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Are you looking for a free Pug puppy? Or, are you just looking for a cheap pug? Either way, you need to read the rest of this post.

First, you are incredibly unlikely to get a free pug. Like it or not, there are expenses involved in breeding healthy puppies. Unless you happen to get about as lucky as winning the lottery, you’re not going to find someone who will just “give” you a free pug. However, there are people who want to sell you a pug, for cheap — but should you buy a Pug from a “cheap” breeder?

First, you must understand that all Pugs are not created equally. Getting a good price on a Pug is not the same thing as getting a better price on a new camera, TV, or new car. Different breeders are selling you different things — from one, you might get a Lexus and from another you might get a Yugo. What makes it a little bit more complicated is that price does not always indicate whether you are getting a good dog. You could find a disreputable breeder who sells their puppies for as much as possible. On the other hand, you may find a very good breeder who is only trying to cover her costs and would be willing to sell their dog for less than it is worth. You might also find a good breeder who charges a fee only to make sure that they give their dogs to good homes, on the theory that people who are interested in a free pug do not have the dedication or resources to take proper care of a dog. However, you are more likely to find a breeder who is selling you a cheap dog because the breeder is set up to produce a large number of puppies without regard for the health and quality of those puppies.

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They are running a fast food joint. Just as burger places serve cheap food that will cause you health problems, breeders selling large numbers of cheap pugs will sell you dogs with health problems.

You will get very attached to your puppy, I promise you. Pugs, especially those from puppy mills, are prone to health problems, and it can be very painful to lose a pug early because of this. Also, health problems are EXPENSIVE. While it might save you a small amount of money now, getting a cheap pug will cost you a lot more if you end up with one that has serious health issues. Finally, in the long run, the difference in price between a pug from a reasonably priced reputable breeder and from a puppy mill will not be that much, relative to the cost of regular vet visits, heart worm pills, dog food, and dog toys you will buy.

Also, you should definitely consider a rescue pug. They are definitely not free most of the time, but they are a good way to get a dog. I will talk more about rescue pugs in a future post.

To learn how to tell a good from bad breeders and for more about why it is so important, you absolutely need to read my earlier article on pug breeders.

P.S., If you agree with what I’ve said here and you have your own blog, please link to this post.

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95 Comments »

  Sandy wrote @ April 14th, 2008 at 6:23 am

Thanks for the suggestion, I added a link to your article to my blog.

  Meredith Griffin wrote @ April 14th, 2008 at 8:12 am

I am so glad you all post this information here. So many people think about the immediate and not the long term when it comes to purchasing a pug.

  lex wrote @ April 14th, 2008 at 9:35 am

It is sooo true! Indy has a luxating petella and it won’t be covered by pet insurance since it was diagnosed before hand.

  amber wrote @ April 14th, 2008 at 7:19 pm

BRAVO on an excellent blog post! I feature a rescue pug on my blog every Wednesday and am linking this post right now!

  gabrielle wrote @ April 15th, 2008 at 4:45 pm

Fantastic post, and I’m hoping that the fast-food analogy hits home. For anyone who needs more of a push: my then-bf, now-husband bought a backyard pug puppy, although I begged him not to. After months of agony and thousands in vet bills, she died in our arms four years later from a congenital and incurable brain disease that a reputable breeder would have bred out of the line. He learned the saddest lesson imaginable. If you want a purebred dog and can’t find a rescue, support real breeders, who are dedicated to the betterment of the breed. (Happy ending: we now have a well-bred and healthy pug boy, after months of research and screening.)

  johanna wrote @ April 15th, 2008 at 7:47 pm

Rescue pugs may not be free but they are way cheaper than the cheapest of backyard breeders or puppy millers, & you get the added satisfaction of knowing you are saving a life instead of treating animals like commodities to be bought & sold.

  Kate wrote @ April 17th, 2008 at 8:13 am

Kudos to you for posting this. There needs to be a greater public understanding of the ultimate price pug owners (and the pugs themselves) pay when they come from irresponsible breeding operations. Many pugs pay with their lives after succumbing to genetic defects/diseases at young ages.

