About the Buggs
The Buggs is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Boston Terrier and the Pug. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Buggs is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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The Bugg is an active dog in family life. It loves attention from all members of the family and will generally strive to please its owners. When properly socialized, the Bugg will get along with cats and other small animals. The Bugg is easy to train and intelligent. It is food motivated and will respond favorably to positive reinforcement. This breed is known to be tidy and easy to clean. The Bugg is known to snore and can be gassy. A good consistent diet is recommended. Training is necessary to prevent jumping and climbing. The Bugg has minimal protective instincts, but will give warning barks when someone is at the door.
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The Bugg is suited to a family environment and thrives on activity and attention. The Bugg is known for short spurts of high energy followed by a nap. They are acclimated for living with a senior as they do not need to be walked much. They only require attention and love. This breed is also suited for apartment living. When outside, five foot fences are recommended. The Bugg is an agile jumper.
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