About My Pamper Pug Breeders

Who we are

  • In 2018, my husband and I started breeding pugs. The Legendary Meatball and Princess Ember Rose (both retired) were our first breeding pair. 
  • Both U.S. Army Veterans, Husband and wife team, which are responsible pug breeders, want to make sure pug puppies go to good homes.
  • We love animals and have fostered and adopted pets from not-for-profit organizations in Indiana and Alabama.
  • We want to safeguard our pugs in a safe and secure environment. If pet parents can no longer care for their pug, we will accept the pug back without question.
  • Adopting a new dog requires responsibility; therefore, we put together a list of items below new owners have to consider.

What we provide

  • Home-raised pugs in our home. For the litter’s first weeks, Dame and the pups are in separate room, away from adults, providing a safe and quiet place. Once puppies are mobile, they are in common/gated areas for socialization.
  • DNA test our breeding Dames and Sires for Genetic Defects for Susceptibility to Pug Dog Encephalitis (PDE) and Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency (PKDef) with UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL) in California.
  • Use Vetrainry care with Dr. Berry at the Berry Animal Clinic in Decatur, Alabama for all our pugs and their litters. We do not self-administer vaccines and ensure our puppies get wellness exams that include Measuring weight, temperature, pulse rate, and respiration rate, full physical exam, vaccines, and Fecal exam.
  • We offer a one-year health guarantee on all our puppies.
  • Customers will receive the contract and invoice once a deposit is provided.
  • Flexible to picking up arrangments, including offering to travel anywhere in the United States for an additional fee.
  • We are reachable anytime and will answer questions.

Happy families of My Pampered Pugs

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