Urban Pug is doing a stellar job of publicly addressing the issue. Great use of your website!

  Krista wrote @ April 18th, 2008 at 8:49 am

I am a foster family for a pug rescue and I urge everyone to adopt a pug instead of going to a breeder. We recently rescued 13 pugs from a breeder, most of them malnourished and kept in poor conditions. The adoption fee is $250, which rarely covers any of the expenses that pugs incur while in our care. Rescue’s are overloaded with pugs, young and old, who need loving homes. Please consider rescuing a pug first.

  Sophie and Dixie wrote @ April 24th, 2008 at 1:55 pm

Amazing post, same with the pug breeder one. I linked both in my blog’s entry today, and also put you in my list of dog blogs. Thanks for such AMAZING entries! Sophie and Dixie say hi to Gizmo and Gadget!

  Renee Coleman wrote @ June 28th, 2008 at 7:30 pm

I always wanted a pug and dont got money to buy one so if Icould find a free pug i would give it a good home

  Geinner Duque wrote @ September 21st, 2008 at 7:42 am

hi me and my family are looking for a loving and caring dog we have bine serching for months and we havent found any thing. So if you would just give us the pug we would thank you very much.Ohh and thank you for your time

  Jenn wrote @ October 29th, 2008 at 11:07 am

Someone looking for a pug could also check with their local breeders, and ask about retired dogs. I picked up my 2nd pug at the same breeder as my younger dog. She was about 6 when we brought her home, they didn’t charge us as she was too old to breed any longer. You still need to do a thorough background check though, as my dog ended up being more of a rescue, where I didn’t want to let her go back there.

  Rebekah wrote @ November 6th, 2008 at 6:51 pm

I’m looking for 2 free female pug.. one is black and one is any color

  BRITTNEY wrote @ November 12th, 2008 at 10:32 am

WHEN I WAS TWELVE I LOST MY BEST FRIEND IN THE WORLD SHE WAS A PUG HER NAME WAS ANNIE SHE GOT HIT BY A CAR AND AS LONG AS I CAN FIND ONE LIKE HER I WILL GIVE A GREAT HOME

  Carrie wrote @ November 27th, 2008 at 1:20 pm

Are your pugs really for FREE because iam looking for one and i live in Nebraska.

  angie rush wrote @ December 13th, 2008 at 6:26 am

I need to find a great home for a wonderful black pug. He is so sweet, nothing wrong with him at all. He is about 5 years old. His owners just had a baby with special needs and feel a dog won’t work with their new family. He is regestered and not fixed. They want the best home out there for him. I am near Wichita Kansas.

  kayla wrote @ December 22nd, 2008 at 10:51 pm

I really what a pug for my friend Mrs.Ivy she wants chugs really bad by

  Pami wrote @ January 7th, 2009 at 3:46 pm

I’m Looking for a free Female pug to be a playmate for my father white highland terrier his dog is his indoor service dog and the dog need another dog to play with my father has cancer and would sure love tohave one to make him happy and his Service dog happy. Looking for a eightmonth to a year old dog.
I hope somebody can also help with the free shipping!
email me servicedogtaffy@hotmail.com

  kobe wrote @ April 28th, 2009 at 11:40 am

I want a healthy pug really bad. please if you can I would take a pug sincerly kobe

  Austin wrote @ April 30th, 2009 at 3:55 pm

It is clear who has actually bothered to read this post before commenting, and who just jumped in with both greedy guns a-blazin’. I think that if a person can’t even bother to read a blog post (that rightfully speaks out against the hidden costs of “free” and “discount” pugs), that person should certainly not own a dog at any price.

Sincere thanks for this post. It seems to me that there is only heartbreak and bankruptcy down Free Pug Road.

