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I am one hundred and ten behind The Wee Woman's reply and advice to you. There are far too many pugs being bred when rescues are overflowing all over especially in the united states, with beautiful pugs. There is a saying and I fully support this saying
'DONT SHOP ADOPT.........please remember never to buy a pug from a pet shop. ALL pet shops sell pugs which have come from a puppy mill. If you saw the conditions these poor sweet females, and their puppys are kept in, you really would stop and think twice. There is nothing wrong with breeding your pug once you fully vet the new owners and insist that they spay/neuter their pug once they come of age to do so.
The world of rescue needs people to think properly before they fuel the pockets of these puppy mill owners. Pugs deserve a better quality of life. I myself have a special needs pug who was rescued with a brain condition due to an ignorant breeder who refused to educate himself. If you must breed, please do so responsibly, and just the once.