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The Pug’s wrinkled features and Pom’s fluffiness combined makes the Pom-A-Pug an immensely appealing companion. These smart dogs are easy-to-main and a delight to keep because of their pleasant demeanor. Socialization and obedience training if imparted since the times they are puppies would help correct the small dog syndrome inherent in them.

Dog Profile

  • Other Names:Pompug, Pugapom, Pugpom, Pugeranian
  • Breed Registry Details:ACHC, IDCR, DDKC, DBR, DRA
  • Common Physical Features:Lean body; thick neck; prominent, bulging eyes like the Pug; broad or wedge-shaped head; short muzzle; Pug-like wrinkled or Pomeranian-like fox face; floppy or erect ears; curly tail
  • History:
  • Coat Type:Medium or short-haired with a smooth or a little coarse texture
  • Colors:Black, beige, fawn, brown, black and tan
  • Lifespan:12 – 16 years
  • Size:Small
  • Height:8 – 13 inches
  • Weight:5 – 16 pounds
  • Litter Size:3 – 4 puppies
  • Temperament:Affectionate, loyal, smart, intelligent, cheerful, courageous
  • Kids-Friendly:Yes; but keep small and highly active children out of their way lest they could knock down these delicate dogs
  • Stranger-friendly:Somewhat; if they are as small as the Pomeranian, they could get perturbed on seeing anything bigger than them, be it people or animals that could often result in aggression
  • Animal-Friendly:Somewhat; may inherit the Pomeranian’s small dog syndrome and
  • Climate Compatibility:Moderate
  • Apartment-friendly:Yes
  • Care Level:Moderate
  • Exercise Requirements:Moderately low; Walking: 30 minutes; Playing: 15 minutes
  • Grooming Needs:Moderate
  • Coat Brushing:Regular; once a week
  • Bathing:Occasional; once a month
  • Eyes and Ears Cleaning:Regular; once or twice a week
  • Brushing of Teeth:Regular; three to four times a week
  • Nail Clipping:Occasional; once or two times a month
  • Feeding:Adults: 1 cups dry dog food per day
    Puppies: 1/4th – ½ cup dry dog food per day
  • Hypoallergenic:No
  • Barking Capacity:Moderately high, especially if on the Pomeranian’s side; they would emit a loud bark to warn of a stranger’s arrival or anything unusual
  • Trainability:Easy
  • Common Health Problems:Patellar luxation, tracheal collapse, skin problems, cataract, Legg-Calve-Perthes disease
  • Origin:USA

Who is the Pom-A-Pug Good For

  • Those on the lookout for a good lap dog.
  • People desiring a low-maintenance breed.

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