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Ryker - Pug / Chihuahua / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Chug Dog For Adoption in Bertram, TX, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-70932
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Date Listed: 10/01/2016
Date Expires: 06 days from now

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Breed: Chug
Gender: Male Male


Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Tan/Yellow/Fawn with White
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 10/01/2016
Location: Bertram, TX 78605
Tags: Chug Dog For Adoption in Bertram, TX, USA

Chug Dog For Adoption in Bertram, TX, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Dogs Yes
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Pug / Chihuahua / Mixed (short coat). Meet this handsome bundle of energy, Ryker! This boy just doesn't slow down. He is curious and always ready to be on the go. Ryker is a cute, male Chihuahua / Pug blend. He would love a home with kiddos ! If you want energy in a small, cool package, Ryker is the little dude for you! He is fully vetted and ready for his forever home. If you want to meet Ryker send us an application via and we'll get the ball rolling!

Overview: The Chug is a mix between the Chihuahua and the Pug. Both breeds need to be near their owners. Chugs are best for owners who are home most of the day.
Breed Group: Unspecified
Weight (lbs): 3-15
Height (in): 7-15
Colors: brown, fawn, chestnut, black, sand
Coat: The coat is short and smooth.
Character: Chugs are playful, loyal and gentle.
Temperament: Chugs may or may not get along well with children or other pets. The Pug is good with them, but the Chihuahua is not.
Care: The coat needs very little care.
Training: Chugs respond well to firm, consistent, gentle training.
Activity: This breed needs little exercise.
Country of Origin: Afghanistan
Life Expectancy: 15

More About Chug Breed
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