug Mix)
The Ori Pei, also known as Pugpei, Sharpug, or Pug-A-Pei, is a cross between two breeds of Chinese origins, the Shar-Pei and the Pug.
The Ori Pei originated in California in the 1970s by Aaron Silver with the hopes of producing a smaller and healthier version of the Shar-Pei. This resulted in cute puppies that were playful, friendly, and laid-back.
The average height of the Ori Pei is between 10 and 15 inches at the shoulder. Its average weight is around 10 to 30 pounds. They live up to about 10 to 15 years.
The Shar-Pei Pug mix usually has short hair, wrinkly bodies and faces, stocky built, short muzzles, and curled tails. Their usual coat colors are white, tan, gray, brown, and black.
The Ori Pei is an energetic, hardworking, intelligent, and well-mannered mixed breed. They love the indoors, making them excellent apartment dogs.
51. Sheltie Pug (Shetland Sheepdog & Pug Mix)
The Sheltie Pug is a mix between the Shetland Sheepdog and the Pug. The result is a small to medium-sized dog that stands about 12 to 18 inches tall, weighs around 15 to 30 pounds, and can live up to about 12 to 15 years.
This beautiful mix has round blue or brown eyes, a short muzzle, triangular ears, and long legs.
They may sport short to medium-length coats of varying colors. These mixesa re prone to shedding, so daily brushing is needed to manage it.
The Sheltie Pug mix has a high energy requirement and needs about 60 to 90 minutes of exercise daily. If your mix carries after the brachycephalic features of the Pug, be careful of over-exerting them.
Sheltie Pugs would be perfect play buddies with your children and other pets. Given the herding instincts of the Sheltie, this mix will also tend to herd family members too.
52. Pug Shiba (Shiba Inu & Pug Mix)
The Pug Shiba is a mix of two breeds of distinct looks and behavior, the Shiba Inu and the Pug.
This adorable Pug mix stands at an average of 11 to 15 inches and weighs around 14 to 18 pounds. It has a long lifespan of 12 to 15 years.
The result of this hybrid is a small to medium-sized dog with rounded snouts, ears that are either erect or folded, a broad and deep chest, and shorter legs than the Shiba Inu.
Their short coats are usually shaded brown, fawn, or pied. They may also carry the black markings of the Pug on their nose, eyes, and mouth.
The Pug Shiba is an active and playful dog. They are also very intelligent and alert around strangers or anything that they feel is wrong with their surroundings, making them excellent watchdogs.
53. Pug Zu (Shih Tzu & Pug Mix)
The Pug Zu, also spelled Pug Tzu, is the sweet and lovable fusion of the Shih Tzu and the Pug.
This designer dog is just about 8 to 12 inches tall, weighs around 8 to 22 pounds, and has an average lifespan of about 9 to 14 years.
The Shih Tzu Pug mix is a small dog. They usually have brown eyes, short muzzles, wide-set floppy ears, and a curled tail.
Their medium to long coats may be smooth or fluffy. The usual colors of their coats are black, brown, white, fawn, and brindle. The long coat variety of this mix will need daily brushing to avoid tangles.
The Pug Zu has very adorable behavior. They are a happy, loving, loyal, curious, sweet, and affectionate breed.
This makes them an ideal family dog and a good choice for families with kids like their Shih Tzu parent.
54. Hug (Siberian Husky & Pug Mix)
If you want a dog with plenty of character, then the Hug would be a good candidate.
The Siberian Husky Pug mix has a long lifespan of about 12 to 15 years. They have medium to high energy levels, so a daily exercise of at least an hour would be good for them.
Siberian Husky Pug mixes are usually small to medium-sized dogs with stocky and muscular bodies, medium to long muzzles, and brown or blue eyes. They can even inherit the bi-colored eye feature of their Husky parent.
Hugs are also very stubborn and would need a lot of socialization and obedience training. They are very protective of their owners, though, and are effective watchdogs.
55. Silky Pug (SiIky Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Silky Pug is a small dog produced by mixing the Silky Terrier with the Pug. It is only 7 to 11 inches tall and weighs only around 9 to 13 pounds. They have a life expectancy of between 12 and 15 years.
Like other designer dogs, the Silky Terrier Pug mix does not have any standard appearance.
Based on the parent’s characteristics, they may have flat snouts, small to medium that may be erect or folded, wrinkly faces, and bulging eyes.
