Puggle crossbreed – mix of Beagle and Pug

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Puggle - designer/crossbreed/crossbreed/mix dog

Puggle not a purebred but a crossbreed (mixed breed) dog also called hybrid (designer dog).

As you could guess from it name the Puggle is a mix of Beagle and Pug

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F1, F1b, F2 & F3 Puggles - what are those numbers mean?

There is a gradation of Puggle dogs by percent of parent purebreds.

F1 Puggle are 50x50 mixes created by crossing 100% purebred Beagle with 100% purebred Pug.

F1B Puggles are 25x75 mixes created by crossing F1 Puggle with one of parent breed (100% purebred Beagle or Pug).

Learn more about F1 Puggle at F1 Dogs .com.

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Articles on Puggle

  • Irish Breed Dog Mixes

    So, what do you get when you mix an Irish Water Spaniel with an English springer spaniel? You get an Irish Springer, a dog fresh and clean as a whistle! This little joke illustrates the fact that crossing breeds can sometimes have some unexpected outcomes; some can even be comical, like the Puggle (Pug + Beagle), while others are very desirable. For example, the Irish setter, as we know it today, is the result of mixing six different breeds over time. According to...

  • Beabull - an unexpected mix

    You may think a Beagle, and a Bulldog are two unlikely mixes; the Bulldog is best known for his “smug” expression, and aggressive tendencies. What most do not know is that the the aggressive tendencies of the breed are not applicable if bred correctly. Bulldogs are loving, loyal creatures that prefer to snooze in the living room surrounded by their pack members [aka you and your family!] then go outside. Beagles share many of the same qualities, and are loyal, kid friendly dogs but this breed has a little more...

  • Puggle - a sweet mix!

    The word Puggle has a whimsical ring to it, and it's no doubt this breed makes for a great pet. This hybrid is a cross between the ever common Pug, and the energetic Beagle. Like the two breeds it's crossed with, the Puggle would do well in a family environment, with children and other pets. This is a sweet breed who's interest in everything will be an endless source of amusement. Take a little spunk from the Beagle, mix it with the sweet disposition of the Pug, and you have a great designer dog, the Puggle! The Puggle can certainly be considered a lap dog, ranging from...

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