Procedure

1. You want a puppy

2. You visit our website, see all puppies available and click on “BUY NOW " button against the puppy you are interested in or click on the “CONTACT” button Where you will be directed to a page indicated which information is required to be submitted.

3. Once we receive your inquiry, we will contact you within 24 hours Max. Once you respond to our email with answers to the questions asked and we find you suitable to adopt our puppy, we will forward you the payment informations to confirm payment.

4. Once you confirm payment we will start processing all required paperwork, have our license veterinarian perform last minute routine checkup on your puppy and then book a flight the next morning.

5. Once we book the flight, the agency will email you with all flight details( date and time of departure and arrival as well as all info you will require to pickup the puppy upon arrival).

6. Within 24 hours of takeoff, our staff will place a follow-up call to confirm that your pet arrived safely and that you have taken possession of your pet and everything is fine.

7. As a matter of routine, Don't forget to take your puppy to your veterinarian for the regular arrival-health-check-up within 48 hours of arrival.

         Pug puppies come with a unique set of needs. Puppies in general require more care than an adult dog. Before embarking on your journey to find a pug puppy, consider whether you can accommodate one at the moment. Make sure you have time for a puppy.

          Deciding you want to purchase a pug puppy is exciting. However, you want to make sure you find the right puppy for you. Make sure you seek out reputable breeders so your puppy does not come with any health problems. Visit our amazing website and choose the one that suits your needs. Ask us questions about the puppy's current health and pedigree and any other inquiry you may have. Before bringing your new friend home, make sure your house is puppy proofed.
                       Make sure a Pug puppy is right for you.
          Puppies need extra feeding, as well socialization and training. If you have a very busy schedule, you may want to wait for things to settle down before getting a puppy.Pugs, as a pet, require some maintenance. The folds in their faces need regular cleaning, and they're also prone to a great deal of shedding. Make sure you can live with frequent grooming, and accept the fact your house will never quite be hair-free.


        Familiarize yourself with potential future health problems.
             Like all breeds, pugs are prone to certain health problems. While a good breeder is adept at breeding out such problems, there are certain problems that are hard to breed out. These are usually simply due to how a pug is built. Learn the risks associated with pugs and make sure you're prepared to deal with them down the road.

      All pugs, regardless of breeding, are prone to eye problems. Pug's distinctive, bulging eyes expose a large area of their corneas, which puts their eyes at risk of drying out or forming ulcers. You may have to deal with frequent vet visits to deal with eye issues.
        Pugs are very prone to overheating because their flattened faces makes it hard for them to breathe. This problem can be even worse in hot weather, and overheating can cause serious health issues for a pug.
          Behaviorally, pugs are a more social breed. They are more prone to separation anxiety issues than other breeds. If you're gone a lot, a pug may not be the right dog for you.

                           Avoid bad breeders and puppy mills. 

              When searching for a breeder, there are a few places to scratch off your list right away. Puppy mills and very obviously bad breeders should be avoided. You're more likely to get a pug with existing health problems, or the risk of developing health problems down the road.

          In general, do not trust a Puppy Mill who simply sells dogs online from any given buyer. A breeder who does not ask any questions is probably not a good breeder. Responsible breeders want to make sure their dogs go to good homes.

          Puppy mills sometimes sell puppies to pet stores, so avoid buying a pug from a pet store. Puppy mills may also sell pugs online. If you can simply look at a picture of a puppy and purchase it, this is probably a puppy mill. Contact us for more info.
          Choosing the Right Puppy
          Ask US the right questionsWhen you select a breeder like us to meet up with, make sure to ask a variety of questions. You want to make sure our puppies are a good match for you and your home. You also want to make sure the breeder is responsible and that the puppies are in good health.

          Meet the dog's parents. Interacting with a dog's mother and father can give you a sense of your puppy's future temperament.

          About the breeder's credentials. Ask how long they've been breeding pugs. A more experienced breeder is more likely to produce healthier puppies.

          About the puppy's parents. Make sure the parents do not have any inheritable diseases. Ask if you can see the health certificates for the parents on request.

          You should also ask about what treatment the puppies have received. Have they been vaccinated or de-wormed? Have they been spayed or neutered yet?

            Check your puppy's eyes, breathing, and gait. 
            When you get a chance to interact with the puppies after they are delivered to your home, look closely at the puppy's you or before you pick them up. Pugs are prone to certain abnormalities. You can detect a potential issue by examining the dog's eyes, as well as how it breathes and moves.

            The eyes should not have any obvious problems. Watery eyes, squinted eyes, or glazed over eyes are signs of poor health.

            Hold the puppy close to you to hear it breathe. Raspy, labored breathing is generally a bad sign. Watch the puppy moving and at rest. It's not uncommon for pugs to breath through their mouths when running around. However, a resting puppy should be able to comfortably breath through its nose.

            There should be no signs of limping or an uneven gain if the puppies are old enough to walk. If you notice a puppy walking funny, listen for a clicking noise from the hips. This indicates the dog may develop hip problems later in life.
                    Select the pug with the right temperament. 
              As you interact with the puppies, aim for one with a good temperament. You want a puppy that's not too shy, but also one that's not overly rambunctious.


              Select a puppy that's friendly, but relatively relaxed. You want a puppy that allows you to pick it up without squirming. A very aggressive or very standoffish puppy can be a problem.
                Once you've selected two or three pugs you like, request one-on-one time with them. You want a puppy that is friendly away from its litter. A friendly puppy will wag its tail, allow you to pet it, and look at you when you talk. Our Experts would be there to assist you get the best puppy even if you are buying online, we are open throughout the week from 08 AM to 08 PM, feel free to contact us anytime at your convenience.