10 Responses to Bugg Dog

  1. CT_Homesteader says:

    Earlier this week, I lost my long time companion “Chewie”. She was a Boston Terrier…born with a cleft palate & a few other issues. She was the best dog ever & I miss her dearly. Not a day goes by that I don’t cry over her loss. This morning, I met a woman at the local post office that has a friend who rescues “Buggs”. She asked if I would be interested in adopting one. I don’t want to act too quickly, as I don’t want to disrespect Chewie’s memory, but if I can adopt a pup that needs a loving home, I will. Watching the above video had me both laughing and crying. It brought back so many memories. There is nothing more true than the love of a furry companion.

  2. KML says:

    Casey Jones is our first dog ever. We were looking for a Boston and stumbled upon this accident litter. Fell in love instantly. She has a beautiful brindle coat. Everyone who meets her says she has such a sweet personality. Rambunctious at times (she’s almost 2) but not to the point where she’s out of hand at all. Loving, playful and loves running and sprinting at the dog park. She is a cuddler (especially in the winter) in the summer she cuddles near you but not on you like she would in the winter – I suppose she gets too hot :). She loves cuddling in my ‘nooks’ like between my legs or if I’m curled up on the couch she snuggles in the crook of my knee. In the winter she’s more likely to snuggle on my chest. She’s just an awesome dog and I love her to bits!

  3. sarah hawley says:

    I have a 4 year old Bugg and he’s the best dog. Very laid back, cuddles, quiet and rarely barks. He LOVES to play at the dog park and does not have a mean bone in his body. He does shed more then I thought, but if that’s the only issue I have, then I have nothing to complain about. They are an amazing breed. Just do not let them out on hot days, it’s too hard on their breathing. I usually take him out for long walks in the mornings when it’s cooler out and he’s a very good hiking buddy with my husband and I.

  4. Janelle says:

    My bug is having a lot of skin issues. Any other people have these issues with their dogs?

  5. Sandra Dieckman says:

    I would love to give one of your brindle Boston Pug puppies a forever home and lots of love. How much are your puppies?

  6. Carl says:

    Very loyal, and smart, easy to train.

  7. Carrie says:

    Curious about the bugg breed

    • Carl says:

      Very smart and playful dogs. They attention.

    • Melissa says:

      I love mine more than anything else in the world (human kids aside) He is smart, he is funny, and he adapted to my lifestyle and personality very well. Bear is his name, he just turned 2 in Feb. He really isn’t that stubborn, but he can also be easily bribed with treats (He LOVES carrots and cheesy poof balls!). I started a bit too young on potty pad training, but he picked it right up! Buggs are *incredibly* intelligent, and my Bear’s best friend is the cat!

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