  Vanessa wrote @ May 24th, 2009 at 6:28 pm

I agree its true that cheap pug pups are from breeders who only do it for the money. I got one five years ago. His name is Pursey and he is cippled in his front elbow but he dosen’t let it hold him back. I didn’t have the heart to return him to the breeder, they would just put him down. Now is very loved by our entire family. He completes us.

  Emily wrote @ May 25th, 2009 at 3:47 pm

Thanks alot that was very helpful. I’ll thinkabout that when I buuy a puppy from someone.

  geraldine wrote @ May 30th, 2009 at 7:55 am

I WANT A PUG PUPPY…BUT I DONOT HAVE MONEY TO PAY FOR IT…
CAN YOU HELP ME.

  geraldine wrote @ May 30th, 2009 at 7:57 am

I LOVE DOGS…I BELV THEY ARE MAN’S BEST FRIEND…..I WOULD BE HAPPY IF I GET PAIR…OR IF NOT THAT EVEN ONE PUP WOOULD BE OK..BUT A PAIR WOULD BE COMPANY.

  Anonymous wrote @ July 2nd, 2009 at 1:41 pm

so cute i want one but don`t have the money.

  crystal smith wrote @ July 5th, 2009 at 9:03 pm

I have a half breed tawny boxer Missy Sue (my daughter) who has mega esophagus and we would love to find her a companion. i am looking for a female pug puppy. We would be a very loving home to a pug puppy in need of a good loving home with lots of walks and car rides. We have 65 acres to walk on. We just put out almost $5,000 to save the boxer and would love to get a little one too… At the moment we have about $300 to buy a puppy. I am fine with having one that has been rescued. We live in PA and are willing to drive in to another state to pick one up depends on how far. no more than a days drive there and back. Please e-mail me with any info on dogs in my area or where to even look.

  crystal smith wrote @ July 5th, 2009 at 9:05 pm

My e-mail is missysuesmith2006@yahoo.com sorry it didn’t make it into last message

  yvonne wrote @ October 3rd, 2009 at 10:56 pm

hi my name is yvonne, my mothers birthday is coming up, october 19th and she wants a male pug, brown with a black face. she says no older than three years old, i was wondering if anyone has one for sale or knows anyone that has a pug for sale i live in modesto, california

  yvonne wrote @ October 3rd, 2009 at 10:57 pm

my email is mizz_14ktdreams@yahoo.com please email me if you have any info thank you

  s. mcclure wrote @ November 29th, 2009 at 9:44 am

looking form a black pug puppy for my child and me. can you help?

  nia wrote @ December 19th, 2009 at 11:38 am

chold i get one of those dog i am just a kid please

  alisha wrote @ December 23rd, 2009 at 11:08 pm

Hi I am interested in a pug and would like one fairly cheap or free. I have children and we have been considering getting a puppy and these ones are so adorable. I live in west virginia and if anyone would like to donate a pug or sell me one at a reasonable price that would be great. Thanks

  alisha wrote @ December 23rd, 2009 at 11:09 pm

my email is alisha-21@hotmail.com

  Patsy Cormier wrote @ January 9th, 2010 at 6:41 am

I have had the pleasure of raising 4 pugs. They have brought me and my husband great pleasure and comfort. I also have adopted a beautiful black cocker spaniel to join our family but pugs will always be close to my heart.

  kelly wrote @ January 18th, 2010 at 12:41 pm

Wow! I can’t believe how many people didn’t actually read this post! They instead just saw the title and hoped to get a handout! If they aren’t willing to pay for aquiring a dog then are they going to be willing to pay for veterinary care? From my experience, NO!
It really frustrates me when people say that they want a certain type of animal for FREE and then specify that they will only accept fully trained, a certain sex, up to date with veterinary care etc.

Haven’t they ever heard the saying “BEGGERS CAN’T BE CHOOSERS!”

