Caring for a Buggs
Feeding: The Buggs may have a sensitive stomach.
Living with a Buggs
Personality: The Buggs is a loveable, snuggly, loyal dog.
Shedding: The Buggs does not shed much. They do tend to shed more in the spring.
Barking: The Buggs will bark occassionally. They tend to be more observant and bark only when absolutely necessary.
Weather: The Buggs does not do well in very humid or cold conditions.
Exercise: The Buggs can be a very active dog at times and should be given plenty of daily exercise.
Appearance: The Buggs may have a more Pug-like appearance with soft ears and a curly tail.
Size: The Buggs can be between 11 to 30 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Buggs makes a great companion dog.
Body: The Buggs has a long, but solid body with a brute chest.
Tail: The tail of the Buggs may be curly like that of the Pug.
Color: The coat of the Buggs can be black in color.
Characteristics: The Buggs is a very playful dog.
Allergies: There are no know allergies for the Buggs.
Skin Health: The Buggs may suffer from dry skin and need occaisional oatmeal baths and moisturizer.
Eye Health: The Buggs may have what we like to refer to as 'eye goobers' which will need to be gently wiped away from their eyes frequently.
* 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.
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