The Pugshire is a small-sized dog prized nowadays for its companionship and its suitability for indoor living. Descended from two breeds with distinct physical features, the Pugshire can take after just one parent, or possess a mix of both breed characteristics.

The Pug is easily recognizable, with its flat face and shortened muzzle, its bulging eyes, and the wrinkled skin on its face. The body is compact but ideally well-balanced and sturdy. This makes the Pug a great playmate for children, who might overcome other, more daintily built dogs.

The Yorkshire Terrier is one of the smallest terrier breeds. Originally from England and bred for clearing barns and households of vermin, the Yorkie has come to be more known for its fine, shiny, silky coat that can be grown long, and usually comes in blue and tan.

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