My beaitiful fawn girl Angel has welcomed her second and final litter of 5 beautiful fawn pug puppies. Angel had a perfect pregnancy and the puppies were born naturally at home with no issues.
There are 3 boys available. All are doing brilliantly and they are super cute, they are ready to go to their forever homes now.
The Dad is my friends peach Pug Vinny, he is 5th generation KC registered a handsome guy.... can be seen if wanted. Both Angel and Vinny are perfect pugs and neither have any health issues.
The puppies are self whelped and will come health checked, vaccinated and with a flea and worm treatment. They will also be microchipped.
The puppies are growing up in our family home with other dogs so are used to lots of cuddles and fuss.
Viewings can be arranged.
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