About our 3/4 Pug Puppies
Little Rascals are proud to announce that our next litter of 3/4 Pug puppies are available for viewing. We are now taking deposits ready for their new homes. Both parents are with us and available for viewing upon visiting our kennels.
At Little Rascals we take great pride in being able to provide quality puppies for loving family homes. With years of experience as a licensed dog breeder, we are always available to give new and existing clients the support through our qualified staff.
Our Pugs are smart, sociable, even tempered little dogs which require regular, moderate exercise. The majority of the breed is very fond of children and sturdy enough to properly play with them. Depending on their owner’s mood, they can be quiet and docile but also vivacious and teasing. Pugs tend to be intuitive and sensitive to the moods of their owners and are usually eager to please them. Pugs tend to have a somewhat lazy nature and spend a lot of time napping. They will reach approximately 10-14″ at the shoulder and by adding the terrier into the bloodline helps to improve their breathing and reducing the risk of over-heating in the warmer weather.Click here to view our full Terms & Conditions
Here at Little Rascals we work endlessly with our vet to make sure that all of our dogs have the best start in life. They are very much loved and our puppies leave with the following for their forever home:
- Their first vaccinations come with signed vet card
- Wormed and Flea to date
- 4 weeks free Pet Insurance
- Puppy Training pad for the journey
- A blanket for comfort
- Puppy Pack containing food.
- Micro Chip, which will be registered to you as the new owner whilst you are here.
We recommend our puppies to be fed of Royal Canin to ensure that their nutritional needs are the up most best that can be provided. Their current food and feeding guidelines will be explained for each individual puppy upon collection.
Here at Little Rascals Pets Limited, our staff are available to support new owners with their puppy in making sure that your new puppy settles into their new home.