Puggle Pictures

Want your puggle featured as a photo or video post? Send in your best Puggle shots to puggleblog@gmail.com, and be sure to include your Puggle's name, and a line or two about your Puggle's personality!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Jackpot - Front Row Viewing!

Jackpot has tuned in to The Dog Whisperer's Cesar Millan!

Saturday, December 1, 2012


Helen writes in from Scotland:

"Rizzo is now a year old. I love her playful and mischievous nature. Best thing I have done was buying her."

Thank you, Rizzo!  You look like you are getting ready to find a great hiding place for that rawhide!


Jackpot looks nice and cozy on her bed.   Wonder what she could be dreaming about?  I bet 'visions of sugarplums' are dancing in her head!

Veta, Jackpot's lucky owner, wrote:

Jackpot is a female that I found in our parking garage at work. She was four months old. She is now 11 months old. Loves to play with people, all types of dogs and her stuffed toys. She loves walking, running and napping on my pillows. 
Very loveable puppy.

Wonderful, Veta!  Looks like you hit the Jackpot with your puggle!


What an adorable puglet!  Here we have Jessie at 6 months old from the UK - Jessie must be anxiously waiting for Santa to bring a surprise on Christmas.  Thank you for sharing your photo, Nick.

Poinsettias and Puggles

This time of year, you may be tempted to fill your house with this popular and lovely holiday decoration. You may have heard the rumors that poinsettias are fatal to pets if ingested. Lucky for you, this is a myth! Your poinsettias and puggle can co-exist this holiday season.

You might want to keep your poinsettias out of reach of curious canine mouths, because poinsettias can cause mild gastrointestinal irritation such as diarrhea or even vomiting in severe cases. But poinsettias are not toxic to pets. So decorate with this festive and beautiful plant this holiday!

Friday, January 13, 2012

Friend of a Puggle...

Alright, so he's not a puggle. But he loves music... check it out!

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Solomon, the Puggle From Kentucky

Say hello to Solomon the Puggle!

Solomon's mom, Angela, says he's her best friend, and he's super cute! Thanks for checking in guys!!

Friday, January 6, 2012

Puggle Chasing Treats

Funny video of a Puggle named Jagger from Ohio, chasing treats around the kitchen like a maniac! Thanks Siobhan!

Theo the Puggle

Thanks Neill for this awesome photo of your buddy Theo!!

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Update: Rider and Riley, Puggle Brothers from PA!

Our friends Rider and Riley, the handsome Puggle brothers with the cool black coats, are now two years old! They recently spent their third Christmas together. Here they are taking a break from romping around the Christmas tree.

Thanks to Rider and Riley's family for the update!!

New Puggle Video!

Here's a new video of a sleeping Puggle named Jagger! You can see he's in some kind of doggy dream for a while, then he wakes up. Pretty funny stuff!

Happy New Year from your Puggle Friends!

As a special treat for the New Year, we'd like to introduce you to a very good friend of ours named Hendrix the Puggle. Hendrix is a cute and friendly little puggle pup, but the last time we heard from him, he wasn't feeling very well. Hope you're feeling better, Hendrix!!

Rider the Puggle

Rider is a fantastic Puggle from Pennsylvania! Named after Catasauqua Rough Riders, Rider is a cool looking Puggle because his coat is all black! Very cool!

Rider and his brother Riley "go crazy and wrestle constantly" whenever they get together, and tire out their parents!

Last time we heard from Rider the Puggle, he was being trained to ring a bell whenever he had to go outside. Rider's mom reports that he started ringing the bell on the very first day! Good job buddy!

And thanks for the update!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Let Your Puggle Shine

Why not create a great puggle e-card, starring, of course, your puggle! Go to this website to use a little of your creativity and a lot of your puggle's personality and produce a winning e-card:

Puggle E-Cards.

Home, home on the Mange?

Some breeders have puggles that show a genetic defect which results in a condition known as "puppy strangle."

This condition affects the skin of a puggle, and if left untreated it will spread down the body and eventually "strangle" and kill your puggle!

Fortunately, this condition is very treatable with antibiotics. It appears as a kind of dermatitis on the puggle's head and may be swollen and raw.
If you look very closely at this sweet, little puggle, Jagger, you can see her head is affected by the 'strangle.' Who wants to see their adorable puggle suffer needlessly?

Breeders who have puggles that are afflicted with this genetic and stress-induced condition should stop breeding at once. Do your research and try to find a reputable breeder, and hopefully one that has references and satisfied customers with whom you can check before buying a puggle.

If your puggle has "puppy strangle" or any other genetic disorder, don't panic. He or she is still capable of being a perfect puggle and in all likelihood will not show signs of his or her disorder once it has been identified and treated.

What's important is that you know all the signs and symptoms, so you can get your puggle treated as soon a problem arises!

Peeing Puggles

Having a tough time house training your Puggle?

Puppy Training Pads from your local, reputable pet supply store might be the solution you're looking for. In fact, I just check their website and the Pet Gold Puppy Training Pads are currently on sale.

You can train your puppy in as little as one week with these training pads. The super absorbent plastic-lined pads are secured within an easy-to-clean plastic tray to protect your floors and carpets.

Which is great, because believe me, having your new Puggle puppy pee all over the carpet numerous times a day is NOT the way to go about training a dog.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

How are Puggle Puppies Made?

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Celebrities and Puggles

Puggles really took off as a popular dog breed after numerous celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal and Julianna Moore bought puggles for their own homes.

It's no wonder that celebrities often choose puggles as a breed for their dog; puggles are among the smartest, best looking and affectionate of dog breeds!

But it's important to get a puggle not because celebrities do, but because the puggle is a good match for your own personality.

So if you want a dog that will crave your attention and match you wit for wit, then the puggle might be the perfect dog for you!

Friday, December 24, 2010

Cool Christmas Gifts for your Puggle

What could a puggle want besides your love and attention this Christmas?

Well, how about a nice new sweater for those cold winter months, for starters? And maybe one of those fake stockings filled with toys and treats? Any gift that enhances play time with your dog is one they're sure to appreciate.

Here are some suggestions:

A laser pointer. Your puggle will love chasing that light around. You can get some really cool ones now that have a green beam that is so strong, it will actually double as a pointer to constellations. That's right, you can point out stars with these things, no I'm not kidding.

Inflatable Remote control cars. Puggles will go wild trying to figure out what's going on when you drive a small remote control car around the living room. You and the fam will have a blast, and so will your dog! I recommend taking a little fabric to dress the car up to look like an animal. Race that thing out into the living room and let the mayhem begin!

Tennis ball launcher. Here's another one that the dog in the family will appreciate. With one of these devices, you can whip a tennis ball hundreds of feet with minimal effort. Your dog will love this, and they're gonna get completely tuckered out from using it! Plus, you'll have a blast slingshotting tennis balls.

There are so many options for getting your pet a cool gift this Christmas. Being creative about it is half the fun!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Harley Benjamin

After a hard day of playing, Harley is ready for a nap. Sydney shared these photos of his sometimes hyper Harley Benjamin. Sydney says, "He is very hyper at times, but loves to give kisses and snuggle with you while you sleep." Well, Sydney, he looks like he will be ready for more romping after this nap. I can see why you and your family would spoil Harley!