Welcome to Pikes Peak Pugs

Pikes Peak Pugs (located near Woodland Park, CO) was formed to meet the overwhelming demand for pugs looking for a forever home. 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.

Be advised that
Pugs are like potato chips - you can't have just one!

Luna Blue (blue merle Bugg) has landed in heaven with another Pikes Peak Pug, Juno, at the home of Carli and Zack.

They went to Doggy Dive yesterday where they showed their love (or lack thereof) of the water.

Juno wondered what all the fuss was with the "wet stuff" while Luna could have been mistaken for a blue merle otter!

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We do not register any of our puppies but you will be provided with pictures of the parents or the parents will be on site to meet.

A $350 non-refundable deposit will be required to hold your pug puppy of choice. Deposits are not accepted until the puppy is between four and five weeks old and we do not keep waiting lists. We accept Paypal and major credit cards with a processing fee of 4%. If you wish to use this method for your deposit and/or final payment, let us know.

A four-week return guarantee and a one-year genetic health guarantee are provided with your new puppy. Each puppy will also come with a gift bag of goodies to include transition food, dish, collar, blanket, framed picture collage, and toys. Each puppy will have received two wormings and his/her first puppy shot with proof.

Thank you to our troops and their families for your many sacrifices. We here at Pikes Peak Pugs do not take our freedom for granted. We offer a $50 military discount to adopters. We also offer a repeat adopter discount of $50.

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Blue Ridge Pugs
If you are looking for pug puppies in
North Carolina, Tennessee, or Georgia
Photo Gallery of Pugs
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Baby Playing with Pugs
How to Keep Your Pug Healthy
History of the Pug

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