Facts About Me
Breed Puggle (Pug Beagle)
Age 1 yr 4 mths
Size 8 kgs
EXP C5 30.11.2019
Good with Other Dogs but looking for a home without dogs
Good With Cats but needs a home without cats
Good with Kids + 12 yrs due excitability
Toilet Trained unless bored or lonely
Adoption Fee $650
Source Number EE 100 229
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
This young Puggle is good with cats, dogs and older kids. Intelligent, enthusiastic and curious with a fun loving character and social nature.
Puggle owners understand this breed is an affectionate, very playful and energetic dog. Being part Beagle, Pudding's intelligence also comes with some stubbornness.
Be aware – starving a Beagle Pug doggy of attention will result in mischievousness behaviour and chewed furniture! They quickly become bored and lonely if they don’t receive frequent attention.
Pudding has two modes. A) When one on one she will follow her owner around, is very quiet, placid and affectionate. B) When more than one person or animal are around, she is 'full of beans', can get over excited and may sometimes miss social cues around other dogs.
Pudding is toilet trained but can forget herself when excited or as punishment if left alone for too long without mental stimulation.
Likes - squeaky toys, playing with other animals and other people.
Dislikes - not getting attention or being separated from her family.
Active singles or couples, perhaps with older kids, looking for a fun, affectionate and playful companion - who are home more often than not.
While she currently lives well with a placid dog, Pudding does tend to take over, pushing the other dog to one side. As she can be bossy we do not recommend she lives permanently with a dominant dog hence, she should be the only permanent dog in the home.
She has lived with a cat (loves to play) but needs a home without cats as a precaution due to the possibility if eye injury due to scratching.
While Pudding is great with the current 3 year old at home, we recommend homes where any kids are at least teenagers and only if gentle and calm around dogs. No dog deserves to be rough housed or exposed to a loud, chaotic environment.
She will not suit homes where people live in very close proximity to each other with small outside areas e.g. villas, units, apartment complexes, terrace houses, strata complexes etc.
As Pudding is people orientated she needs to be part of family activities.
She will not suit homes with residents that are:
Pudding is social and friendly especially with dogs the same gender who are a similar size or smaller.
She does enthusiastically rush into another dog's space wanting to say hello in a friendly manner that can sometimes be misinterpreted by the other dog. She won't usually start an altercation but won't back down if challenged by another unfriendly dog.
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Will bark at strange things outside but can be commanded to stop.
Pudding will suit any of the following:
High - will run and run, cannot miss a day. She loves to run around off leash but will not stray far from you. She does not tire easily and can play with other dogs or people all day long.
When ON a lead ...
She needs work to stop pulling.
When OFF a lead ...
Will not venture far from you while off leash. If you run, she loves to run along side you or trail you. If she runs off to play with other dogs, she frequently circles back to you to check on you. She responds to clicking your fingers to come back or calling her name.
Type of Yard Required
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