The Pugwich is a cross between the Pug and the Norwich Terrier. Both parent breeds being favored indoor companions and family pets, the Pugwich is unsurprisingly a perfect addition to any home with its winning personality, cheerful disposition, and penchant for play.

Both the Pug and the Norwich Terrier are small-to-medium breeds that have a streak of independence and stubbornness, and yet are prized as companions that, once attached to their owners, are loyal, sensitive and affectionate.

The Pug originated in China, and depictions of ancient dynasties show this breed as favorite lap dogs. Small yet with a well-balanced, sturdy body, the Pug is one of the more distinctive dog breeds, due to its size, its bulging eyes above a flattened snout, and the wrinkly folds of skin on its face. This breed can suffer from a number of ailments, so careful testing and eventual care is needed.

The Norwich Terrier is an English breed that was originally for vermin-control and hunting, as well as indoor companionship. They don't thrive well in kennels or being away from their owners; constant human company keeps them happy. Intelligent and trainable, Norwich Terriers need regular activity and stimulation to keep them from getting bored and unhappy.

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