People looking to adopt pug puppies should work with reputable rescue organizations. They need to be prepared for possible health problems, especially if the puppies came from an irresponsible breeder or puppy mill.
One of the easiest ways to find adoptable pugs is to search for them on pet adoption websites, such as Petfinder.com. People can also find them at their local municipal shelters, but pug puppies may have a number of interested adopters.
House-training pugs can be difficult, so new owners must begin working on it immediately and be patient. Early training and socialization is also a good idea particularly because pugs can be standoffish with strangers. Pugs often have high grooming requirements, so new owners need to start early to acclimate their puppies to brushing, nail trimming and tooth brushing.