Their coats may be of short to medium length. Meanwhile, their colors can be black, fawn, cream, silver, blue, and gray. If the coat takes after the long hair of the Silky Terrier, daily brushing is necessary.
The Silky Pug is a loving and affectionate breed. It is also very energetic, so regular exercise is good for them to avoid converting their energy to barking and digging.
56. Staffy Bull Pug (Staffordshire Bull Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Staffy Bull Pug is another rare mix between the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the Pug.
These wonderful dogs are estimated to be 10 to 16 inches tall, weigh between 13 and 38 pounds, and have a long life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. They are expected to have short and straight coats.
The possible coat colors that may be inherited from both parents are black, fawn, blue, brindle, red, red brindle & white, and white.
Staffy Bull Pugs may have short to medium muzzles, medium-sized ears that fold forward, either stocky or slender body builts, or straight or curled tails, depending on the stronger parent genes.
They are generally affectionate and loving. However, they may be stubborn and may also show aggression due to their Staffy parent. Obedience training and early socialization are a must for this breed.
57. Tibetan Pug (Tibetan Spaniel & Pug Mix)
The Tibetan Pug, also known as the Tibby Pug or Tibbie Pug, is a mix between the Tibetan Spaniel and the Pug. It is a small dog, standing at 8 to 10 inches and weighing only 10 to 20 pounds. They can live for about 12 to 15 years.
Their coat is usually short and straight. Their common colors are black, cream, white, and brindle.
Their faces resemble more of the Pug, with flat or short snouts, floppy ears, possible black masks, brown bulgy eyes, and wrinkles.
The Tibetan Pug is sweet and loves to snuggle, making them a great lapdog. Their friendly nature also makes them wonderful family dogs. They get along well with every member of the family, including other pets.
The Tibetan Pug is also very intelligent. They are oftentimes curious about their environment and tend to bark a lot, making them good watchdogs.
58. Toy Poxer (Toy Fox Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Toy Poxer is a small designer breed produced by mixing the Toy Fox Terrier and the Pug.
They are only 7 to 12 inches tall and weigh lightly between 10 and 20 pounds. They have a long lifespan, reaching 12 to 15 years.
This designer dog usually has slightly bulging brown eyes, long pointed ears that are either erect or folded, curled tail, a flat and square-shaped body, long and thin legs, and a sleek and straight coat.
Toy Poxers are a fun-loving and affectionate breed. However, due to their delicate size, they shouldn’t be near small children who might not be able to handle them gently as they may tend to be aggravated.
This breed also loves to tag along with their human companions, so they are prone to separation anxiety. It might not be good to leave them alone for a long time.
59. Pugland (West Highland White Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Pugland is a hybrid produced by mixing the West Highland White Terrier or the Westie, and the Pug.
It stands between 9 and 12 inches and weighs only around 12 to 20 pounds. It has a long life, between 12 and 15 years.
This designer dog is known for its short and compact body, short legs, medium straight tail, round head, large brown eyes, floppy ears, and short to medium muzzles.
They have medium to long hair that has a soft and fluffy undercoat. Their usual colors would be black, brown, white, and fawn, and may sometimes have patches.
Puglands are known for having small dog syndrome. They tend to be very aggressive when they feel threatened or feel the need to protect their human companions.
They may not work well with other smaller animals too. Early socialization training will be crucial to address this behavior.
60. Pugshire (Yorkshire Terrier & Pug Mix)
The Pugshire is a small hybrid dog between the Yorkshire Terrier and the Pug. It stands between 12 and 15 inches and weighs around 7 to 12 pounds. They enjoy a long lifespan of 12 to 16 years.
The Yorkshire Terrier Pug mix may acquire the brachycephalic feature of the Pug.
It may also sport a short head, large brown eyes, floppy ears, a black or brown nose, and a medium to long coat with a wide variety of colors.
Pugshires are sweet and loving. They enjoy the attention and like to snuggle. They can also be very strong-willed and stubborn. Housebreaking and positive reinforcement training will be good for them.
How Much Does a Pug Mix Cost? Puppy Prices & Expenses
The wide variety of Pug dog mixes available in the market creates a huge price range for these designer dogs.
Pug mixed breeds would cost between $375 and $2,000, depending on the mix, quality, and bloodline of the puppies.
