List of Popular Pug Mixes

The Pug mixes typically have a clownish and hilarious demeanor and are always ready to be at the center of attention. These incredibly people-friendly dogs are suitable for novice owners and can adapt to apartment living. Since the crosses are prone to overheating, these should not be kept outside for extended periods, especially on a hot and humid day.

Pug Mixes

1. Chug Dog (Pug X Chihuahua)

An excellent family pet, the Chug Dog, tolerates children and other pets in the family.

Hug Dog Breed

2. Hug Dog (Siberian Husky X Pug)

It is a small- to medium-sized designed dog known for being happy, loyal, and smart.

Corgi Pug

3. Corgi Pug (Welsh Corgi X Pug)

A gentle family companion, the Corgi Pug also barks to sound an alarm.

4. Puggle (Pug X Beagle)

The Puggle’s personality can be described as friendly, outgoing, playful, and occasionally stubborn.

5. Bugg Dog (Boston Terrier X Pug)

It loves spending time with its owner, cuddling on his lap or sleeping with him.

6. Bull Pug (English Bulldog X Pug)

Having a calm and laidback personality, the Bull Pug makes a perfect couch companion, just like its parent breeds.

Frenchie Pug

7. Frenchie Pug (French Bulldog X Pug)

Also called a Frug, the Frenchie Pug is always ready to please its people with the entertaining antics.

Pug Pit Dog

8. Pug Pit (Pug X American Pit Bull Terrier)

Characterized by an affectionate, playful, and sweet nature, the Pug Pit does not bark much and can adapt well to apartment living.

9. Pugapoo (Pug X Poodle)

Because of its willfulness and whimsical personality, the Pugapoo requires persistent training.


10. Box-A-Pug (Boxer X Pug)

It bonds quickly to its family members and can suffer from separation anxiety when left alone for a long time.


11. Pug-Zu (Pug X Shih Tzu)

A curious and affectionate family companion, the Pug-Zu makes friends with everyone and is not an excellent watchdog.

12. Daug (Dachshund X Pug)

Being cautious and wary of strangers, the Daug excels as a watchdog. Some individuals are even aggressive around an unfamiliar person.

Pom A Pug

13. Pom-A-Pug (Pomeranian X Pug)

It is a playful and well-mannered designer dog that gets along well with children and other canine pets in the family.

14. Shug Dog (German Shepherd X Pug)

An energetic mix, it needs plenty of regular exercises, including brisk walk and playing sessions.


15. Pugador (Pug X Labrador Retriever)

It has an appealing personality and makes a wonderful addition to any family.

16. Pugshire (Pug X Yorkshire Terrier)

It is a cute designer dog that loves to cuddle and may get jealous when its owner gives attention to other pets or children in the family.

17. Jug Dog (Jack Russell Terrier X Pug)

The Jug Dog inherits the smartness, courage, and liveliness from its Jack Russell Terrier parent along with the loving personality of a Pug.

18. Puginese (Pug X Pekingese)

It is a people-friendly dog that is well-behaved with children in the family.

19. American Ori Pei (Pug X Shar Pei)

It is a well-mannered and even-tempered dog that can be easily trained to perform new tricks.


20. Malti-Pug (Maltese X Pug)

It is a friendly little family companion, displaying love for all things in the family but has a cautious approach towards strangers.


21. Schnug (Miniature Schnauzer X Pug)

The Schnug’s moderately high preying instinct makes it quite feisty around small animals.


22. Brug (Brussels Griffon X Pug)

It likes to snuggle up on the owner’s lap and may display some aggression when other pets infringe on its human family.

Cocker Pug

23. Cocker Pug (Cocker Spaniel X Pug)

The Cocker Pug is an affectionate and adaptable designer dog that can live in an apartment, provided that it gets daily exercise.


24. Puggat (Pug X Rat Terrier)

It is a lap dog like its Pug parent but also has Rat Terrier-like energy and playfulness.

Aside from the popular mixes listed above, the Pug has been crossed with several other purebreds including the Golden Retriever, Rottweiler, Australian Shepherd, Shiba Inu, Basset Hound, Chow Chow, Doberman Pinscher, and Greyhound.

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