Are you in the market for a Pug and currently living in Michigan? Well, then you’ve come to the right place. We know that finding a reputable breeder with Pugs available can be a real challenge.
Pugs get snapped up in a flash, so you need to know where to look. We’re here to help you find Pugs for sale in Michigan. We’ve put together a list of top Pug Breeders in Michigan to help get your search started.
Pug Puppies For Sale: A List of Pug Breeders Located in Michigan
If you want to know more about how to choose and where to find reputable Pug breeders, you can read our guide about Pug breeders.
1. Casa Blanca Pugs
- Edwardsburg, MI
- Phone: 919-360-4101 or 919-360-9971
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://casablancapugs.com/
Casa Blanca Pugs is a member of the Pug Dog Club of America and an AKC breeder of merit. They focus on breeding quality and healthy AKC registered Pugs to the AKC Pug standard.
Their Pugs are shown in AKC Conformation and Performance events. Only those Pugs that will contribute to the betterment of the Pug breed are bred.
2. Exquisite Pugs
- Livonia, MI
- Phone: 734-308-7291
- Email: Exquisitepugs4@aol.com
Jessica DiPerna is a Pug Dog Club of America certified Pug breeder.
They are listed in the PDCA Breeder Directory which represents current PDCA members in good standing who have completed at least one AKC title on their Pug.
3. Loralar Pugs
- Grand Rapids, MI
- Phone: 616-340-9676
- Email: LoralarPugLuv@gmail.com or Loralar@earthlink.net
Laura Libner is a Pug Dog Club of America certified Pug breeder listed in the PDCA Breeder Directory.
Laura has been involved in showing, raising, and loving the Pug breed for the past six years. She currently has one Pug, Sadie, who is partway to finishing her championship and sometimes has puppies as well!
4. Lds Pug Palace
- Owosso, MI
- Phone: +1 989-472-6760
- Email: email@example.com
Lds Pug Palace is dedicated to raising and selling healthy Pug puppies. All their puppies are raised at home and interact with people and animals.
Puppies are sold with the first set of shots and are wormed 3-4 times before being homed. They come with a one-year health guarantee and AKC/CKC registration.
5. Whispering Pines Pets
- Fremont, MI
- Phone: +1 231-335-4722
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whispering Pines breed AKC registered puppies. Parents are OFA certified and all pups are born, raised, and socialized in the home.
The pups are fed all-natural puppy food and training treats. Pups go to their new homes with a health record of shots and deworming.
6. Roxie Hill Pugs
- Richland/ Plainwell, MI
- Phone: 269-615-8010
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://roxiehillpugs.com/
Roxie Hill Pugs are raised in a healthy and loving environment. Roxie Hill Pugs is named after the breeder’s very own Pug, Roxie.
They first started breeding back in 2005 and have a wealth of experience. Roxie Hill is staunchly against puppy mills.
They believe that breeding the perfect puppy is a long process, but they are dedicated to adhering to breed standards. Roxie Hill is proud to be an ethical breeder.
They are located in SouthWest Michigan but welcome visitors from across the U.S.
7. Snuggle Pugs
Snuggle Pugs is run by Gary and Joan Yerkie on their 20 acres of land just outside White Lake.
Gary and Joan have had Pugs for over 20 years and are committed members of the Pug Dog Club of America.
Gary and Joan travel around the Midwest to show their Pugs. In March 2011, AKC presented Joan with their “Breeder of Merit” award.
8. J-Dee Pugs West Branch, MI Phone: 989-345-3534 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Bio: Karen Dee Davidson runs J-Dee Pugs. She has had Pugs for about ten years. They are her companions and live in her home. She also shows and breeds her dogs occasionally. Her pups are sold to spay/neuter homes only. J-Dee Pugs also offers a stud service to approved bitches and is a member of the PDCA and the MMPC.
Note: Karen hasn’t bred Pugs anymore, please check other breeders in this list.
9. Marshall’s Historic Pugs
- Marshall, MI
- Phone: 517 366 1976
- Email: email@example.com
Marshall’s breeds AKC Bred Pugs for sale by a reputable breeding stock. They are located in the historic city of Marshall, Michigan, and serve all localities in and around the Marshall area.
What Makes Reputable Pug Breeders
Reputable Pug breeders aren’t in it just for the money. They love their dogs and show commitment to the betterment of the breed in everything they do.
But how can you spot reputable breeders when you start searching for a Pug puppy? Here are some tips to help you out.
A good breeder will…
1. Issue a health guarantee
Make sure that your breeder of choice offers a health guarantee. A reputable Pug breeder will write up a binding health guarantee for all of their puppies.
The guarantee protects you against any genetic defects or diseases. It shows that the breeder is confident that their puppies are bred according to best practices. In other words, they’ve got nothing to hide!
Responsible breeders also issue something known as a ‘return of puppy guarantee’. This means if you can no longer look after your pup for some reason, you will be expected to return the puppy to the breeder rather than taking them to a shelter.
