2 Responses to Jug dog

  1. Chris says:

    The temperament depends on whether they inherit pug or Jack Russell tendencies. Have recently adopted a Jug rescue dog, which was surrendered for being too dominant. He is a confident chappy and doesn’t approach other dogs aggressively but does hold his ground if attacked. He’s alert and only barks in response to outside loud noise so has the pug with a bit of the terrier guard instinct. He isn’t a digger or ball chaser and is calm with playful moments. He does a massive scratch of earth after toileting, but has done no damage inside or outside the yard. Loves treats and trains well, but does wander off lead and needs a restricted area to run. A great temperament and very responsive to affection and companionship without being possessive or demanding. Love his chilled out nature and pug colour with sturdy terrier build and long rounded snout. Great walking buddy and gentle with children and strangers without bounding all over them. Does shed but easy to wash and brush. Wonderful mix and lovable laid back chap with spurts of energy and play.

  2. Jug Dog says:

    It’s an amazing and loveable dog!

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