Welcome to Pikes Peak Pugs&
Other Mugs To Hug
PUG LOVERS WARNING - be advised that
pugs are like potato chips -
you can't have just one!
The new and improved Pikes
Peak Pugs & Other Mugs to Hug was formed to meet the overwhelming demand for
pugs and other mugs to hug. Our objective is to ensure each and every
puppy or adult dog in our program is
kept and cared for as a family member in a humane manner and given appropriate
shelter and medical care for the duration of its life.
Future Pikes Peak Pugs litters will bless us with black, silver brindle, apricot, and fawn
puppies. Because notification lists are no longer maintained, keep
your eyes on the website and let us know when you see a puppy you are interested
in. We are expecting puppies the end of March.
If interested in any of our
puppies or adults up for adoption, complete the
Pug Contact Information
Form. You should be contacted
within 12 hours of your inquiry. NOTE:
If you do not receive a response within 12 hours, check your spam filter. You
can call seven one nine three zero six 5500 if you would like to speak with
someone and thank you for your interest in Pikes Peak Pugs.
Adopted by Gina
Adopted by Victor
Adopted by Kevin
OLDE BOSTON BULLDOGGES
We will be breeding for OBB puppies the end
Umbra at 4 months
A waiting list will be maintained for OBB's so let us know if
you are interested in a future puppy by completing the
Read all about this unique breed here:
"The Olde Boston Bulldogge is the original Boston
Bulldog. This breed is of the original type and form that
is documented by many old historic photos. This breed was
once known as the round-headed Bull and Terrier of the Boston
area. The Olde Boston Bulldogge is the breed from which the
Boston Terrier was developed, therefore the early history of the
Olde Boston Bulldogge is the same as for the Boston Terrier.
The Olde Boston Bulldogge is a separate and distinct
breed from today's Boston Terrier.
Much of the credit for preserving and re-establishing
this rare breed should be given to the late Mr. Neil Rutan and
Again, if this breed is a "separate and distinct breed"
then why is it not a recognized breed? Why is it considered a
"rare" breed if it's been around since the creation of the
Boston Terrier? The interesting part is they reference a few
pictures. They claim this dog is "Outstanding example of the
original type of Olde Boston Bulldogge predating today's Boston
Terrier." That's interesting considering that this dog is CH.
Captain Kinsman. A champion Boston Terrier....
picture referenced is of Helen Keller...
states "Helen Keller in the year 1904 and her Olde Boston
Bulldogge". It's a fact that Helen Keller owned a variety
of dogs. In fact, the first Akita brought into this country was
owned by Helen Keller. However, there is much dispute over which
breed of dog is shown in this picture. His name was Phiz and
some people believe him to be either a Boston Terrier or an
American Pit Bull Terrier. It's hard to tell...
picture was taken in the early 1900's. Helen went to college in
Massachusetts and considering the Boston Terrier originated in
Massachusetts, it's very well possible that Phiz is a Boston
Terrier. One thing is for sure, Phiz is never referred to as an
Olde Boston Bulldogge anywhere
on the IOEBA
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This is the general description of the Olde Boston Bulldogge...
"General Description : The perfect Olde Boston
Bulldogge should be of small to medium height and size (not toy
sized) with a round compact head and a solid, muscular and
athletic body. The disposition should be outgoing, loyal, lively
and intelligent. The temperament is to be very stable and
trustworthy. Olde Boston Bulldogge are a healthy working
dog without serious health problems. Unlike their Boston
Terrier cousins males should be free breeders and females should
be free whelpers. The Olde Boston Bulldogge should be
devoid of all breathing problems. Most importantly
the Olde Boston Bulldogge is still a working Bulldog and as the
Bulldogges of Olde, function should come before form."
"Olde Boston Bulldogges are a healthy working dog
without serious health problems."
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