The Pugapoo is a hybrid breed that is developed by crossing a Poodle with a Pug. The breed’s appearance may vary. There are some of its features that are very common. The breed’s coat is usually medium-to-long in length and curly. The coat is typically more profuse at the crown of the head and face, the tail, and the legs. Its body may have an average shape or it may have a square build. The front limbs are straight while the back limbs are slightly angular; both are well muscled. Although the coat somewhat obscures the face, the eyes and nose are usually prominent in size and dark in color (the nose is usually black and the eyes are usually dark brown).
The Pugapoo may vary in temperament. It is usually a very lively breed that is affectionate, devoted, and sociable. It may also have a willful nature that makes it somewhat slow to respond to training. It is playful and generally gentle with children. This breed will bark to alert its owner of visitors.
Height and Weight
The Pugapoo is generally 6-14 inches in height and weighs 8-18 pounds.
There are no health problems that currently affect a large number of the Pugapoo. This information will become more apparent as the breed grows in existence.
Ideal Living Conditions
The Pugapoo is an indoor breed. In addition to enjoying being inside with its family, this breed is also active indoors. It does not require a significant amount of space. This breed will usually do fine in a small apartment or townhouse.
The Pugapoo is typically a high-energy breed. However, it usually will obtain the exercise it needs on its own. Playing with the breed, taking it on short walks, and teaching it new tricks will suffice for exercise.
The Pugapoo does not currently have an anticipated life expectancy.
The Pugapoo has an average of 3-8 puppies.
Brushing the coat of the Pugapoo will go a long way. This breed may have a curly coat that requires occasional trimming. Washing it recommended only when necessary if its coat is very short.
The Pugapoo originated in the United States.
The coat of the Pugapoo may vary in color. The most common colors include black, gray, fawn, and orange.