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One of the perfect companions for single and older people, the pug Pekingese mix is known by several names such as Puginese, Peke-a-pug, Pug-a-peke, and many more. These dogs are quite friendly, social, and playful, the mixed breed has been recognized by the International Designer Canine Registry, Designer Dogs Kennel Club, American Canine Hybrid Club, and Designer Breed Registry.
The parent breeds of Puginese, pugs, and Pekingese originated in China. The pug breed is regarded as a treasured pet of Buddhist monasteries and existing since before 400 BC, the breed became famous in several parts of Europe as well and was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1885. The Pekingese breed originated in China before 700 BC and according to the Chinese myths, the dog is the descendant of a lion and a marmoset monkey. These dogs are very famous in countries such as China, England, and the United States, even the American Kennel Club registered the breed in 1906.
The short-nosed hybrid is a small-sized dog, the average weight and height are 10-16 lb (4.5-7.2 kg) and 8-14 in (20-36 cm), respectively. The fully grown-up Peke-a-pug weighs around 18 lb (8 kg). The breed is generally found in a variety of colors such as brindle, brown, fawn, black, sable. These stout dogs have large and round eyes, the coat can be either short or long, depending on the characteristics inherited by the parent.
Weekly brushing is required as the Puginese dog has a high potential for shedding, also the skin is very sensitive. The mixed breed is prone to several health problems such as hip dysplasia, mitral valve disease, brachycephalic syndrome, and many more.
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The Puginese is a hybrid of pug and Pekingese, the mixed breed is known by several different names such as Pekingese pug mix, Peke-a-pug, Pug-a-peke, and many more. These dogs are very social, playful, and friendly, the breed is regarded as the perfect companion for single and older people.
The Puginese belongs to the class of Mammalia, the family of Canidae, and the Canis genus. Both breeds are of Chinese descent; pugs are existing since before 400 BC, while the Pekingese developed before 700 BC. Both breeds are recognized by the American Kennel Club since the early 20th century.
The exact population of Pekingese pug mixes is not known as of now but their parent breeds became popular in several continents especially Europe. Both were taken to England. Also, the Puginese became quite famous and has been recognized by the International Designer Canine Registry, Designer Dogs Kennel Club, American Canine Hybrid Club, and Designer Breed Registry.
The hybrid of pugs and Pekingese dogs is found in different countries of North America, Europe, and Asia. The Pekingese used to live in the imperial palace of China, while the pug became so popular in Europe that it replaced other native breeds.
Puginese dogs generally live in homes, shelters, and farms. Studies suggest that these dogs make ideal companions for those living in apartments and urban areas. Unlike other domestic breeds, the Puginese dog breed generally roams in small backyards of the house, balconies of the apartment.
Like other dog breeds, the Puginese dog breed loves being around humans, the dog makes a great companion for single, older people. These dogs live in harmony with other pets as well. They are very friendly, but early socialization is required for the pets to grow with full confidence.
The average life expectancy of a Puginese dog is 12-14 years, while their parent breeds generally live for around 12-15 years. Also, the life span is generally determined by the proper care and health of the dog.
The mixed breed of pug and Pekingese follow similar methods of reproduction as other domestic dogs. These dogs generally reach adulthood when they are six months or one year old. During this time, female dogs go through an estrous or heat cycle and are receptive to males, the period of the heat cycle usually depends on the breed.
Since it is a designer breed, the breeding is mainly performed by the breeder. After breeding, an eight to nine weeks gestation period occurs after which the puppies are born. The litter size is not known, but since the dog is of small size, the litter would range between two to five puppies. It is always advised to visit the veterinarian once your female pup becomes pregnant to check how she and the puppies are doing. Several owners usually neuter their pets to avoid euthanization of puppies.
Like other domestic dogs, the International Union for Conservation of Nature has not evaluated the status of the Puginese dog breed. But these dogs are prone to several health problems such as hip dysplasia, mitral valve disease, brachycephalic syndrome, and many more. Issues such as distichiasis, cataracts, and glaucoma are also common in these dogs. It is always advised to conduct physical and eye examinations to prevent such complications.
The breed is generally found in a variety of colors such as brindle, brown, fawn, black, sable. These stout dogs have large and round eyes, the coat can be either short or long, depending on the characteristics inherited by the parent. Also, the dog possesses a small nose, the hair is generally straight like the Pekingese parent.
*Please note that this is an image of a Pekingese dog, not a Pekingese pug mix. If you have an image of a Pekingese pug mix, please let us know at [email protected].
Apart from their appearance, there are tons of features that are sufficient to attract anyone. As we all know, these dogs are best suited for singles and older people, but they also get along with children, they love being around humans. One would love to see the puppies play and roam in the backyard of the house.
Like other domestic dogs, these dogs follow similar methods to communicate. The dog would generally bark, growl, or do body movements to express something to the owners. Also, owners also teach the dog several commands to ease the interaction. Puginese dogs are also regarded as great guard dogs and they generally bark to alert humans. It also becomes very important to socialize them with children, pets, as they are quite stubborn.
Like their parents, the Puginese dogs are quite small, the average weight is 10-16 lb (4.5-7.2 kg). The males are 8-11 in (20-28 cm) tall and the height of the females is 8-14 in (20-36 cm). The cross is twice as big as a Miniature Poodle and a Toy Poodle.
The exact speed of the cross is not known as of now but their parents, the Pekingese and the pug can easily run at a speed of 21 mph (34 kph) and 10 mph (16 kph), respectively. The companion pup can easily play for around 15-20 minutes a day and can roam around 3 mi (5 km) every week with its owner.
The cross is quite small and the average weight is 10-16 lb (4.5-7.2 kg). A fully grown Peke-a-pug weighs around 18 lb (8 kg).
There are no specific names given to males and females of the mixed breed. People generally use terms such as dog and bitch to refer to males and females of the species, respectively, the term sire is used for adult male dogs, while the word dam is used to call the adult female dog.
Terms such as puppy or pup are used to refer to the baby of the Puginese breed.
The breed is an omnivore and generally eats meat, dog food, grains, and vegetables. Since it is a small breed, a small diet along with a proper amount of food with high nutritional value is always recommended to feed the cross; fatty, and calorie-dense food should be avoided to prevent obesity and health complications. Their food would not cost you more than $20-$30.
The breed is not at all slobbery like other breeds but one should clean the teeth regularly to avoid tooth problems. Also, don't worry if your dog drools a bit around the house while playing and cuddling with you.
These small dogs are considered great pets, the low energy of these dogs makes them an excellent choice for older people, they can survive in a small apartment as well. Unlike other designer breeds, no regular grooming of the coat is required. These playful and loving dogs are quite stubborn and require socialization at an early age. These dogs go well with Labrador Retrievers and Maltese Shih Tzu mix.
The cost of the mixed breed of Boston Terrier and pug, Bugg is around $575-$1600.
Pugs are not dumb; they are quite smart, observant, and are regarded as quick learners.
Pekingese are not pugs and are frequently mistaken for one.
The pug has emerged as one of the popular breeds that can easily be found throughout the world. Generally, pugs are found in fawn color, while 22% of pugs are black. The brindle coat color is considered the rarest of all. There would be only 1% of pugs with a brindle coat.
The skin of these dogs is quite sensitive and they may develop allergies and dermatitis. It is not advised to give them baths regularly and hypoallergenic grooming products should be used to prevent such problems.
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