This web site does not have or give out information about pug breeders, pugs for sale or pugs to breed.
Why is that?
Because, when I receive an e-mail asking for this information, I have no idea who is asking. 95% of those asking are good people but no, I don't want to hear your personal history, either.
I just don't give this information to complete strangers over the internet.
A pug is worth the search. It took a year-long hunt that ended unexpectedly before Tiberius came into our lives.
You might even call him a rescue. He comes from unknown circumstances, had three "homes" before we got him and most likely was born from the greed of an unscrupulous dog dealer.
We don't love him less for that; we probably love him even more for it.
I am very aware, without false modesty: Tiberius got very lucky when he met my daughter Meredith.
Meredith got Tiberius from someone who bought him in a pet store, then decided they couldn't keep him.
She'd been looking for a pug for a year. He was 9 weeks old and she hand-raised him.
A reputable breeder would not breed dogs with genetic problems, like Ty has with his eyes.
Nor would a reputable breeder place any pug for sale in a pet store.
To begin a search for reputable breeders, check the links on our Pug Facts flyer pgae.
Since you can't tell who you're dealing with either when you surf on-line, here's a list of clues that can indicate a profit-driven Dog Dealer, not a pug-conscious high quality Breeder.
See also: No Puppymills Canada
How to Spot an on-line Dog Dealer