Sorry all the puppies are now spoken for.
These beautiful purebred pug puppies were born on 01/08/2021 to Atlanta (mama) & Reeses (daddy). I've already got two people from Colorado adopting two of these
cuties. I'm going to meet anyone from Colorado in Alma, Nebraska. Alma is the halfway point between my home in Browns Valley, MN and Denver, Colorado. Alma is approximately a 6 hour drive from Denver. I will not be charging any additional shipping fee. We will be meeting people the Super 8 Motel Friday March 5th after 3pm, Saturday March 6th all day and Sunday March 7th before 11am. The puppies will be 8 weeks on Friday March 5th. Adopters will always welcome to make the trip to our home in Browns Valley, MN to see our home and meet the parents but we are happy to provide this free service to our loyal adopters from Colorado. If you meet us in Alma you will not be able to meet the parents because of the pet limit at the motel. If your interested then you can contact me through this website or call/text 320-212-4044 for adoption fee, deposit amount and adoption details.
Do Pugs Change Color?
Have you noticed a change of color in your pug’s coat? Many have noticed that their pugs were born black, but later on became silver. Some have pugs born with fawn color, but later on gradually change into apricot. Others born solid black later manifest the appearance of a brindle. The fact is, pugs do change color as they mature. It is normal to see a pug’s coat change, to a degree, when it reaches adolescence. The most common change that could happen is the lightening of color. As mentioned, some born solid black may later on turn into silver or even bridle. Quite rare though, darkening also happens as in the case of a fawn pug that could turn into a more apricot, or orange shade.
Does Color affect Personality?
You might have heard about a pug owner saying that his black pug is more active than the fawn pug, and that the fawn pug is more docile. Others would support this statement, saying that the pug personality is directly affected by its color. There are also a number of conflicting opinions about this. While we do respect other people’s viewpoint, we want to make sure if this is true. After all, we don’t want our decisions to be influenced by mere assumptions. So, does the color of the coat really have something to do with a pugs personality? Actually, there is no scientific basis for this. It is good to remember that pugs in general are playful, friendly, and sociable. However, each pug is unique. So every pug has his own personality regardless of its color.
This breed of dog is awesome, adorable and such a good companion. Therefore, all wonderful colors of pug need the same kind of love and care that they deserve.
Types of Fawn