View Full Version : OT Puggle to good home
03/02/2006, 10:53 AM
My aunt has a 5month old Puggle(Pug-Beagle) that she has to get rid of, they are the new craze in mix breeds. Looks like a little Mastif. Very friendly active lil dog. She is about 12 pounds or so. Free to good home, well almost, I would like a couple frags as a placement service....lol
Let me know if anyone is interested,
Shawn.....505-4513, would love to have her myself, but I already have 2 dogs, and I dont think it swims well enough to put it in my 90G, and immagine the BIO load......whew.......
03/03/2006, 11:33 AM
congrats Dave.......put some pics up of her when you can!!
03/03/2006, 11:58 AM
wow, a puggle!? any pix?
03/04/2006, 12:54 AM
If the puggle is still available please let me know. I am very very interested.
03/06/2006, 09:10 AM
my puggle is about 9 months old now...he FINALLY stopped peeing/pooping in the house (including while he was sleeping) and I hope after claiming my hot tub cover, my Xbox 360 controller, three TV remotes, a grill cover, his reign of terror is over. Now I just have to deal with his gas that rivals an Iowa State Fair porta potty at 1:30 AM on East side night... You have any similar experieces??
03/06/2006, 09:56 AM
Yes! this puggle will be playing with Gunner, my 100lb 7 month old Great Dane, and running full bore and start crapping, no matter where she is. i dont even think she knows she is crapping. right now i am breaking her of this by taking her outside every 3 hours no matter if it looks like she needs to go or not. Gunner i got at 8 weeks and to date has only made two accidents in the house, ever. she is slowly catching on by wacthing Gunner go outside. gas is not anything new, Gunner will put a hurting on the sinuses, but she aint no slouch either. she has dropped a few that left me looking for a pile. she has got a lot of beagle in her too, howl's from time to time, big ears, tough as nails(got to be to play with Gunner), and just full of sas.
Pics are coming, they are just hard to take when they play as much as these two(and my camera sucks so action shots are blurry). I dont think they have laid down since i brought her home. I have to give Gunner a mid-day break by seperating them so he can catch a nap. she is full of energy and he is use to sleeping for 12+ hours a day.
Thanks Shawn, she is a keeper!
03/06/2006, 10:13 AM
Both my dogs are big Gassers, they can both clear a room, That pooping thing is a surprise to me Dave, she had an occasional accident at my aunts house but had been getting pretty good, so that sux wish you luck on it, We are Glad to hear your liking her, cant wait to see picks of her with the Dane!!!
03/06/2006, 03:55 PM
I dont know what it is with puggles, but they seem to have super animal strength...my dog regularly beats on a golden doodle that weighs close to 80 lbs...
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