Buy a Pug puppyWhen you have finally decided to adopt a Pug (please read about the Character of the Pug first, if you haven't decided yet), you'll have to know where to get one of those lovely dogs. If you feel that a mature Pug is the best fit for you, the best you can do is contact a Pug Rescue Center in your neighbourhood. Animal shelters or an approved breeder may be able to help you out also. If you really, really want to buy a Pug puppy, you will have to do some research first.
The first thing you will have to do, is avoid pet shops who sell puppies. A puppy from a shop is no good at all. Puppies need a warm place to grow up, the cold glass of a shopping window has no positive effect at all in the raising- and socialising process of a young dog.
Family homes or professional Pug breeders will -in most cases- be the best options.
Step two is deviding the good from the ugly. When you are searching for a Pug puppy, be careful around eBay and other 'Puppy for sale' auction-like ads. Legit breeders often don't need eBay to sell their litter. If you manage to find an address of a person who seems ok to you, please make sure that:
This list is not to discourage you, it is ment to help you get a good puppy. A puppy who will be able to live long enough without being sick all the time. If you are still not sure of where to buy your Pug, please visit other websites about Puppymills first, NoPuppymills.com is a good example.