'Current puppies, when he has any are below.

They are bouncy, tail wagging, cuddle bugs,¬†the cutest things ever! Some of the cutest pictures I have taken too ūüôā

I don't know what is funnier, watching the pug puppies play, or Uncle Al playing with them at "recess!"‚Ä謆

Puppies are all born in our home, including Uncle Al's. They are wonderful caring moms!

When our moms retire we have them spayed and offer them to pet only homes for about half the cost of a puppy. 

Puppies adopted for a pet that are on agreement to be spayed or neutered between 5 and 6 months of age are $1400. to $1800. which includes microchipping. 

See the other pages:

"About our puppies," "what comes with your puppy", and "is a puppy really right for you."

If your not sure your up to a puppy and 10 to 18 years of care please consider fostering for a local rescue group to see if a puppy or dog is really right for you. Or maybe adopt a rescued adult Pug. Rescue is always the best! (Do your homework, since a rescued dog needs a home appropriate for their needs as much as a puppy.

A puppy is a very serious decision. 10 to 18 or more years of care and companionship. Please do not get a puppy or a dog if you have any hesitation about long term responsibility of a furry best friend. We love our puppies and dogs and only want them in a home where they will be a part of the family! 

If interested in a puppy please email or call. A puppy can be held with a¬†non-refundable deposit. Remainder due on pick up. Shipping is available although we prefer to meet new families. Page tabs at top of page for¬†specific information on shipping, pick up, puppy information, and/or please email if you any have questions.¬†‚ÄčWe love to talk puppies and dogs!

Pugs are heat and cold sensitive. Not at all able to go 'hiking in all weather' type of dog. Some are amazingly agile, fast, and athletic and do tolerate a wider range of temperature. Others are and are at risk of collapsing if overheated when simply out on a warm day and playing.

Many make terrific therapy dogs. They are very tolerant of children.

Current Litter's, when available, keep scrolling down!

Also see below for moms due.

Mom's Due! 

Lilly, Tilly's full sister, came in season 7-2018. Art and I were going on vacation and Uncle Al was out of town also. We were really fortunate and the lady who adopted one of our white puppies has a gorgeous brindle male. We sent Lilly to her house to be bred to her male as we weren't going to be home to supervise getting her bred to Tug. Hopefully she will have puppies in September. Brindle, fawn and black are possible. Not sure she is especting. I dont feel any puppies... She's still not getting round so I don't think the male managed to get her bred. She had simply kenneled them together but never seen a tie.

Diva and Sally Cant Dance came in season August 2018. We have bred them both to Tug, who after our vacation is now Chub. He must have gained 5 pounds while we were gone! We are not sure they will have puppies as Chub had a hard time.

Sally is getting very round and is for sure expecting, due in October!

Hopefully Diva will also have puppies. she is chubby herself so I don't think she is pregnant I think she is just chubby.

Slide show are past puppies.