Pug-Zu
 
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 The mixed breed pug-zu is a cross between a purebred pug and a purebred Shih Tzu. When mixing purebred dogs, it is impossible to determine how much of each breed the resulting puppy has in it, according to the Dog Breed Info Center. While some pug-tzu may be an equal mix of pug and Shih Tzu, this is not always the case. The way to determine the possible appearance, size and temperament of a mixed breed dog such as the pug-zu is to look at each breed in the mix as any number of traits could carry into the puppy.
Pugs are recognizable from their large, squashed black faces, their heavy set appearance and their tightly curled tails. Pugs come in two colors--fawn or black. Shih Tzus are long-haired dogs, with a thick double coat and a long tail curled over the back. This dog's coat is so long that it is often necessary to tie its hair over its head to enable it to see. The American Kennel Club allows all coat colors in Shih Tzus.
Both the pug and the Shih Tzu belong to the American Kennel Club's toy group, so it is likely that a pug-zu would be a smaller dog.
The pug-zu could have any personality traits of the pug and the Shih Tzu. The pug is a playful, charming, outgoing, loving, stable and even-tempered breed, according to the American Kennel Club. The Shih Tzu is a lively, happy, affectionate, trusting and outgoing dog. Both breeds require minimal exercise and are often popular choices for apartment dogs.  


Pug-Zu Male

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