Pug Cross Breeds List

Welcome to our list of pug mixes! We’ve listed below different pug cross breeds which are common today.

Pug mixes, what people sometimes call designer or hybrid dogs, offer a blend of the charming pug characteristics with other breeds, resulting in unique and lovable companions. Whether you are considering adding a pug cross breed to your family or maybe you are just curious about them, we have you covered!

Click on the mixed breed type to find more information. We would like to have a page for each pug cross dog breed with comprehensive information and pictures.

So if you have any pictures of the pug cross breeds listed below, and would allow us to use them on Lucky Pug, please get in touch, we would love you! Please contact us at: hello@luckypug.com

Click on the text or image to see more information & pictures for specific pug mix.

Pug Zu (Pug x Shih Tzu)
Bassugg (Pug x Basset Hound)
Brug (Pug x Brussels Griffon)
Coco Brug
Bugg (Pug x Boston Terrier)
brindle bugg on pink carpet
Chug (Pug x Chihuahua)

Pug Chihuahua Mix Eating Mr Monkey
Cocker Pug (Pug x Cocker Spaniel)
Daug (Pug x Dachshund – Sausage Dog)
EmiLee 5 year old daug
Frenchie Pug (Pug x French Bulldog)
Hug (Pug x Husky)

Japug (Pug x Japanese Chin)
Jug (Pug x Jack Russell Terrier)
Miniature Bulldog (Pug x Bulldog)
Black pug cross english bulldog - Miniature Bulldog
Muggin (Pug x Miniature Pinscher)
Pom A Pug (Pug x Pomeranian)
Pug Cross Pomeranian - Pom a Pug
Ori Pei Pug (Pug x Chinese Shar Pei)
Ori Pei Pug - Pug Cross Sharpei
Poxer (Pug x Boxer)

poxer parent female boxer
Pugairn (Pug x Cairn Terrier)
pugairn black puggles
Pugalier (Pug x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel)
Pug-A-Mo (Pug x American Eskimo Dog)
Pug A Mo - Pug x American Eskimo Dog
Pugapoo / Pug-A-Poo (Pug x Poodle)
Puggle (Pug x Beagle)


Pughasa (Pug x Lhasa Apso)
Black Pughasa
Puginese (Pug x Pekingese)

leny puginese with flowers
Pugland Terrier (Pug x West Highland Terrier)
White Pugland - Pug Westie mix
Pugottie (Pug x Scottish Terrier)
Black Pugottie - Pug Scottish Terrier Mix
Pugwich (Pug x Norwich Terrier)
Pugshire (Pug x Yorkshire Terrier)
Buddy Pug Cross Yorkshire Terrier - Pugshire
Pushon (Pug x Bischon Frise)
Pushon - pug bichon mix
(Pug x Miniature Schnauzer)
Schnug - Pug Miniature Schnauzer Mix
Silky Pug (Pug x Silky Terrier)
Silky Pug - Pug Silky Terrier Mix
Staffy Bull Pug (Pug x Staffordshire Bull Terrier)
pug cross staffy
Toy Poxer (Pug x Toy Fox Terrier)
Fuggle (Pug x Fox Terrier)

Bolly the Fuggle - Fox Terrier cross Pug
Pug Cross Australian Kelpie
Pug Mixes List

Benefits of Pug Cross Dogs

Pug cross breeds are today becoming very popular. Despite the fact they are sometimes referred to as ‘Designer Dogs’, pug cross breeds could have various benefits. For example, the chances of these breeds having genetic health problems could be a lot slimmer, due to the Heterosis Effect. There are a few things you should  bear in mind if you’re considering of getting one as a pet. For instance, it’s hard to predict the exact temperament of the pug cross breed, and how they will look, as they could significantly vary.

Baby Pug Cross Lola

Pug Cross Temperaments

What kind of temperament a pug cross will have is very hard to guess, but the best possible way to do this to carry out research on the temperaments and characteristics of both the pug and the other breed. We all know the pug has such an awesome temperament, although they can sometimes be stubborn and very food driven, and if the other breed has a similar temperament, then the chances are the pug cross will be awesome too. For playful puppies, getting tools for pets will be beneficial for sure! The other way to determine this would be to actually go and see the parents of the pug cross puppy, then the breeder will be able to advise you on the likely personality the dog will have. Either way, the pug cross temperament is definitely an important factor to take into consideration when you’re thinking of owning one.

How Will the Pug Cross Look Like?

Again, as with the characteristics, it’s hard to know what the pug cross will look like, as it’s not always predictable. Sometimes the pug cross will look more like the pug than the other breed, while this is not the case other times. The sizes, colour, weight and other characteristics, such as the ear, hair and tail types can greatly vary among the dogs. Whatever pug cross breed you decide to choose, he/she will surely be beautiful with some of blood of the pug!

Finding a Pug Cross for Sale

Like any other dog breed, finding a pug cross for sale from a good and reputable breeder is very important. Although it may cost more to buy the pug cross puppy from those who are more well established, it is definitely worth the price, as the quality will be guaranteed, meaning the dog will less likely have long term severe health issues and so on. Not doing this will only encourage bad backyard breeder / puppy farm types, which we’re sure we’d all like to avoid.

Cost of a Pug Cross

The cost to buy a pug cross can greatly vary depending on the breeder, location, age and which certain mixed breed you choose. It is typically less expensive to buy a pug cross than a purebreed pug. As mentioned above, it is essential that you find the right breeder to buy a pug cross dog from, although could be more costly.

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 by Sandra
Pugland Terrier

We have the most adorable pugland terrier puppy. She is so sweet, loving and lots of fun. She is extremely sociable and loves being with other dogs. Best decision we made. Can’t imagine not having her as part of the family.

 by derek

We bought a Pug x Staffy last Christmas and have to admit, not being a small dog person, he has got me wrapped around his little paws. Great personality although can be stubbon at times. strong build for small dog. Has older dog bluffed with his demenour. Love him so much looking at getting anoher one. Just have to get wifes approval.

 by Michelle
I love my Jug puppy

I have a 6 1/2 month old 3/4 Jug puppy, her mum was a Jug and her dad a full pug. She is a fantastic little dog. She is so loving and sweet, playful, loves everyone, energetic (more so than I expected) and funny. So personality wise she's an awesome little dog. Health wise, I feel like being a cross has made her breathing better than full pugs, but I couldn't tell you for sure. She still sneezes on me all the time (typical of a pug) and she snores every night, but her snout is slightly longer than a full pugs 🙂