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Living with a Pugapoo
Temperament: The Pugapoo is a very lively dog. They are typically very affectionate, loyal and social dogs.
Family Dog: Pugapoos make great family pets and generally do very well around children.
Grooming: Pugapoos need to be brushed and possibly trimmed occasionally. They should be bathed only when necessary.
Training: Pugapoos may be slow to respond to training.
Barking: Pugapoos will bark at visitors.
Exercise: Pugapoos are high-energy dogs but don't require lots of exercise. A short walk or play-time will fulfill their exercise requirement.
Living Conditions: Pugapoo make wonderful indoor pets. They do not require a lot of space or a yard. They are very active indoors and enjoy playing with the family.
Appearance: The Pugapoo has square body covered in a medium to long curly coat with dark nose and eyes.
Size: The size of a Pugapoo ranges from 6 to 14 inches and 8 to 18 pounds.
Nose: The Pugapoo's nose is very prominent and black in color.
Eyes: A Pugapoo's eyes are dark brown in color.
Body: The body of a Pugapoo typically has an average to square build.
Forequarters: The forelegs of the Pugapoo are muscular and straight.
Hindquarters: The rear legs of the Pugapoo are slightly angled and very muscular.
Color: The coat of a Pugapoo may have a range of colors including black, gray, fawn or orange.
Coat: Pugapoos usually have a medium or long curly coat. It is generally most profuse around the the head, face, tail and legs.
Health: There are no known health conditions associated with the Pugapoo.
Litter Size: Pugapoos typically have a litter of 3 to 8 puppies.
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