2. Provide standard health clearances
Your breeder should have full health clearances for both parent Pugs.
Good breeders often provide some early health-check clearances for their pups too, although some health clearances simply cannot be carried on such young pups.
3. Issue a written bill of sale
Reputable breeders offer written bills of sale to all of their new Pug parents.
This bill of sale should be signed and will outline all the roles and responsibilities to be taken on by the buyer and seller as part of the transaction.
4. Vaccinate their puppies
All puppies should be up to date on their vaccinations before being homed with new families. Your breeder of choice should be able to provide evidence of these vaccinations.
5. Let you see the pups
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Reputable breeders welcome prospective parents into their homes to see the puppies. They’ve got nothing to hide.
Plus, they also want to check you out, and see if you’re going to be a responsible owner.
6. Follow age guidelines
Puppies should never leave the litter before 8 weeks of age. Any breeder offering pups for adoption before this time is not following best practices.
In fact, this could be quite damaging for the puppy developmentally. A reputable breeder will keep their pups at home until eight to twelve weeks so that they can be properly socialized and spend that crucial time with their mother and litter-mates.
7. Answer your questions
Last, but not least, a reputable breeder will be knowledgeable. They will welcome your questions (as long as they’re puppy-related) and have confident answers.
In most cases, they will also want to ask you plenty of questions to ensure that their precious pups are going to good homes.
How And Where To Find Pug Puppies For Sale
If you are wondering how and where to find the best Pug Puppies for sale, we’ve prepared a very detailed guide in another post, you will learn:
- how to find the best Pug breeders
- tips to identify a good Pug breeder
- and more
Check here to learn more about it.
How Do We Select The Pug Breeders in Michigan
Wondering how we go about selecting the best Pug Breeders?
We have a strict selection process that takes a variety of factors into account. That way we can ensure that only the best breeders end up on our lists.
1. Health testing/ clearances
We select breeders to carry out health testing and relevant health clearances on their dogs. This way we know that our chosen breeders offer genetically sound and healthy puppies.
Health testing shows a commitment to the health and wellbeing of each Pug. And that’s one of the most important traits to look out for in any breeding program.
2. Contact information
Any breeder that does not offer up their contact information is a big red flag.
A reputable breeder will make it easy for you to get in contact with them by providing telephone numbers, email addresses, and they will usually have a well-established website as well.
3. AKC listing
Registering with the American Kennel Club is a good sign in a breeder. It shows a commitment to breeding best practices.
However, it’s important to note that this alone does not guarantee the quality of a breeding program.
4. Event participation
Breeders who also compete in doggie events are often some of the best.
Why? Because these people tend to be dog lovers par excellence.
They live and breathe for their Pugs and are proud to show them off in public. They are also more likely to have a high level of breed knowledge – an excellent sign for a breeder.
5. Breed club membership
There are lots of breed clubs out there that breeders can register with. These clubs have rules, regulations, and membership fees.
If your breeder is registered with the Pug Dog Club of America, this is a great sign showing commitment to the Pug breed.
6. Recognition awards
Lastly, we look out for awards!
If a Pug breeder has won any accolades for their work with Pugs then that’s an A+ in our books.
Institutions like the AKC recognize the efforts and achievements of top breeders. The very best will be awarded the AKC recognition of merit award.
Bringing Home your Pug Puppy: Preparations and Tips
Once you’ve chosen your Pug puppy, you’ll have a short waiting period before you can bring them home.
During this time we recommend getting everything ready before your new arrival rattles through the front door. So, what should you do prior to your Pug’s homecoming?
1. Get all the essentials
You’ll need to go pre-puppy shopping before arrival day. Your puppy will need:
- a crate for sleeping and training during the early days
- quality puppy-grade food
- a leash and harness
- plenty of toys
You may also wish to purchase a puppy gate if there are areas of your home that you want to keep your Pug away from.
2. Puppy-proof your house
Speaking of puppy gates, you’ll also want to fully puppy-proof your home. This is all about making your home as safe as possible for your new arrival.
Make sure anything that could potentially cause harm to your pup is removed. You won’t want any medicines lying around, exposed electrical cords, detergents, chemicals, sharp or precarious objects.
3. Clear your schedule
Having a Pug puppy is a bit like having a human baby. It’s time-consuming. You’ll have so much to do once your puppy arrives.
So make sure to clear your schedule and get all of those errands done ahead of time!
Once they arrive…
4. Avoid crowds
Hold your excitement. You might want to show off your gorgeous puppy to the world, but to start off with you’ll want to provide a calm environment. That means no crowds.
Try to keep the home environment as stress-free as possible so that your puppy can settle in and start to feel part of the family.
5. Start training early
Almost as soon as the puppy arrives you’ll need to start some basic training.
Crate training is the first step. This will help them learn how to settle down in their ‘safe space’.
It’s worth starting house training too. Lay down a regular routine from the get to and your Pug will be good as gold in no time.
Pug Breeders in The Other States
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Or check the full list of Pug breeders in the US if you are looking for a complete guide.