Pug Puppies For Sale In Kansas

We have 6 adorable black pug puppies available.  Onyx was born on March 14, the other five were born on March 18. There are 5 girls and one boy.

These adorable babies will be ready for homes on or after May 12.  The puppies will come with APR registration papers, health guarantee, first 2 shots, vet check, and will be microchipped.  Both moms are black pugs, the dad is a brindle pug.  

The pugs are $1200 all inclusive.  A $300 deposit will hold your puppy until pickup.  We welcome you to come visit in person.

From left to right:  Emmy, Poppy, Lily, Ruby, Hershey (the only boy).

Why You Should Choose a Pug


1. Pugs are natural cuddlers. 

If you want a small dog that will bond easily with you, the Pug might be your go-to-breed. As a breed, they tend to be expressive, exuberant, and often comical. They’re eager to play and will follow you, well, pretty much everywhere. 

While they are known as  people-pleasers, they’re also snoozers. Pugs are also known to be great family dogs and are very playful and affectionate with children. Also, because of their mouth shape, pugs have trouble delivering an aggressive bite and so are considered to be on the more kid-safe end of the breed spectrum. 

2. Pugs tend to be smart, observant, and quick learners. 

The plus side of this trait is that they can be easily trained. The minus is they will quickly learn where you store the treats, and can get into their share of mischief. They also tend to be a little on the stubborn side, so training your Pug may require a little extra patience on your part. But if you persevere, you’ll be amply rewarded for your efforts.

3. Pugs are relatively low-maintenance. 

They don’t bark much—which is ideal if you live in an apartment or have roommates—and they tend to sleep a lot. Contrary to myth, pugs do shed, and their coarse short hair needs regular grooming. Most Pugs love the physical contact that a good brushing provides and are eager for the attention. 

4. With pugs, a little exercise goes a long way. 

Due to their small stature, pugs don’t need fields of running room and adapt well to small spaces. About 20 minutes of brisk exercise a day should be sufficient to keep your pug healthy, happy, and entertained. They do tend to have a hearty appetite and have a predisposition for obesity. So you’ll want to watch your dog’s weight and limit treats, especially in older animals. 

5. Pugs get along well with other animals. 

Pugs tend to be lovers, not fighters. So they’ll try to endear themselves not only to you and your children, but to any other pets you might own. Because of their size and sleeping habits, they tend to do well with cats; it’s not uncommon to catch your Pug and cat snuggling together for a nap.

So if you are looking for a small, smart dog that loves to play, sleep, and cuddle, consider a Pug. As a pug owner, what would add to this list?