  Heather wrote @ January 31st, 2010 at 4:26 pm

look. ok here is th thing this ad is right , i have bought 2 pugs for real cheap prices (for pugs tht is) but both has had something wrong with them and neither had papers…one was named wednesday and ended up having cancer and died at 1 year snd the other is named jasper and the person i got him from gave him up too early and gave him dog food at only 3 wks. he was put in the hospital after i got him with a bad intestinal virus at 6 wks old and had to have some of his intestines taken out. he is still a happy dog and hyper as heck. and that is another thing people dont think about when getting a pug. they think they are quiet peaceful animals…and that isn’t always true. for the most part they are extreamly hyperactive dogs

  Jan wrote @ February 2nd, 2010 at 7:59 am

I had a beautiful pug about 7 years ago and he was out side for a short time and someone took him. and I missed him more and more everyday. I would graciously appreciate a pug. My husband is now disabled and I am the sole ‘bread winner’ and cannot pay a large price for a pug. Any suggestions.

  Miranda roberts wrote @ February 5th, 2010 at 5:16 pm

I’m in las Vegas and my parents will only let me get a free pug please help me

  martha marshall wrote @ March 12th, 2010 at 8:21 pm

hi please some one can help me oh tell me how I can get a free pug I read the somenthing when is free coming with problems now I have scare please someone can help in tell me what I can do thank you so much

  Emily Acevedo wrote @ March 21st, 2010 at 2:00 pm

I would like a baby pug named Martha Marshall.

  ada wrote @ March 25th, 2010 at 4:56 pm

i will like to get a pug i can pay for it

  Suman Rebello wrote @ April 14th, 2010 at 2:10 pm

I need a pug and is it possible for free

  ICUnurse wrote @ April 19th, 2010 at 2:33 pm

Anyone want a free pug?
PAY ATTENTION:

IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY A PUG, YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO TAKE CARE OF A PUG!!!!

My pug is 4 years old and i have spent OVER $12,000 on him so far on upkeep.

PUGS ARE HIGH MAINTENANCE AND EXPENSIVE EVEN IF THEY ARE WELL-BRED!!! They are time consuming and costly. I love my pug immensely, but you have to be ready for the financial and emotional commitment!
I am posting this in all sincerity to anyone wanting a pug. Know what you are getting into.!!

If you want a free pug because you can’t afford to buy one, trust me you cannot afford to keep one.

  Anna (catwrangler) wrote @ May 9th, 2010 at 2:05 pm

Ditto on the people who didn’t read this post and are saying the want a free pug. Duh!

When I was looking for a pug, I posted ads on various Craig’s Lists in different cities as I couldn’t find one in my hometown (at the time). I received an email from someone in Portland that said ‘I can get you one for $250′. It was like WTF. Sounds like he was going to steal it out of someone’s yard. I am sorry to read about those that have lost or had their pugs stolen. We are very careful with Magda and never let out of sight as we are afraid someone would steal her though we feel like we should have a disclaimer on her – subluxated patella, gassy, finicky, doesn’t obey, house trained 95% of the time, sheds a lot, eats her own poo, jumps on everyone, always underfoot etc. Pugs are not inexpensive dogs and I thought about getting one for 5 years before I did. I talked to many owners at Pug Day and had a real feel for the breed before I got one. Even when I did tons of research and went to a breeder that I thought was reputable, she was so small that our vet thought she was going to die & has subluxated patellas. There was no way were going to return her (I even have a subluxated patella). Pugs require RESEARCH RESEARCH RESEARCH.

  Maria wrote @ May 24th, 2010 at 2:37 pm

Hello. I got mine from a close family to us who, from one day to another, had their pug population increased by 300%. Their pug couple were parents and they couldn’t afford breeding 7 pugs. So the pug puppies were loved and cared since day 1. I do not know how pug puppies are treated by breeders, but i honestly don’t like the idea of estimulating their use as money machines. Therefore, i would kindly ask all the people asking for a free pug and others considering pugs, please look for them a rescue center. Please look around and receive a pug in need. They are extremly loyal and beautiful, they would steal your heart in a minute, no matter if they are in a rescue center or the fanciest breeding center.

