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PUG PRICE IN INDIA

AVERAGE PRICE IN INDIA (BASIC)

15,000 to 25,000

BREED NAME

Pug

HEIGHT

10-14 Inches

WEIGHT

06-09 Kilograms

COMMON COAT COLORS

Black

Fawn

LIFE-SPAN

12-15 Years

LITTER SIZE

2-4 Puppies (approx.)

HYPOALLERGENIC

No

Pugs are extremely popular dogs who are adored and appreciated for their cuteness and sweet size all around the world. These are highly recognizable canines that hail from China and they are well known for their gentle, outgoing and friendly personality. These dogs are also very lazy in nature and because they are fairly easy to maintain and they remain kind and affectionate with almost everybody, Pugs are considered to be excellent family dogs.

Pugs are tremendously popular in India as well and there are tons of reasons for that. These dogs are fairly easy to raise and maintain. They get along really well with others and have a calm and composed demeanour. Also, they are pretty easy on the pocket as well as their monthly maintenance cost is just around ₹2,000 to ₹3,000. And all these factors help in making these dogs a great option for most potential dog-parents in the country.

Given below is the average price list of the Pug puppies which are available in India in various variations.

  • Pug Puppy price (Basic): ₹15,000 to ₹25,000
  • Pug Puppy price (KCI registered): ₹25,000 to ₹30,000
  • Pug Puppy price (Show Quality): ₹30,000 to ₹50,000


Now, if you just want to get a Pug from a breeder then it is very important that you get it from a reliable breeder. Most breeders in India are just looking to increase their profits and they do not give the quality of the dog that much importance. But, in the long run, the better the quality of a pooch when you bring it home for the first time, better will be its health and fitness during its life-span. And, to ensure that, the best way is to get your puppy/dog from a trusted source. A good breeder will help you in finding the best breed that fits you. And, in this case, a reputed breeder will provide you with the best advice and information regarding a Pug so that you can take care of your pooch accordingly. Hence, rather than worrying or focusing on Pug dog price in India, you should focus on getting it from a dependable breeder.

Pugs for Adoption

As thousands of dogs and puppies are in need of a new home, you should opt for adopting these pooches instead of buying them from a breeder. We at Tailsbuddy are strong supporters of adoption of dogs and you can easily adopt one from your nearest shelter home or adoption center. You will be able to find your desired dog or a breed like Pug at these shelter homes quite easily but if you want any help regarding that, then you can contact or WhatsApp us on +91 9555566321 and we'll connect you to the best adoption centers as soon as possible.

Also, we’ll not leave you hanging once you get your desired bundle of joy, if you have any queries in the future and you want any kind of tips and guidance on how to properly raise a pooch, then we’ll be happy to help you out in that regard as well. Just message us on Whatsapp saying “Hi, I want to become a pet parent” on +91 9555566321 and we’ll guide you at every step and make this process way simpler and easier for you.

Factors Affecting the Pug dog Price in India

Now there are various factors that can affect the original Pug price in India. These factors are as follows:

Type

There are three different price categories for a Pug dog (in India): Basic, KCI Registered and Show Quality.

  • Basic category includes all those dogs and puppies that are not registered to any kennel club including KCI. A basic Pug puppy can cost anywhere around ₹15,000.
  • KCI is short for Kennel Club of India and if a dog belongs to KCI Registered category, then it means you will get a canine whose quality is up to the mark. You will also be able to participate in KCI dog shows if your pooch is registered and also you will get a KCI registration certificate.
  • A Show Quality dog means that the canine is closest to the ideal as mentioned in the Breed Standards. If you are not planning to participate in dog shows with your pooch, then it does not matter all that much whether you buy a Show Quality dog or a normal Pet Quality one.

Physical Attributes and Characteristics

Pugs are generally categorized on the basis of the different coat colors that they are found in. And depending on the rarity of color, the Pug dog price can vary in the country. The most common and easily available colors of a Pug are Black and Fawn, hence price of such pug puppies and dogs should be lower than those canines whose coat colors are fairly uncommon. In India, Apricot and Silver Fawn Pugs are fairly hard to find, hence they are mostly priced a lot higher than the Black or Fawn Pugs.

Age & Gender

Usually, Puppies and younger dogs are sold at a much higher price than the old or mature canines. And this is the same case with the Pugs, as the cost of a fully grown Pug is normally a lot less than a Pug Puppy. Also, some breeders are known to sell male Pugs for a bit more than the female Pugs.

Pure or Mix Breed

The cost of a purebred Pug is higher than the mixed-breed as there are lesser chances for a purebred puppy to develop hereditary health problems as compared to the one that is mixed-breed.

Availability and Location

Availability of a dog also affects its overall price in a region greatly. As Pugs are usually very easily available in most parts of India, their price is fairly lower than those breeds who are not that easily available and are considered to be a bit rare. Also, location again plays an important part in determining the price of a dog. If you are getting a puppy/dog from a location near to you, then its price should be lower than the dog that you'll be getting from far away (from a different state or city).

Reputed Breeder

The Reputation and popularity of a Breeder can also affect the price of a dog. Getting a puppy from a well-renowned breeder usually cost more than getting it from a not-so-popular breeder.

Miscellaneous Factors

  • Champion Bloodline: If a dog belongs to a champion bloodline, meaning any of its predecessors (forefathers) were given the title of Champion in an official dog event, then its price can also go fairly high.
  • Microchip: The price of a dog can also increase if it has been microchipped by the KCI. The extremely small pet microchip helps in providing a permanent ID for your pet.

Read some information regarding Pugs and see if it’s a right fit for you or not-

Pugs are easily recognized by their famous black muzzle, wrinkly forehead, short legs, and cute and compact structure. They love human companionship and are quite cheerful and jolly in nature. But they also like to sit quietly beside their parents and are happy to be around them for long periods of time. They are fairly loyal to their loved ones and they only need the attention of their close ones in return. The section below will certainly help you in deciding whether this Chinese breed is right for you or not.

Reasons that might make a Pug suitable for you:

  • Pugs are highly adjustable and adaptable dogs. They are well suited for apartment lifestyle and are happy to stay inside the house at their resting place.
  • Pugs are known to be very affectionate dogs. They live happily with their housemates, are always excited to meet new people and mix well with other animals including other canines and cats.
  • Their grooming requirements are minimal.
  • The exercise requirements of this breed are also fairly average.
  • Pugs are highly kid-friendly pooches and they are fond of playing numerous games with children of all ages.
  • This breed is easily recommendable to a novice dog parent.

Reasons that might make a Pug ill-suited for you:

  • Pugs prefer a moderate temperature and thrive better in places with pleasant weather conditions. They struggle in very hot climatic conditions and thus if you are planning to bring home a Pug, then you need to provide extra care and attention to it, whenever the temperature outside the house reaches pretty high values (above 40°C)
  • They sometimes can be a little bit stubborn while getting trained.
  • The general health of this breed is pretty average and they are prone to quite a few health-related problems during their lifetime. But, the chances of them suffering from a disease reduces enormously if they are being given proper care, nutrition, and exercise.