What we request from new owners

  • We want to ensure our puppies go to good, safe homes and families. If anything happens where the puppy or grown dog can no longer remain with their family, we will accept the pug back.  We do not want our pugs to go to shelters or “rehomed.”
  • Please note, we cannot offer 100% refunds for returned pugs, but we could offer up to 20% of the purchase of the pug.  It will be case-by-case basis.
  • Please make sure to spay or neuter your pug.  It recommended for females around 6-7 months and males around 7 to 10 months.
  • Ensure puppies receive all vaccinations: Distemper, measles, parainfluenza, DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, &  parvovirus), Rabies.  It is at least three separate visits with your vet.
  • Do not take your pug puppy outside or to public places until they receive the parvovirus vaccination.  Parvo is highly contagious and the virus is passed by stool.  If you have had a dog with Parvo, the bathroom areas have to be treated with bleach or one foot of the soil will have to be removed to ensure it is not contracted to another puppy.
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