  jannat wrote @ July 30th, 2010 at 1:46 am

hi… plz help me to find a pug.. i love pugs a lot. If some one selling his pug at cheapest price plzzzzzzzzz tell me on my face book id thankssss

  dawn wrote @ August 8th, 2010 at 10:24 pm

i am looking for a female pug for my husband , he lost his to old age ,hes very upset so please if anyone can help let me know thanks

  robin wrote @ August 22nd, 2010 at 5:57 pm

i love pugs grew up with then my hole life. i would love to recure a pug i would give her the best home ever would like a female baby or would take a older one i am in kona hi right now windering if thier any pug resures here

  tammy dowling wrote @ December 25th, 2010 at 8:29 pm

i am looking for someone who has a male pug so i can mate my daisy she is a pug breed she is in heat please give me a call my phone number is 1-802-772-7388 please give me a call my name is tammy i am the owner of daisy she is a very lovable dog so please call me as soon as possible please thank you tammy dowling

  kevin welford wrote @ January 2nd, 2011 at 6:33 pm

i am looking for a pug puppy for my 5 year old. he ask for one for Christmas but could not afford one. does anybody got a pug that is not to much so i can finish his Christmas? I LIVE IN MS.

  roger wrote @ January 14th, 2011 at 11:19 am

looking 4 free pug

  tatiana wrote @ January 18th, 2011 at 11:24 am

i wanna free pug puppie for my mom and she always wanted 1 and she never had one and i will love 2 get her 1 before we move to norwich can someone help me get the money or help me get it for free

  Cara wrote @ February 7th, 2011 at 2:41 am

i am looking for a free pug or a cheep 1 i have a 3/4 pug called princess and she is in need of company i have a young boy aswell as i need 1 that will be good with him as princess is brill with him if there are any unwanted pugs princess will be happy for the company they are great dogs and wouldnt want any other breed xx

  darshan wrote @ February 28th, 2011 at 7:42 am

if r there any free pug for me????? plzzzzzzz in inform i really want 2 pug pup.. plzzz…..

  Jesus m wrote @ February 28th, 2011 at 5:37 pm

Yeah im klooking for a pug puppy or young one if possible… I had one I use to work in a pet store there was a pug that when for growming an the onwer never pick her up she was in a cannel for like two years they never walker never took her out so feel sadso I told the onwer of the shop if icould taker shes say no at first but then she saw that I was serious so she haver to me she was timit n scare all the time I feel in love with n my wife too n these idiot in the street jump my fence n took her away from saddest day of my life ps puggs ruler

  jaime wrote @ February 28th, 2011 at 9:25 pm

i was what a pug nose dog do you have any for free

  jaime wrote @ February 28th, 2011 at 9:29 pm

do you have a pug nose dog for free

  Anonymous wrote @ April 6th, 2011 at 3:01 pm

i want a pug. my dad wanted one before he die in 2005 so he can name it after my mom that die 2004. so i have been looking to get a pug they are so cute. i want to name him after my dad so i can have someone to hold at night

  roger meadows wrote @ June 4th, 2011 at 7:41 am

we lost are 3and a half year old pug he had heart trouble are family feel apart chester was a big part of are lifes are home is to quit without him here we loved him very much and if anyone like to see chester you can see him on facebook search for roger meadows

  Anonymous wrote @ June 12th, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Wow you sure drew in the mouth breathers with that heading, lmao. I’m guessing most of them ‘dont reed to gud’ anyway, which is why they never bothered. I’m adopting a 3 year old pug from an older couple in a few weeks here, but this article has officially made me wary of what I may be getting myself into. I really don’t want to adopt a puppy, we don’t have pug rescues nearby and I have yet to see a pug in the listings at either our humane society or our second chance center. Any advice for anyone privately adopting an older dog?

  jennifer wrote @ July 12th, 2011 at 2:14 pm

We love our girl keana she is the bright pug. For people that think that pugs are very stubernd. Not true its all depends on the person. I have 4 kids Still have time for her it took only 4wk for her to potty on floor no ware else with out pads. she is only a few months old when we got her. So we are looking for a black male for her. Hope who ever reads this can have a hart for my little girl she is loney we are still looking out there for here so hello out there. Be very careful out there trying to find pugs cause there are a lots of scams out there. We just got riped of lots of money wasent worth geting riped of but. We were trying to get her a play mate but did not happen. So if anyone who reads this please help us find her a playmate thank u family.

