7 Responses to Peagle

  1. Sabrina says:

    My Peagle pup, Peanut is the sweetest. He loves children and enjoys affection. He does indeed bark at strangers entering the home, but I honestly couldn’t ask for a better dog.

  2. Lora says:

    We just lost our sweet little Peagle Cooper. He was the best! Such a big personality! He had such unique quirks and such a presence when he was in a room. He always brought a smile to everyone’s face when he met them because of that personality/presence and the unique look of the breed. He will be greatly missed, but what a joy to have for the 14 years that we did. AMAZING breed

  3. Maria S. says:

    My Peagle Buddy just had to be put down due to incurable illness. He was only 11 yrs old. He suffered with severe anemia for a year and then developed degenerative myeloipathy. We painfully watched the most loving, sweetest dog deteriorate rapidly – he was too young to die but sadly he had the illness traits from each side of his breed against him. He suffered a lot. There is not a more charming, beautiful, loving and sweet natured dog and while I’d like to highly recommend people adopting or buying one, I can’t because the pain you will suffer from their loss, too soon and with terrible illness, will be too devastating. They are little people in a dogs body, so smart, so good, so happy and affectionate. Actually, better than most people – we’ll love him to our dying day and I am banking on all dogs (and cats) going to Heaven! I have to.

  4. Rian says:

    My Peagle is the sweetest dog ever! she is full of love for the whole family. However, she has a problem with scooting her butt all over everything! I have no idea what to do about it. I have had her anal glands extracted and that didn’t seem to help after some time…maybe I need to have it done more often? or change her food…just don’t know to what…any suggestions would be great!

    • admin says:

      Hi Rian,
      Talk to the vet about identifying the possible cause of your Peagle’s scooting issue. While surgical removal of anal glands may prevent it from becoming inflamed, it may not resolve the issue. If your Peagle developed an inflammation of anal glands, along with an itchy bottom because of food allergies, she would still scoot unless you change her diet. Eliminate grains from her diet and do not feed a formula containing potato, oatmeal, rice, soy, wheat, or corn.

  5. Rodinia says:

    I grew up with a Peagle! She was the sweetest, most loving dog I’ve ever known. She was great with small children and tolerated a lot from my cousin with Down syndrome – she could tell that he didn’t understand things that a boy his age/size normally would. Very good escape artist when she was young, very friendly to strangers, good at hunting rabbits.

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