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Pughasa Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR

Caring for a Pughasa

Feeding: The Pughasa can be feed twice daily.

Living with a Pughasa

Temperament: The Pughasa has very good temperament.

Family Dog: The Pughasa makes a wonderful family dog. They love children.

Shedding: The coat type of the Pughasa will determine how much they shed. Dog with the more Pug-like coat tend to shed more.

Grooming: The Pughasa should be groomed every couple of months.

Training: The Pughasa is not hard to potty train.

Behavior: The Pughasa is a loyal, loving, caring, funny, very smart little dog.

Barking: The Pughasa has a big bark for a little dog.

Exercise: The Pughasa should be walked daily.

Living Conditions: The Pughasa can make a good apartment dog provided they are given plenty of exercise.

Pughasa Appearance

Size: The Pughasa has an average weight of about 22 pounds.

Companionship: The Pughasa makes a great lap dog.

Teeth/Bite: The Pughasa has an underbite like a Lhasa Apso.

Body: The body of the Pughasa is kind of short like either Lhasa Aspo or the Pug.

Tail: The tail of the Pughasa curls right up like a Pug's.

Color: The coat of the Pughasa can be fawn colored or black with white spots the feet.

Coat: The Pughasa can have shorter hair like the Pug or a longer, softer coat but not as long as a Lhasa Aspso.

Pughasa Facts

Characteristics: The Pughasa tends to snore. They do better on walks with a harness and like to pick up things to have in their mouths when they are outside.

Pughasa Health

Health: The Pughasa has good overall health. The may have to have their anal glands expressed every month and a half to two months.

Litter Size: The average litter size of the Pughasa is 4 to 6 pups.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.

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