  David T wrote @ August 29th, 2011 at 11:43 am

What price could i expect for a good pug?
I would like a black female.
I have seen some at animal shelters for $125 to $300, depending on the animals condition.
Is this a good prce? or should i look out for problems?

  Susan R wrote @ October 2nd, 2011 at 8:58 am

I have had 2 pugs in my lifetime. My first one broke my heart by chasing after cars, and got ran over in my driveway. (34 years ago.) Our last pug, Frankie, we rescued from a family who bought him because of the movie, MEN IN BLACK. He was 2 years old at that time . We had him for over 6 years. He loved the smell of smoke, slept with us, and loved vetetables. He passed away in my arms on 9-4-11. I really miss him. I know all dogs go to heaven.

  Amber wrote @ October 24th, 2011 at 8:06 pm

i have a pug called poppy she is so cute

  durlabh wrote @ November 27th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

hie guys…i luv pugs lyk hell how much i luv ma gal dat much i luv pugs …i want it badly but out of cash..so plz i beg.if some1 can get me 2 pugs plz get me… i swear ill tke care of it very nicely..ill be d 1 who is free fr dem
always…plz its urgent..call me 9060494415

  BrandX wrote @ December 1st, 2011 at 6:55 pm

let me just say that this web log is spot on. I just rescued a Pug from the streets…skinny, nails worn flat, and stinky. Let me also say that there is no such thing as a free dog. this little dude has intestinal worms, and heart worms…that may be why he was on the street in the first place. but he is so funny and sweet that I will do what i can to get him healthy. he’s only about a year- 1 1/2 old and other than being neglected he’s got no congenital health issues that we know about. So please get your Pug on heartworm preventative and get their shots.

  charlotte wrote @ December 28th, 2011 at 12:48 am

hi i would really like a free pug if anyone would like to give me one i would really apreciate it and i would give you a definite reasonably price$$$$$$$!!!!!!!

  ernie c heydorn wrote @ January 9th, 2012 at 5:30 pm

I’m looking for black face tan body

  cole tanner wrote @ January 24th, 2012 at 4:17 pm

my mommy is looking for a pug and I hope that I win the drawling so I can give it to her for her for her birthday

  jackie hickerson wrote @ January 28th, 2012 at 1:54 pm

i would like to get a pug my mom had them and we like them so can you find me a free one thank you

  monica dufresne wrote @ February 12th, 2012 at 3:07 pm

i am looking for a free pug

  jenny felton wrote @ February 24th, 2012 at 8:21 pm

I’m looking for a pug puppy i’m willing to pay a reasonable price$$$$$$!!!! I’m begging please!!!.

  Charlene wrote @ March 21st, 2012 at 2:20 pm

I have a female pug she’s 7years old but looking for a friend for her( pug)

  Karmen wrote @ April 29th, 2012 at 8:44 am

I have Gotten a FREE Pug before, I did a search on craigslist.org and i found one and at first we thought we had to pay but when i talked to the lady she said FREE and i said whaa so we ended up getting him, he came with papers. He was just a pup. He was the cutest loved my kids. Well my mom ended up forgetting him outside and someone ended up stealing him.. Made me sad.. And now i am looking for another one. but i am a single mom so it is a little harder on me to get one..

