What Do You Think of These Pug Puppies??? (Links and Info Inside)?

I’m thinking of buying a Pug puppy for myself. Could you please tell me your honest opinion on these Pug puppies and give me some information on how to take care of it. Here’s the link to the breeder and pics of the Pugs - http://www.breedersonline.co.uk/puppy-for-sale.asp?petid=4625×9

Please let me know what you think of this breed. Thanks in advance.

They are adorable. Go ahead and adopt.

5 Responses to “What Do You Think of These Pug Puppies??? (Links and Info Inside)?”

  1. ladystang says:

    i don’t like them
    but up to you what you like
    ask if breeding stock is health tested back 6 generations
    read up on what breed defects pugs have
    talk to vet on care and cost of them
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  2. Pamela D. says:

    Your link won’t fully open, It says for patrons in the UK only.

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  3. Sarah says:

    I don’t like pugs… too many health problems and the least cute of the brachy breeds.
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  4. MamaBas says:

    I’m always very wary of breeders who have to advertise their litters on a general sale website like this to be honest. The puppies look ‘okay’ but how do you KNOW that the puppies pictured, are the ones for sale. The only way is to go visit these people, see mum and the puppies, and hopefully some of her adults. And for confirmation about this particular breeder, I’d contact the Pug Breed Club and ask them for a list of reputable breeders. They may not comment on this person (legal reasons and all that), but she should be on the list if she’s okay. Reputable breeders don’t normally need to advertise their puppies - they normally have a waiting list.

    You can only go look, with an open mind because all puppies are ‘cute’ and you’ll be sucked into buying one, regardless. If you have time, I’d go see more than one litter (not all on the same day for fear of walking infection from one kennel to the next).

    The pedigree doesn’t look especially outstanding, although it looks as if she’s been breeding for a few generations? I’m not familiar with Pug bloodlines (kennel names) and if you just want a good pet, it doesn’t matter so much that there no loads of red there (Champions) - plus it’s very hard to put a Championship on a dog, in the UK.. If she’s a good breeder, she’ll be willing to sit down with you and give you all the information you need about the breed, how to look after your puppy etc.etc.
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  5. Kenya says:

    They are adorable. Go ahead and adopt.
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