Do puggles make good pets? Puggles tend to be friendly and sociable, and get along well with children and other pets, making them a great candidate for a family pet. However, they also inherit a stubborn streak from both parents which, despite high intelligence, can make them difficult to train.
What problems do puggles have? Common Health Problems
Because Puggles are the result of a crossbreeding, they are generally healthy. There are some issues they are predisposed to such as hip dysplasia, patellar luxation, epilepsy, hypothyroidism and cherry eye.
Do puggles like to cuddle? A good day for a puggle includes lots of interaction with their favorite humans, and even a few strangers, too. They’re naturally sociable dogs, and they especially love to cuddle.
Are puggles lazy? While puggles are good with children and other dogs, they don’t meet the expectations of the many pug lovers who seek them out, she says. “Pugs are very docile, lazy dogs. They wouldn’t know it if a bird landed on their head. Puggles definitely have (a much higher) activity level.”