  prathap wrote @ June 9th, 2012 at 7:34 am

i lik dogs n i hav so many breeds now looking fa pugs…

  brianna wrote @ July 12th, 2012 at 5:25 pm

hello im brianna and there is a very poor old widdow, her house dog died and she’s been loanly no one will vist her but me . she told me to get her a free house dog 4 her in summervill and she fell in love with r pug so if u have one please please give her one if u will contact me(:

  tina wrote @ July 22nd, 2012 at 1:45 pm

i really enjoyed this article. pugs are wonderful dogs. we’ve had 6 and have loved them all. you have to research any pet your are going to buy, rescue or bring home from the animal shelter. dogs are alot like people. some have health problems and some do not. you do have to be willing to accept your pets for the good and the bad that may come along in life. the wonderful love you get from a dog, cat or any pet. also, the surgeries or illnesses (just like people) that may be needed along the way. i now have a boston that is 12 yrs old, a peke that is 10 yrs old, a pug that is 7 and a bullie mix that is 7 yrs old. as animals age they sometimes do need more care but that just comes along with anyone or anything that has age to it. you have to take care of yourself, your pets, cars, homes…in my opinion there are too many people who want cheap dogs so they can breed them and overbreed them just for a few bucks. on the other hand there are a few reputable breeders that do breed for the health of the dogs, to show them and to share their wonderful puppies with fortunate people. if you are low on funds but would give a pet a wonderful home please go to your local humane society and adopt a pet from them. their are tons of dogs and cats, kittens and puppies that need good homes and they dont charge much for the adoption and you have a friend for life whose life you may have saved. :)

  Tina wrote @ October 23rd, 2012 at 2:58 pm

I found ur article very interesting. I just lost my dog 3 weeks ago to congestive heart failure. his name was Peanut he was a mix between chiwawha and terrier. he had the most character and acted so human, he had the greatest facial expressions u swore he was gonna speak. I think that’s what draws me to have a pug their faces seem to say something, they seem like they would b a lifetime best friend like my peanut was to me. Now that hes gone there’s the biggest hole in my life and my heart, i live alone and am disabled. I really have my heart set on a puppy, i just cant lose another dog in a few years. so thanks for the info on looking out for the bad breeders, cause i have no idea what im doing. wish me luck…

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  Janice lopez wrote @ November 15th, 2012 at 8:24 pm

I am wanting pug very very bad and that is the only puppy I have been wanting for a very very long time please give me good luck I would love it with all my heart just like it was my kid please thank u Janice lopez

  Gudrun wrote @ November 28th, 2012 at 5:04 pm

Thank you for all the Info on Pugs and Pug breeders, I really appreciate this. I have been looking into getting another Pug, since ours died earlier this year, she was 18 years old, and my husband is missing scratching “those neckrolls”
and such. He wants another Pug.

  jose wrote @ December 30th, 2012 at 6:06 pm

ware can i get a free pug or cheep ???

  Hassan wrote @ January 1st, 2013 at 10:50 am

i am glad to read your suggesions and i want to have a pug at a very cheap cost . so will you please . . .

  Hassan wrote @ January 1st, 2013 at 10:56 am

actually i love dogs and i want to have a pug pup . . .

  Grayce wrote @ January 5th, 2013 at 12:10 am

Thanks ! I’m getting a pug soon so I needed advice

  jamie- deaf wrote @ February 23rd, 2013 at 4:51 pm

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jamie Barnett

  mary wrote @ March 30th, 2013 at 3:00 am

Hey my name is Mary and. I love pugs Iwant wan sou. If you give me one I will be the girl more happy that can exist

  Gail Stein wrote @ April 12th, 2013 at 8:53 am

Just lost one of my pugs.my other three and my self are so sad.his name was duke .he was 10years old. He got seizures and had no use of his back legs.he was dumped off at. The humane society .I even purchased him a wheel chair. We loved him so much .all I do is c. ry.I want another one to love .I’m retired but my husband is out of work so my pug needs to be free.

