Puggles are a crossbreed of Pug and Beagle. They have the wrinkles of their Pug parents and the longer muzzle, ears, and tail of a Beagle. This unique appearance and his friendly nature have driven a rapid rise in popularity since the first Puggle was bred in the 1990s. Breeds such as the Puggle are often referred to as designer dogs rather than mixed breeds because they are bred on purpose and are a combination of two known breeds. Puggles are active, and not content to laze around the house, they play energetically indoors and out. Being a social dog, the Puggle gets along well with everyone. He usually enjoys the company of children and isn’t known for aggression toward other dogs. Puggles are not guarded dogs but will watch and bark to let you know when someone comes to the door.
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