Tuesday, April 10, 2018

New Version of pugglebaby.com!

After 10 years of using a very dated looking content management system, I finally dove in and started fiddling with Wordpress.  Having been a reputable Puggle breeder for many years, using the same system, and having almost no coding skills, this was a daunting task.

Check out the new and hopefully improved www.pugglebaby.com if you're looking for Puggle puppies for sale.  Or if you're funny pictures of me or my farm animals.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Puggle Puppy Training Tips

Just a few tips on training your new puggle puppy.

Ever been over to somebody's house and had their puppy jump all over you the minute you walk in the door?  It's very annoying, especially if the dog is making your clothes dirty.

To avoid this, always make sure your puggle puppy's four paws are always on the ground when you pet them.  It's more difficult than letting the puppy "stand" up on two legs, because you have to stoop down, but it really pays off in the long run.  By petting them with all four on the ground, the puppy feels reward for this and will have no reason to jump.  None of our puggles jump up on people, ever.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Black puggles for sale

Please to announce our new male, Hank, who has been added to our puggle stud dog program.  He's certainly going to make puppies that would be considered pocket puggles, because he is very small.

Anyone looking for a great puggle breeder with healthy puggle puppies for sale should visit pugglebaby.com today.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

If you are looking for a puggle puppy for sale, this is the place for you. . . www.pugglebaby.com.
Not a puggle rescue, but a place to find lots of puggle information. It is a great place to find a puggle for sale, or a puggle dog that needs you for a puggle adoption. Puggle dogs are great with kids, although there really is no such thing as a pocket puggle.

If you want to adopt a puggle, even a black puggle, or just look at puggle pictures... pugglebaby.com is the place for you.

Is there a lack of puggles for sale in california? How about puggle breeders in california? Visit our site today for all of your puggle puppies for sale questions.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Puggle Puppies For Sale

Puggles for sale available at http://www.pugglebaby.com, check out our beautiful puggle puppies for sale.

At PuggleBaby.com, we are breeders of puggles for families in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Canada, and many other places.

Please join us at PuggleBaby.com.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Puppies vs. Kids

It's pretty simple.  

When considering a new puppy in your home, and you have children. . .

you should be more concerned with the children being harmful to the puppy than the puppy being harmful to the children.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Pugglebaby.com. . . Home raised pups for a better pet!: About Puggles

From PuggleBaby.com, some information about puggles and children.

Pugglebaby.com. . . Home raised pups for a better pet!: About Puggles:

"Are Puggles good with Children?
Of course there is no way to predict an individual dogs temperment. However, Puggles are bred specifically to be a companion animal--- a family pet. I tell all famlies with children (especially young children), that are considering purchasing or adopting ANY BREED OF DOG, the key is SUPERVISION.

You MUST, MUST, MUST supervise your children and the puppy/dog at all times. This is for the safety of the puppy, as well as your children. Young children can accidentally play to rough with a puppy, step on a puppy hard, pick up a puppy and drop it, squeeze it hard enough to break ribs, etc.. All of these things can cause serious injury or even DEATH to a puppy. So the puppy is actually at most risk, because I think it would be nearly impossible for a Puggle puppy to cause too much damage to a child.

ALL PUPPIES play rough at times. All puppies need to be taught not to jump up and scratch people. All puppies need to be taught not to nibble, nip, bite, or chew on things--including people. This is NORMAL behavior, and why children and puppies should be supervised AT ALL TIMES."