You may also estimate the price of Pug mixes by looking at the price range of their parent breeds. To help you with this, here is a price guide for the Pug breed.
The table below should be your guide to determining the different expenses of taking care of your Pug mixed breed:
|Type of Expense||Cost|
|Food and Treats||$50 – $120|
|Food and Water Bowls||$10 – $35|
|Bed||$30 – $200|
|Crate||$30 – $500|
|Leashes and Collars||$15 – $50|
|Toys||$20 – $50|
|Grooming Essentials||$30 – $180|
|Deworming, Flea, and Tick Medications||$50 – $200|
|Initial Vet Visits||$100 – $300|
|Initial Vaccine Shots||$75 – $200|
|Neutering or Spaying||$50 – $500|
|Dog License||$10 – $20|
|Microchip||$40 – $60|
|Miscellaneous Supplies||$15 – $30|
|Total Initial Cost||$525 – $2,445|
Kindly take note that the lower range in the table above would be for Pug mixes that are in the category of small dogs, while the upper range would be for Pug mixes that are in the medium to large dogs category.
One of the best pieces of advice I could give as you search for your new pet is to look for reputable breeders of this hybrid.
They will give you your money’s worth by offering high-quality puppies that come with medical certificates.
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Places to Find Pug Mix Puppies for Sale and Adoption
Before buying, it would be best for you to do your research about the type of dog breed you are interested in and their breeders.
Check out this ultimate puppy buying guide to help you make smart decisions on this matter.
If you are interested in taking home one of the many adorable Pug mixes mentioned in this article, here are some of the recommended sites that offer Pug mixes for sale:
- Greenfield Puppies – Greenfield Puppies was established in 2000 and focuses on the health and well-being of all puppies listed on its site. Each puppy also comes with a 30-day health guarantee from the dog breeder. You can find Pug mixes easily since they have their own category in their breed database.
- Lancaster Puppies – Lancaster Puppies has a wide variety of Pug mixes available. You can easily search for a specific puppy by filtering through its price, location, breed, registration, size, and gender. Each puppy also comes with a brief description by the breeder that will help you determine the right puppy for you.
- Keystone Puppies – Keystone Puppies prioritizes responsible breeding and is the first business to hire animal welfare specialists on its team. This user-friendly database has a specific field for mixed breeds, including the Pug mixed breed.
Aside from the ones suggested, you may also consider checking with top Pug breeders in the United States.
Although they focus on breeding pure champion line Pugs, they might have a Pug cross in their listings occasionally.
Another way to check for Pug mixes would be by searching through your local shelters and rescues.
If you choose this path, it is best to familiarize yourself first with this dog adoption guide to help you with the entire adoption process.
Once you are comfortable with the process, feel free to check out these sites to find Pug mixes for adoption:
- Pugs N Roses – This Southern California-based organization is focused on the rescue of the Pug, its mixes, and other dogs from high-kill shelters. Established in 2007, they now have a total of 450 dogs saved.
- Pug Pals – This organization based out of Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington, and Montana is dedicated to rehoming Pug and its crosses. They make sure that they provide for all the medical needs and maintenance of their rescues with their limited resources.
- Green Mountain Pug Rescue – Founded in 2002, this rescue organization is based in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and parts of New York. This rescue has already rehomed 1,400 Pugs with their loving families. Although they focus on the Pug, you can also see Pug mixes and other breeds in their listings.
You may check these other rescue organizations in addition to the ones above. Though many of them focus on the rescue of purebred Pugs, you may eventually find mixes as you go through their available dogs for adoption.
Your local veterinarian is also a good source of information for local breeders of different dog breeds in your area. Give them a visit, and you may find the puppy you want without going too far.
The popularity of the Pug due to its unique looks, funny antics, and lovable personality gives it one of the most numbers of combinations in the designer dog community,
Dog enthusiasts will never run out of options for Pug mixes in terms of size, looks, behavior, and lifestyle fit.
Generally, they are very affectionate, sweet, alert, loving, loyal, and always eager to please their owners.
Their intelligent, protective, and territorial nature, though, sometimes makes them very stubborn and noisy. Once this is addressed through early socialization training, the Pug mix is a great family dog.
We hope that this article has given you enough information on the different types of Pug mixes. It would be great to hear your thoughts on which one best fits you by leaving us a comment!