Pug Puppies For Sale in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Beyond
All of our puppies come with a four-week return guarantee and a one-year genetic health guarantee, two wormings and first puppy shot with proof.
These are the only puppies available for Christmas this year and they will be ready for pickup the 23rd through the 26th.
If you love pugs, you cannot help but love a monkey-faced look-a-like the Griffon!
The Brussels Griffon is a very old breed, being documented as far back as the 15th century in a painting by Jan Van Eyck, “The Marriage of Giovanni Arnolfini”. Developed in Belgium, it is thought that the breed’s ancestors were German rat dogs. Initially used as stable “ratters,” the Brussels Griffon became popular as guardians of the horse-drawn cabs. The breed found favor with the nobility, and this helped spread its popularity into England and other parts of the world.
The Brussels Griffon as we know it today was created from several breeds, including the Affenpinscher, Pug, and English Toy Spaniel. The Affenpinscher contributed the size and wiry coat texture, while the Toy Spaniel influence is seen in the large, expressive eyes, rounded head, and upturned underjaw. In the smooth-coated variety of the Brussels Griffon, the Pug influence is seen.
These crosses eventually created a small dog with great rat-hunting abilities and an almost human-looking face — the Brussels Griffon or, as they are called in Europe, the Griffon Bruxellois.
Over time, these cocky little dogs became popular as house pets for both noblemen and workers. By 1883, Belgian breeders created a standard for the breed — a written description of how the breed should look–and started entering them in dog shows. Marie Henriette, Belgium’s queen and a dog enthusiast, fell in love with the little Griffon Bruxellois and began breeding them and promoting them in Europe and abroad. In 1889, the Club du Griffon Bruxellois was formed in Brussels with the smooth-coated variety being called the Griffon Brabancon.
Both rough-coated and smooth-coated Brussels Griffon were exported to England in the early 1890s. In 1898, the breed was admitted to the English Stud Book, and clubs formed to develop the breed.
The Griffon found its way to the U.S and, in 1899, the first Brussels Griffons were registered with the American Kennel Club and were shown at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show. The American Kennel Club officially recognized the breed in 1900.
In the U.S., there are two types of Brussels Griffons: The rough-coated Griffon and the smooth-coated Griffon, called the Petit Brabancon. In the breed’s homeland of Belgium, there are three types: the Petit Brabancon (which is smooth-coated, as in the U.S.), the Brussels Griffon, which has a rough red coat, and the Belgian Griffon, which has a rough coat that can be any color other than red.
Brussels Griffons have remained a fairly rare breed, although they became trendy for a time in the late 1950s, and again in the late 1990s, after a Griffon upstaged Jack Nicholson in the movie As Good As It Gets.
Meet Mork & Mindy born on October 1, 2021
Mork, a black with tan smooth coat male Brussels Griffon (aka Petite Brabancon)
Mindy, a black rough coat female Brussels Griffon
Brandon, black and tan smooth coat male Griffon aka Petit Brabancon, on hold for
The West Family in Anderson, SC
Dixie and Aiken are the proud parents of Jack & Jill
Born November 9, 2021
Both are spoken for
Jack is a fawn male pug puppy and is on hold for
Amanda G in Canton, GA
Jill is a light fawn female pug puppy and is on hold for
Amanda G in Canton, GA
Both of these little dudes have been adopted
Hercules/Franky is a stone fawn male pug puppy and has been adopted by
Tiffany Richey in Jefferson, GA
Zeus/Dumol is a stone fawn male pug puppy and has been adopted by
Kevin & Randi Robinson in Canton, GA
Meet Bonnie & Clyde and Stormy
They have been added to the Blue Ridge Pugs breeding program
Ricky and Lucy have both been adopted
Ricky has been adopted by
The Hubbell Family in Marietta, GA
Lucy has been adopted by
Ame and Chris Cardelli in Aiken, SC
Important Notice from Dog Food Advisor
Dear Fellow Dog Lover,
Because you signed up on our website and asked to be notified, I’m sending you this recall alert.
Fromm Family Foods is recalling approximately 5500 cases of its canned dog food entrees because they may contain high levels of vitamin D.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, high levels of vitamin D can lead to kidney failure and death in dogs.
We are convenient to North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
We breed several colors to include apricot, fawn, black, silver, platinum, chinchilla, merle, and panda.
Did you know Blue Ridge Pugs is located in Robbinsville, NC and is only three hours from Atlanta, GA? Over 98% of our adopters come from Georgia!
Did you know Blue Ridge Pugs is located in Robbinsville, NC and is only two hours from Knoxville, TN!
Did you know Blue Ridge Pugs is located in Robbinsville, NC and is less than two hours from Asheville, NC and less than four hours from Charlotte, NC?
Just ask any pug and they will tell you
It’s all about the food!
Everyone knows the best way to extend the life of your pug is to make sure it is getting the best nutrition and SAFE dog food. After two days worth of research, we were amazed at how many dog foods have been recalled from time to time, including some of the higher priced foods. After reading about so many recalled products, we decided to look for the “short list” of products that have not been recalled. If you are interested in checking this list out, click on the below link.
To see more of our past puppies and adopters,
Ground Transportation Available
We are located in Robbinsville, NC. If you wish to have your pug puppy delivered, please let us know and we will work out the details. We are fortunate enough to have a very conscientious ground pet transporter.
How to Avoid Puppy Scammers
Puppy scammers are everywhere and some are getting quite proficient at stealing from the innocent, like children who save up hard-earned money to buy their dream puppy. Here are some things to look for:
Signs Of A Puppy Scam
|Adoption fees start at $1,850 for a fawn pug puppy and top out at $2,850 for a panda. 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; however, we are glad to put a “hold” on a puppy until that time. We accept cash, or Paypal and major credit cards with a processing fee of 4%. If you wish to use Paypal or a credit card, please 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, toys and a new puppy folder with helpful information on training, when to spay or neuter, housebreaking tips, etc. Each puppy will have received age appropriate wormings and puppy shots with proof. Puppies do not go to their new home until they are at least eight weeks old. 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. We welcome visits to see our facility. We would like to extend a special Thank You to our troops and their families for your many sacrifices. We here at do not take our freedom for granted. We offer a $100 military discount to adopters. We also offer a repeat adopter discount of $100.|