  Rose wrote @ February 1st, 2014 at 10:05 pm

I would like to suggest checking with animal shelters. There aren’t any free pugs but the shelters do have them at a lower cost without papers of course. I ended up with a pug that kept coming over and eating my cats cat food which isn’t good for dogs. Took him in after a bad storm and him scratching at my door whining. Found out later he belonged to one of my neighbors but she told me to just keep him being as he wouldn’t stay at home. So he sort of adopted my husband and I as his owners.

  Fred Finizzi wrote @ February 3rd, 2014 at 11:24 pm

I am looking for a pug young male or female no older than 3 years and I am in Pennsylvania.

We just lost our Pug Molly in December 2 2013 and we offer a heaven for a Puggy. The Pug will Never be left alone. EVER. I had problems from surgery so I can take care of a Pug but I had to move back home because I can’t work. My parents are retired and healthy and are very active when it comes to our Pug. We offer a happy, safe, clean, peaceful, loving and lots of attention kind of home. We have a very respected and caring Vet and we love Pugs. I need the snorts, grunts, groans and head tilting that only a Pug can offer. This is a perfect home with three responsible caring Adults in need and want of a Pug.

  Fred Finizzi wrote @ February 3rd, 2014 at 11:28 pm

oops forgot to include email

fredfinizzi@gmail.com
I am not looking for free I am just not willing to buy from a breeder. I can’t support the breeding of any animal for the purpose of profit. I think it is wrong and still have not met a trust worthy breeder but if you have a Pug and he or she had puppies or if you have a young Pug the let me know. I am willing and financially capable of caring and enjoying for a Pug. I am ready to take action NOW!

  john wettengel wrote @ November 8th, 2014 at 9:10 pm

I agree with the people who say if you want a free pug you better be ready to pay for one. Pugs ARE high maintenance. They can cost a lot of money at the vet. I have had 4 full pugs 3 males 1 black and 2 fawn 1 female black. I have had a pug/boxer girl, a chihuahua, and now I have a pug/beagle mix and this one is interesting. Pugs cannot be walked on a leash first it will shorten their life span due to the soft pallet in their throat. Pugs as they get older say around 12 or 13 will lose their hearing, then the eye trouble will start and then they are put on Cyclosporine and a salve for their eyes every day or they will lose their eyes. A pug is a dog to be taken seriously. They are highly intelligent and will tell you what to do to make them happy. They will follow you all over the house. They all have slept with me on my bed even when it means I had to carry them up to bed and carry then down in the morning because their legs were no good anymore. A pug will give you his life and only asks for you to love him back. Pugs are little humans in fur. When they die I am right there with each and everyone of them holding their leg until it is over then I bury them in my pug cemetery in my backyard. I love my little pugs and mixes and spoil them to high heavens. I just lost Max 3 weeks ago. He was 15 1/2 had trouble walking but loved to eat still. I had him from 3 years of age. All my dogs cross over Rainbow Bridge and are fixed whole again and there they play and wait to hear my voice when I get there. They run to me and we are together again.

John

  john wettengel wrote @ November 9th, 2014 at 3:23 pm

Another thing I forgot to mention you must keep a pugs ears clean or they will get irritated and they will start scratching their face and cause a hotspot big open sore. The vet must shave the hair then clean the affected areas and the ears of course and apply Neo-Predil a powder to the sore. It usually takes 2-4 weeks for it to go away. Again a pug is high maintenance so if you want a pug be prepared to open your purse a lot. If you get a pug and go through all the problems they could have growing up and face their death then you are an official pugger and ready for a second one.

John

  lisa tcheripanoff wrote @ November 18th, 2014 at 1:15 am

although this was written many years ago, I totally DISAGREE!! We had a breeder in Anchorage Ak., who was not in it for the money. She wanted FAMILIES to enjoy the joy of a pug, without taking out a loan or going in debt, how do I know, cause MY FAMILY was lucky to get one. Pickle was a bleesing with us for 14 years and no health issues. We did not get papers, one reason she was 200.00, but again we did not need as she was a fammily member…. with that said we so want another but just cant afford one.

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