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As for size. A lot of it is based on breed. Generally, toy breeds reach full growth around 9 months, small and medium breeds around 12-18 months, and giant breeds sometimes not until over 2 years old. Mixed breeds, like a puggle, are harder to guess accurately the adult size. Most likely she will be pretty close to full height by 8 months, but may continue gaining in muscle and filling out for another few months. Adult size will probably be under 40 lbs, but, since she is a mixed breed, that is harder to guess accurately.

When he's full-grown, the puggle puppy could end up a 15-pound lap dog or a 30-pound medium-sized dog.

As "designer dogs," not recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club, puggles don't breed true. That means when you cross a beagle with a pug, or two puggles, the resulting litter runs the gamut as far as size and appearance. Because both breeds have short hair, that's a safe bet as far as the grooming department. When he's full-grown, the puggle puppy could end up a 15-pound lap dog or a 30-pound medium-sized dog. You could purchase two puggle littermates who end up looking like entirely unrelated dogs.

How large will my Puggle get? - Dogster

View Full-Size Image. Puggle Sun-catcher/Ornament WW. Price per Unit (piece): $21.00, Number pieces in packaging:1. Number pieces in box:1. As for size. A lot of it is based on breed. Generally, toy breeds reach full growth around 9 months, small and medium breeds around 12-18 months, and giant breeds sometimes not until over 2 years old. Mixed breeds, like a puggle, are harder to guess accurately the adult size. Most likely she will be pretty close to full height by 8 months, but may continue gaining in muscle and filling out for another few months. Adult size will probably be under 40 lbs, but, since she is a mixed breed, that is harder to guess accurately.

I am 1 year old and weigh 22 lbs and am full grown

As "designer dogs," not recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club, puggles don't breed true. That means when you cross a beagle with a pug, or two puggles, the resulting litter runs the gamut as far as size and appearance. Because both breeds have short hair, that's a safe bet as far as the grooming department. When he's full-grown, the puggle puppy could end up a 15-pound lap dog or a 30-pound medium-sized dog. You could purchase two puggle littermates who end up looking like entirely unrelated dogs.

Puggle Breed Information - The Dog Training Club


Hi Jeff. :)

I think you're making the mistake a lot of dog owners make and that is by asking how "big" your dog will get referring to the weight, rather than the height.

The size of a dog is determined by its height at the withers. The withers are the upper part of the shoulder where the neck meets the back. Since Beagle is the larger of the two dogs in your mixed breed, your dog could get as tall as a Beagle. Most Beagles are between 13 and 15 inches at the withers but they can also be shorter or taller than their standard calls for.

Height-wise your dog will be fully grown around 1 year old. Many dogs go through a teenage phase between 1 and 2 years old, during which they begin to fill in to their adult weight.

However, even after that point, a dog can continue to gain weight. Both Pugs and Beagles can get up to 20lbs (in a healthy, lean dog), but they can also get quite a lot bigger if they're overfed.